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CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1911-1912 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 



Baltimore, Maryland 

Published bt the University 

Issued Monthly from October to July 

October, 1911 



[New Series, 1911, No. 8] 
[Whole Number, 238] 



Entered, October 21, 1903, at Baltimore, Md., as second class matter, under 
Act of Congress of July 16, 1894. 



THE 



JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1911-1912 



BALTIMORE 

The Johns Hopkins Press 

1911 



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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar 6, 7 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University 8 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 8 

Faculty 9 

Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty 26 

Board of Medical Studies 26 

Standing Committees of the Faculty 26 

Other Officers 27 

Medical Staff of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary 28 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 33 

Medical Staff of the City Detention Hospital for the Insane, Bay 

View 33 

Catalogue and Announcement of the Courses of Instruction 
for Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

and for Graduates in Medicine 35 

List of Candidates for the Degree of M. D 37 

List of Physicians Attending Graduating Courses 58 

Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolled and their Places 

of Graduation 62 

List of Doctors of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University . . 65 
Places of Residence of Graduates in Medicine of the Johns 

Hopkins University 100 

General Statement Ill 

Requirements for Admission 112 

Admission to Advanced Standing 114 

General Plan of Instruction 115 

Clinical Opportunities 119 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 121 

Medical Attention to Students 122 

Microscopes 123 

Registration 123 

Libraries 124 

Medical Societies 125 

Graduate Instruction 125 

Publications 125 



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Departments of Instruction 126 

Anatomy, Histology and Miscroscopic Anatomy 126 

Gross Anatomy {for Graduates) 126 

Physiology 128 

Physiology, Elementary and Advanced {for Graduates) 130 

Physiological Chemistry 130 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary and Advanced {for 

Graduates) 132 

Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Practical Therapeutics 132 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics {for Graduates). 134 

Pathology and Bacteriology 134 

Experimental Pathology 136 

Pathology, Elementary {for Graduates) 137 

Hygiene {for Graduates) 137 

Medicine (including work in the Clinical Laboratories) 138 

Medicine, Elementary and Advanced {for Graduates) 145 

Medicine, Special Course {for Graduates) 146 

Surgery 149 

Surgical Pathology {for Graduates) 151 

Orthopedic Surgery {for Graduates) 151 

Gen i to -Urinary Surgery {for Graduates) 151 

X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics {for Graduates) 152 

Obstetrics 152 

Obstetrics, Advanced {for Graduates) 154 

Gynecology 154 

Gynecological Pathology, Elementary {for Graduates) 155 

Cystoscopy {for Graduates) 156 

Dermatology 157 

Dermatology {for Graduates) 157 

Diseases of Children 158 

Diseases of Children {for Graduates) 158 

Diseases of Nervous System 159 

Genito-Urinary Diseases 159 

Laryngology and Rhinology 160 

Ophthalmology and Otology 161 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy {for 

Graduates) 162 

Psychiatry 162 

Orthopedic Surgery 163 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 163 

Hygiene 166 

Medical Zoology 167 

Legal Medicine 167 

Hi tory and Literature of Medicine 168 

Bpecial Lectures 168 

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Schedule of Courses as Arranged for the Session of 1911-1912 169 

Annual Examinations 178 

Hospital Appointments 179 

Requirements for Graduation 180 

Charges for Tuition 180 

Appendix 182 

Endowment 182 

The Women's Medical School Fund 183 

The Mary Elizabeth Garrett Fund 185 

The Requirements for Admission, approved by the Medical 

Faculty, February 4, 1893 187 

The Baxley Medical Professorship 188 

The Herter Lectureship 188 

The Endowment of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 189 

The Endowment of the Clinical Laboratory 190 

The Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 190 

Phipps Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis '. . 190 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 191 

The Harriet Lane Johnson Home for Invalid Children 191 

The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholarship 191 

Hopkins Scholarships 192 

Publications of the Instructors and Graduates of the Johns 

Hopkins Medical School 193 

Alphabetical Index of Names 223 

Index 234 



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1911. 

October 3 (Tuesday) — Instruction begins. Nineteenth academic 
year. 

November 30 (Thursday) — Thanksgiving Day. All classes sus- 
pended. 

December 4 (Monday) — Instruction resumed. 

December 23 (Saturday evening) — The Christmas Recess begins. 

1912 

January 2 (Tuesday) — Instruction resumed. 

February 22 (Thursday) — Commemoration Day. All classes 
suspended. Public exercises at 11 o'clock. 

April 4 (Thursday) — The Easter Recess begins. 

April 11 (Thursday) — Instruction resumed. 

May 1 (Wednesday) — Last day of application for the Hopkins 
Scholarships offered to medical students from North 
Carolina and Virginia. 

June 11 (Tuesday) — Commencement Day. Public exercises at 
4 o'clock. 

September 27 (Friday) — Candidates for admission will as- 
semble in the auditorium of the Physiological building 
(East Monument and Washington streets), at 10 a. m. 

October 1 (Tuesday) — Instruction resumed. Twentieth academic 
year. 



The Treasurer's office is at 712 N. Howard street, and is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 

The office of the Registrar of the Medical Department is in the 
Physiological building, near the corner of East Monument and 
Washington streets, and is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

For catalogue and general information, address the Registrar 
of the Medical Department, The Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



TRUSTEES 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

R. Brent Keyser 
President 
Eugene Levering Miles White, Jr. 

Bernard N. Baker William H. Buckler 

Francis M. Jencks Thomas J. Morris 

Theodore Marburg B. Howell Griswold, Jr. 

Blanchard Randall John Glenn, Jr. 

Henry D. Harlan 

The President of the University, ex officio 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

Henry D. Harlan Henry M. Hurd, M. D. 

President Secretary 

William H. Grafflin Blanchard Randall 

William A. Marburg Robert K. Waring 

George Cator George K. McGaw 

John M. Glenn Richard J. White 

R. Brent Keyser Henry Phipps 
Henry Barton Jacobs, M. D. 



FACULTY 



The names are arranged in the several groups in the order of appointment. 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 

IRA REMSEN, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 
B. N. Baker Professor of Chemistry. 

A. B., College of the City of New York, 1865 ; M. D., Columbia University (Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1867; Ph. D., University of G5ttin- 
gen, 1870; LL. D., Columbia University, 1893, Princeton University, 1896. 
Yale University, 1901, University of Toronto, 1902, Harvard University, 1909, 
Pennsylvania College, 1910 ; D. C. L., University of the South, 1907 ; Profes- 
sor of Chemistry in Williams College, 1872-76, and previously Assistant in 
Chemistry in the University of Tubingen ; Foreign Member, Chemical Society of 
London ; Honorary Member, Chemical Society of France ; Secretary of the 
Academic Council, 1887-1901; Director of the Chemical Laboratory, 1876-1908; 
President of the National Academy of Sciences ; Medalist of the Society of 
Chemical Industry, 1904; and President, 1909-10; Editor of the American Chemi- 
cal Journal. 

214 W. Monument St. 

PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM H. WELCH, M. D., LL. D. 
Baxley Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1870; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1875; M. D. (Hon.), University of Pennsylvania, 
1894; LL. D., Western Reserve University, 1894, Yale University, 1896, Har- 
vard University, 1900, University of Toronto, 1903, Columbia University, 1904, 
Jefferson Medical College, 1907, and Princeton University, 1910 ; Professor of 
Pathological Anatomy and General Pathology in the Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, N. Y., 1879-84; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1889-98; Member of the 
National Academy of Sciences ; President of the Board of Directors of the 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research ; President of the American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science, 1906 ; President of the American Medical 
Association ; Pathologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

807 St. Paul St 

WILLIAM OSLER, M. D., LL. D., D. C. L, F. R. S. 

Honorary Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine 

M. D., McGill University, 1872; LL. D., McGill, 1895, Aberdeen, 1898, Toronto, 
1899, Yale, 1901, Harvard, 1904, Johns Hopkins, 1905; D. C. L., Edinburgh, 
1898, and Trinity (Toronto), 1902; M. D. (Hon.), Oxford, 1905; Fellow of 
the Royal Society of London ; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Lon- 
don ; Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, McGill University, 1874-84 ; Pro- 
fessor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1884-89 ; Dean of the 
Medical Faculty, 1898-99 ; Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1905; Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1889-1905; Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. 

Oxford, England 

HENRY M. HURD, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1863, M. D., 1866, A. M., 1870, and LL. D., 
1895 ; Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1906 ; Super- 
intendent of the Eastern Michigan Hospital, 1878-89 ; Superintendent of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin and of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 18S9-1911 ; Editor of the 
American Journal of Insanity; Secretary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1023 St. Paul St. 



♦Corrected to September 1, 1911. 



10 Medical Department [734 

HOWARD A. KELLY, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. S. 
Professor of Gynecology 

A B , University of Pennsylvania, 1877, and M. D., 1882, LL. D., University of 
Aberdeen, and Washington and Lee University, 1906, University of Pennsylvania, 
1907; Associate Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania, 1888-89; 
Professor of Gynecological Surgery in the Johns Hopkins University, 1889-99; 
Honorary Member, Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh ; Associate Foreign 
Member, Society of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics, and Chirurgical 
Society Paris; Corresponding Member, Obstetrical Society, Leipzig; Fellow, 
British Gynecological Society; Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh Obstetrical Society; 
Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh; Glasgow Obstetrical and Gynecological 
Society, Royal Academy of Medicine (Ireland) ; Hon. Member, Italian Society 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome ; Gynecologist in Chief to the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 1406 Eutaw Place 

WILLIAM S. HALSTED, M. D., D. Sc., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. S. 
Professor of Surgery 

A. B, Yale University, 1874; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1877; LL. D., Yale University, 1904; Edinburgh, 1905; 
D. Sc, Columbia University, 1904; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons, 
England, 1900, and Edinburgh, 1905 ; formerly Attending Surgeon to the Pres- 
byterian and Bellevue Hospitals, Chief Surgeon to the Roosevelt Hospital Dis- 
pensary, Associate Attending Surgeon to Roosevelt Hospital, and Surgeon in 
Chief to the Emigrant Hospital, New York; Surgeon in Chief to the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 1201 Eutaw Place 

FRANKLIN P. MALL, M. D., Sc D., LL. D. 
Professor of Anatomy 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1883, A. M., (Hon.), 1900, and Sc. D., 1908; 
LL. D., University of Wisconsin, 1904; Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1886- 
88, and Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, 1888-89 ; Adjunct Professor 
of Vertebrate Anatomy, Clark University, 1889-92 ; Professor of Anatomy, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1892-93 ; Member of the National Academy of Sciences ; 
Co-editor of the American Journal of Anatomy and of the Journal of Morphology. 

1514 Bolton St. 

JOHN J. ABEL, M. D. 
Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. B., University of Michigan, 1883, and A. M. (Hon.), 1903; M. D., Univer- 
sity of Strassburg, 1888 ; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1891-93; Hon. Member Philadelphia College of Pharmacy; 
Corresponding Member K. K. Gesellschaft der Aerzte, Vienna; Editor of the 
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 

Charles St. Av. (P. O. Sta. L). 

WILLIAM H. HOWELL, Ph. D., M. D., Sc D., LL. D. 

Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1881, Fellow, 1882-84, and Ph. D., 1884; LL. 
D., Trinity College, (Conn.), 1901; Sc. D., Yale University, 1911; Assistant 
in Biology, 1884-85, Associate, 1885-88, and Associate Professor, 1888-89; 
M. D. (Hon.), University of Michigan, 1890, and Lecturer and Professor of 
Physiology and Histology, University of Michigan, 1889-92 ; Associate Professor 
of Physiology, Harvard University, 1892-93 ; Member of the National Academy of 
Sciences ; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1899-1911 ; Associate Editor of the 
American Journal of Physiology. opo W Lanvale St 

J. WHITRIDGE WILLIAMS, M. D., D. Sc. 
Professor of Obstetrics and Dean 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1886; M. D., University of Maryland, 1888 and 
D. Sc. (Hon.), 1907; Associate in Obstetrics, 1893-96, and Associate Professor, 
1896 99 ; Gynecologist, Union Protestant Infirmary ; Director of the Johns Hop- 
kins Dispensary, 1907-1910; Obstetrician in Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1128 Cathedral St. 



735] Faculty 11 

LEWELLYS F. BARKER, M. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890, and M. D. (Hon.), 1905; LL. D., Queen's 
University, 1908, and McGill University, 1911 ; House Officer, Toronto General 
Hospital, 1890-91 ; Assistant Physician, Assistant Resident Pathologist, and 
Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1900 ; Fellow in 
Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1892-94, Associate in Anatomy, 1894-97, 
Associate Professor of Anatomy, 1897-90, and Associate Professor of Pathology, 
1899-1900; Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy, University of 
Chicago, 1900-04, and Professor of Medicine, Rush Medical College, 1904-05; 
Physician in Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1035 N. Calvert St. 

WILLIAM S. THAYER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1885, and M. D., 1889; LL. D., Washington College, 
1907 ; Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-98, Associate and 
Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1905 ; 
Associate in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1905 ; Head of the 
Medical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 1898-1905; Associate Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

406 Cathedral St. 

WALTER JONES, Ph. D. 
Professor of Physiological Chemistry 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, and Ph. D., 1891 ; Professor of Natural 
Science, Wittenberg College, 1891-92; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Pur- 
due University, 1892-95 ; Assistant in Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-99 ; Associate, 1899-1901 ; Associate Professor, 
1901-1908. 

2621 St. Paul St. 

ADOLF MEYER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Psychiatry 

Ztirich Gymnasium; M. D., University of Zurich, 1892; LL. D., University of 
Glasgow, 1901, and Clark University, 1909; Honorary Fellow and Docent in 
Neurology, University of Chicago, 1892-95 ; Pathologist and Director of Clinical 
Laboratory Work, Worcester (Mass.) Hospital for the Insane, and Docent in 
Psychiatry, Clark University, 1895-1902; Director of the Pathological (Psy- 
chiatric) Institute, New York State Hospitals, Ward's Island, 1902-1910; 
Professor of Psycho-Pathology, Cornell University, 1904-1909. 

1012 N. Calvert St. 



CLINICAL PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM D. BOOKER, M. D. 
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1807; Visiting Physician, St. Agnes Hospital, 1894- 
95; Physician in charge of the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium, Baltimore, 1881-98; 
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1909 ; Associate 
in Pediatrics, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary, 1889-1909. 

208 W. Monument St. 

JOHN N. MACKENZIE, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1876, and New York University, 1877; Correspond- 
ing Fellow of the Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Association of 
Great Britain ; Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Academy of Medicine ; Corre- 
sponding Member of the Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society of 
France ; Laryngologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

879 Park Av. 



12 Medical Department [730 

SAMUEL THEOBALD, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1867 ; Surgeon to the Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hospital ; Oculist and Aurist to the Home for Incurables ; 
Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

970 N. Howard St. 

HENRY M. THOMAS, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884; A. M., (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902 ; Neurologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

1228 Madison Av. 

J. WILLIAMS LORD, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1884; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1887; 
Dermatologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

1011 N. Charles St. 

T. CASPAR GILCHRIST, M. D., M. R. C. S., L. S. A. (Eng.) 
Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

M. R. C. S., and L. S. A., London, 1887; M. D. (Hon.), University of Maryland, 
1907 ; Honorary Member of the Society of Dermatology and Syphilis of 
Italy ; Dermatologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 

HENRY J. BERKLEY, M. D., D. Sc. 
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1881; D. Sc. (Hon.), 1907; Consulting Neurologist, 
St. Joseph's Hospital ; Visiting Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View. 

1305 Park Av. 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

JOHN M. T. FINNEY, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1884; M. D., Harvard University, 1888; Surgeon to 
the Union Protestant Infirmary ; Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 
1893-97 ; Associate in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Head of the 
Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 1300 Eutaw Place 

WILLIAM W. RUSSELL, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Gynecology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1890; Resident Gynecologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1894-95 ; Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 
1895-99 ; Head of the Gynecological Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 1895- 
1906 ; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1208 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS S. CULLEN, M. B. 
Associate Professor of Gynecology 

If. B., University of Toronto, 1890; Assistant Resident Gynecologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1892-90, and Resident Gynecologist, 1896-97; Instructor in 
Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-97; Associate, 1897-99 ; Associate 
in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 W. Preston St. 



737] Faculty 13 

ROBERT L. RANDOLPH, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 18S4, A. M. (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902; Assistant in Ophthalmology, Vienna Polyclinic, 1886; Associate in Oph- 
thalmology and Otology, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Assistant Oph- 
thalmic and Aural Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

609 Park Ave. 

THOMAS B. FUTCHBR, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1S93; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1894-1898; Resident Physician, 1S98-1901 ; Instructor in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1897; Associate, 1897-1901; Associate in Medi- 
cine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Physician in charge of Medical Clinic, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

23 W. Franklin St. 

JOSEPH C. BLOODGOOD, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Surgery 

8. B., University Qt Wisconsin, 1888; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1891; 
Resident Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1893-97; Assistant, Instructor 
and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1903 ; Associate in 
Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

904 N. Charles St. 

HARVEY CUSHING, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Surgery 

A. B., Yale University, 1891 ; A. M. and M. D., Harvard University, 1895 ; Resi- 
dent Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1896-1900 ; Assistant, Instructor and 
Associate in Surgery. Johns Hopkins University, 1898-1903 ; Professor of Sur- 
gery (Elect), Harvard University; Associate in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital and Director of the Hunterian Laboratory. 

107 E. Chase St. 

HUGH H. YOUNG, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1893, and M. D., 1894; Assistant Resi- 
dent Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1895-98 ; Instructor and Associate in 
Genito-Urinary Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1904 ; Associate in Sur- 
gery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Head of the Genito-Urinary Clinic, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 

WARREN HARMON LEWIS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B., University of Michigan, 1894, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University. 1900 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anat- 
omy, 1900-1904 ; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

1931 E. 31st St. 

FLORENCE R. SABIN, M. D., Sc. D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B., Smith College, 1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1900-1901; Holder of Woman's Fellowship in Anatomy, 1901-1902; 
Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anatomy, 1902-1905 ; Co-Editor of The 
Anatomical Record. 

1431 Park Ave. 



14 Medical Department [738 

THOMAS McCRAE, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine and Clinical Therapeutics 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1891, Fellow in Biology, 1892-94, M. B., 1895, and 
M. D., 1903; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London; Assistant Resi- 
dent and Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1890-1904; Instructor 
and Associate in Medicine, and Clinical Therapeutics, the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1899-1906; Associate in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and 
Director and Physician in charge of Medical Clinic t the Johns Hopkins Dis- 
pensary. 935 st Paul st 

WILLIAM WEBBER FORD, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology and Lecturer in 

Legal Medicine 

A. B., Adelbert College, 1893; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898; D. P. H., 
McGill University, 1900 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1898-99; Fellow in Pathology, McGill University, 1899-1901; Fellow, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Medical Research, 1901-02 ; Institute for Infectious Diseases, 
Berlin, 1901-1902 and Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1903; Instructor, Associate 
and Associate Professor of Bacteriology, Johns Hopkins University, 1904-1910. 

1134 Cathedral St. 
MAX BROEDEL 
Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Academy of Arts, Leipzig, 1885-90 ; Illustrator, University of Leipzig, until 1894 ; 
Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1906. 

707 N. Carrollton Av. 

J. MORRIS SLEMONS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and M. D., 1901 ; Resident House Officer 
and Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics and Resident Obstetrician, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1901-1904 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Obstetrics, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1909 ; Assistant in Obstetrics, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

23 W. Chase St. 

SAMUEL AMBERG, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

M. D., University of Heidelberg, 1898; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in 
Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1900-1910 ; Assistant Pediatrician, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1220 Linden Av. 

WILLIAM STEVENSON BAER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1894, and M. D., 1898; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1898-99, Assistant Resident Surgeon, 1899-1900; 
Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity 1900-1910; Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, the Johns Hopkint 

4 E. Madison St. 

DONALD R. HOOKER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Yale University, 1899, M. S., 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 

1905 ; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1905-1906 ; Assistant, Instructor 
and Assoclute in Physiology, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1910. 

Cedar Lawn, Homeland Av., Govans. 



739] Faculty 15 

CARL VOEGTLIN, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. D., University of Freiburg (Baden), 1903; Instructor in Chemistry, University 
of Wisconsin, 1904-05 ; Assistant in Medicine, Chemical Division of the Medical 
Clinical Laboratory, and Associate in Pharmacology, the Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1906-1910. 227 W. Monument St. 

GEORGE HOYT WHIPPLE, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1900; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1905; Assistant, 
Instructor and Associate in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1910; 
Pathologist, Bay View, 1906-07 ; Pathologist, Ancon Hospital, Panama, 1907-08 ; 
Assistant Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1908-09 ; Resident 
Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

THOMAS R. BOGGS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1896, and Graduate Student, 1896-1897; M. D., Johns 
Hopkins University, 1901 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1901-1902 ; Acting Assistant Resident. 1902-03 ; Assistant and Associate in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1911 ; Assistant Resident Physician 
in charge of the Medical Bacteriological Laboratory, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, 1904-1905 ; Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical 
Adviser to the Medical Students, 1908-1911 ; Physician in Chief, City Hospital, 
Baltimore. 

21 W. Chase St. 

CHARLES D. SNYDER, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1896; M. S., and Ph. D.. University 
of California, 1904 and 1905 ; Holder of Columbia University Table at Zoological 
Station, Naples, 1906 ; Medical Student, Universities of Berlin and Miinchen, 
1906-1907, and Summer of 1908 ; Fellow, Instructor and Associate in Physiology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1911. 

Charles St. Ave. (P. O. Sta. L.) 



LECTURER 

CHARLES WARDELL STILES, Ph. D., D. Sc. 
Lecturer on Medical Zoology 

A. M., Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1890; M. S. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 
1896; D. Sc. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 1906; Corresponding Member, Society 
of Biology and Academy of Medicine (Paris) ; Zoologist, U. S. Bureau of Animal 
Industry, 1891-1902 ; Professor of Zoology, of U. S. Public Health and Marine- 
Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. ; Secretary, International Commission on 
Zoological Nomenclature, Scientific Secretary, Rockefeller Sanitary Commission 
for the Eradication of Hookworm Disease. 

Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts., Washington 



ASSOCIATES 

FRANK R. SMITH, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. M., Universitv of Cambridge (England), 1882; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1891 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-93 ; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1901 ; Physician in charge 
of Medical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 1126 Cathedral St. 



16 Medical Department [740 

GUY LeROY HUNNER, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and 
Instructor in Gynecology, 1901-1902; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resi- 
dent Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-1900, and Resident Gyne- 
cologist, 1901-1902 ; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2305 St. Paul St. 

LOUIS P. HAMBURGER, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1S93, and M. D., 1897; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-98 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1899-1904 ; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins 
Dispensary. 

1207 Eutaw Place 



THOMAS R. BROWN, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, and M. D., 1897; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-98; Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1899-1904; Physician in charge of the Medical Clinic, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

19 W. Biddle St. 



RICHARD H. FOLLIS, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899; Externe, 
Assistant Resident and Resident Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899- 
1905; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1905; Chief of 
Burgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary and Associate in Surgery, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 E. Read St. 



GEORGE WALKER, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1889; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1905 ; Chief of Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

529 N. Charles St. 



FREDERICK H. BAETJER, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery in charge of Actinography 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and M. D., 1901; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1901-02 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1903-1906 ; Associate in Actinography, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



CURTIS F. BURNAM, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

A. B., Central University (Ky.), 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; 
Betldent House Officer and Assistnnt Resident Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1900-1904; Assist.'int in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1907- 
1908; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1718 Eutaw Place 



741] Faculty 17 

CLARENCE B. FARRAR, M. D. 

Associate in Psychiatry 

A. B., Harvard University, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Gradu- 
ate Student, University of Heidelberg, 1902-1904 ; Assistant and Instructor in 
Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1908 ; Assistant Physician and 
Acting Director of the Laboratory, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Re- 
search Assistant, the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 

Towson 

LOUIS V. HAMMAN, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Rock Hill College. 1896; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1896-97; and M. D., 1901; House Physician, New York Hospital, 1902-1903; 
Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1908 ; 
Physician in charge, the Phipps Dispensary; Associate in Medicine, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

714 Park Ave. 

ARTHUR D. HIRSCHFELDER, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine, in Charge of the Physiological Division of 

the Laboratory of the Medical Clinic 

S. B., University of California, 1897; Student in Paris and Heidelberg, 1898-1899; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1903-1904 ; Assistant in Medicine, Cooper Medical College ; As- 
sistant Physician to City and County Hospital, San Francisco, 1903-1905 ; 
Voluntary Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905- 
1908 ; Assistant in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2245 Linden Av. 

ELIZABETH HURDON, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

M. D., Trinity University (Toronto), 1895; Assistant and Instructor in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900-1908. 

31 W. Preston St. 

J. H. MASON KNOX, Jr., Ph. D., M. D. 
Associate in Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale University, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894; A. M., Lafayette College, 1896; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1898-1899 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pediatrics, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1902-1909 ; Physician in Charge, the Thomas Wilson Sani- 
tarium ; Assistant Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

804 Cathedral St. 

ELIOT R. CLARK, M. D. 

Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., Yale University, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; Assistant 
and Instructor in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1910. 

2033 Park Av. 

JOHN T. GERAGHTY, M. D. 
Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

A. B., St. Thomas College, 1895; Ph. B., St. Paul Seminary, 1897; Graduate 
Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1897-1898; M. D., 1903; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1903-1904 ; Assistant and Instructor in 
Genito-Urinary Diseases, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1910 ; Assistant Sur- 
geon, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 



18 Medical Department [742 

JOHN HENDRICKEN KING, M. D. 
Associate in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and Graduate Student, 1899-1902; M. D., 
1906 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine and Pathological Physiology, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1906-1909. 

1227 N. Calrert St. 

LEONARD GEORGE ROWNTREE, M. D. 
Associate in Experimental Therapeutics 

M. D., Western University (Canada), 1905; Resident Physician, Victoria Hospi- 
tal, London, Canada, 1905-1906 ; Voluntary Assistant and Assistant in Medicine, 
1907-1909; Instructor in Experimental Therapeutics, 1909-1910. 

227 W. Monument St. 

HERBERT M. EVANS, M. D. 
Associate in Anatomy 

S. B., University of California, 1904, and Medical Department, 1904-05; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; Assistant and Instructor in Anatomy, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1908-1910. 

1306 N. Luzerne St. 

MILTON CHARLES WINTERNITZ, M. D. 
Associate in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, M. D., 1907, Fellow in Pathology, 1907- 
1908 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1908- 
1910 ; Pathologist, Bay View Asylum and Assistant Resident Pathologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WILLIAM L. MOSS, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1905; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1910 ; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1906 ; Assistant Physician, Johns Hop- 
kins Dispensary, 1906-1907; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1907; 
Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

FRANK J. SLADEN, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine. 

A. B., Yale University, 1902; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1906; Assistant 
and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1911 ; Resident 
House Officer and Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1906-1911; Resident Physician and Medical Adviser to the Students, the Johns 
J 1 <> i> kins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



INSTRUCTORS 

MACTIER WARFIELD, M. D. 
Instructor in Laryngology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1881; M. D., University of Maryland, 1884; 
f of the Laryngological and Rhinological Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispen- 

Hnry - 700 N. Howard St. 



743] Faculty 19 

ALFRED ROBERT LOUIS DOHME, Ph. D. 
Instructor in Pharmacy 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1886, and Ph. D., 1889; Secretary of Revision 
Committee of the United States Pharmacopoeia, 1900-1910. 

Roland Park. 

JAMES J. MILLS, M. D. 
Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1889; Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1904 ; Ophthalmologist to the City Detention 
Hospital, Bay View, and Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. ggg Park Av 

JACOB HALL PLEASANTS, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1900-1905 ; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

University Parkway 

RICHARD A. URQUHART, M. D. 
Instructor in Pediatrics 

M. D.. University oi Virginia, 1894; Resident Physician, 1899-1900, and Assistant 
Attending Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View, 1900-1901 ; Assistant 
in Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1906 ; Assistant Pediatrician, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. g^g Park Av 

EDGAR R. STROBEL, M. D. 
Instructor in Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899; Clinical Professor of 
Dermatology, Baltimore Medical College ; Assistant in Dermatology, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1903-1906 ; Assistant Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Dis- 

P ensar v- 330 N. Charles St. 

W. RUSH DUNTON, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Psychiatry 

S. B., Haverford College, 1889, and A. M., 1890; M. D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1893 ; Assistant Physician, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Assistant 
in Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906 ; Assistant Neurologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. E Evesham Av., Govans. 

JOSEPH ALBERT CHATARD, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Loyola College, 1898; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1898- 
1899, and M. D., 1903; Assistant Resident Physician, St. Joseph's Hospital, 
1903-1904; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1907; As- 
sistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 1225 Maryland Av. 

JOHN ARTHUR LUETSCHER, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899; 
Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900; House Physi- 
cian, City Hospital, Boston, 1900-1901 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1905-1907 ; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1025 Madison Av. 



20 Medical Department [744 

NATHAN E. B. IGLEHART, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

11. D., University of Maryland, 1889 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1909 ; Chief of Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

16 W. Preston St. 

EDWARD M. SINGEWALD, M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1888 ; Assistant in Neurology, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1905-1909 ; Assistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

5 N. Washington St. 

GEORGE LANE TANEYHILL, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, M. D., 1904; Externe, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital and Dispensary, 1904-1905 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1905-1909 ; Assistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1103 Madison Av. 

CHARLES W. LARNED, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1893; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1906-1909 ; Resident Physician, Free Lying-in-Hospital, University 
of Maryland, 1893-1894 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of Maryland, 
1894-1905 ; Physician to the Good Samaritan Hospital, and Professor of Clinical 
Medicine, Woman's Medical College of Baltimore ; Assistant Physician, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1327 Park Av. 

HENRY LEE SMITH, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1894; A. M., St. John's College (Maryland), 
1910 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909 ; Clinical 
Assistant, University Hospital ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of 
Maryland ; Studied in Universities of Marburg, Graz and Berlin ; Professor of 
Diseases of Children and Medicine and Lecturer on Bacteriology, Woman's 
Medical College, (Bait.), 1890-1910; Assistant Physician, Johns Hopkins Dis- 
pensary. 

2701 N. Calvert St. 

SAMUEL WOLMAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906; Assistant in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1909 ; Assistant Physician, the Phipps Dispen- 
sary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2101 Brookfield Ave. 

HARRY S. GREENBAUM, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and M. D., 1904; Student, University of 
Berlin, 1899-1900 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1909 ; 
Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1614 Eutaw Place 

CHARLES M. BYRNES, M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

S. B., University of North Carolina, 1902; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1900; Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, University of Virginia, 1908-1909; As- 
sistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

207 E. Preston St. 



745] Faculty 21 

J. STAIGE DAVIS, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

Ph. B., Tale University, 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1900-1903 ; Assistant Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins 

Dispensary. 12 ()0 Cathedral St. 

WILLIAM A. FISHER, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1900-1901 ; Assistant Surgeon, 
the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. ir-jr p ar ^ ^V 

OMAR B. PANCOAST, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

S. B., Swarthmore College, 1893; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-1898 ; Assistant Surgeon, 
the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1500 Madison Av. 

EDWARD H. RICHARDSON, M. D. 
Instructor in Gynecology 

A. B., Hampden- Sidney College, 1900; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1900-1901, and M. D., 1905 ; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resi- 
dent and Resident Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1910 ; 
Assistant Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

216 E. Preston St. 

PAUL W. CLOUGH, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine, in Charge of the Biological Division of 
the Medical Clinic 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; 
Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1910; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908; Assistant Resident Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CLYDE GRAEME GUTHRIE, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine, in Charge of the Clinical Laboratory 

A. B., Lafayette College, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; Assistant 
in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1910 ; Resident House Officer, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 1908-1911. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

THOMAS P. SPRUNT, M. D. 
Instructor in Pathology 

A. B., Davidson College, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909; Assistant 
in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1910; Assistant Resident Patholo- 
gist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES R. ESSICK, M. D. 
Instructor in Anatomy 

A. B., Yale University, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909; Assistant 
in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1910. 

1807 N. Caroline St. 



22 Medical Department [74G 

WILLIAM E. BURGE, Ph. D. 

Instructor in Physiology 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1903, and A. M., 1906; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins 
University, 1909 ; Fellow in Physiology and Assistant, 1908-1911. 

828 N. Broadway 

KARL MILLER WILSON, M. D. 

Instructor in Obstetrics 

M. D. C. M., McGill University, 1908; House Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital, 
1908-1909 ; Interne and Assistant Resident Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, 1909-1911; Assistant in Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1910-1911; 
Resident Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES MALLORY REMSEN, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and Graduate Student, 1899-1900; 
M. D., 1904; Resident House Officer, Assistant Resident Physician, Assistant 
Surgical Pathologist and Assistant Resident Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1904-1911 ; Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

JOHN A. SPERRY, M. D. 
Instructor in Gynecology 

M. D., Tulane University, 1905; Second Assistant Resident Surgeon, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, 1906-1907; Resident Surgeon, Church, Home and In- 
firmary, 1907-1908 ; Assistant Resident Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, 1909-1911 ; Resident Gynecologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



ASSISTANTS 

JOHN McF. BERGLAND, M. D. 
Assistant in Obstetrics 

S. B., Princeton University, 1900; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1904; As- 
sistant Resident Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1906. 

12 W. Preston St. 

ROADES FAYERWEATHER, M. D. 
Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Harvard University, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903; Ortho- 
pedic Surgeon, Carney Hospital, Boston, 1903-1904 ; Assistant Surgeon, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 21 W Franklin St 

BERTRAM M. BERNHEIM, M. D. 

Assistant in Surgery 

A.. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901; M. D., 1905; Assistant Surgeon, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

2319 Linden Av. 

EUGENE J. LEOPOLD, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. I',.. Johns Hopkins University, 1901; M. D., 1905; Graduate Student Uni- 
': <,f Berlin; "Volunteer" Stadisches Krankenhaus, Munich, and Graduate 
■tudent, London, 1905-1907; Assistant Physician, the Phipps Dispensary. 

803 Park Av. 



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DAVID I. MACHT, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906; Harvard Summer 
School, 1903-1905; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. Landau, Berlin, 1906-1907; Ex- 
terne, Phipps Dispensary. 

1511 Madison Av. 

FLORA POLLACK, M. D. 
Assistant in Gynecology 

M. D., Woman's Medical College (Bait.), 1891; Assistant in Woman's Venereal 
Diseases, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 

GEORGE S. BOND, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

B. S., Earlham College, 1903; A. B., University of Michigan, 1905, and M. D., 
1908 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1909 ; Voluntary 
Assistant in Medicine, ibid; Research Student, Rockefeller Institute, 1909-1910. 

1017 N. Broadway 

HOWARD E. ASHBURY, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1S99 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1903. 

1017 Cathedral St. 

CHARLES R. AUSTRIAN, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine, in Charge of the Laboratory of the Phipps 
Dispensary 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1904, and M. D., 1909; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1909-1910 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WALTER A. BAETJER, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1905, and M. D., 1909; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1909 1910 ; Assistant Resident, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Resident Physician, City Hospital, Bay View. 

Bay View 

TRIGANT BURROW, M. D., Ph. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Fordham University, 1895; M. D., University of Virginia, 1899; Demon- 
strator in Biology, University of Virginia, 1899-1900 ; Graduate Student, Path- 
ology and Bacteriology, and Philology, 1901-1903 ; Assistant in Psychology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909, and Ph. D., 1909. 

707 St. Paul St. 

SAMUEL J. CROWE, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1904; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; As- 
sistant in Surgery (H. L.), 1908-1909; Assistant Resident Surgeon, Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1909-1910. 

The Cecil 



24 Medical Department [748 

FRANKLIN HAZLEHURST, Jr., M. D. 
Assistant in Laryngology and Rhinology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, and M. D., 1907; Acting Resident House 
Officer and Exteme in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908 ; Bur- 
geon, Robert Garrett Hospital for Children ; Assistant Laryngologist, the John* 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

203 W. Lanvale St. 

JOHN THOMAS SAMPLE, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1906, and M. D., 1908; Assistant in Medicine, 
ibid, 1908-09 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

MARTIN FRANCIS SLOAN, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

M. D., Baylor University, 1907; Resident Physician, Eudowood Sanatorium; 
Exteme, Phipps Dispensary. 

Eudowood 

HEDLEY V. TWEEDIE, M. D. 
Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1897; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye and 
Ear, Throat Charity Hospital ; Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

508 Park Av. 

ERNEST ISAAC WERBER, Ph. D. 
Assistant in Anatomy 

Research Assistant in the "Biologische Versuchsanstalt," Vienna, 1906; Ph. D., 
University of Vienna, 1908 ; Assistant in Physiology, University of California, 
1908-1909; Assistant Professor of Biology, New Mexico College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts, 1909-1910. 

304 E. Lafayette Ave. 

LLOYD PARKER SHIPPEN, M. D. 
Assistant in Hygiene and Bacteriology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1907. 

209 W. Monument St. 

SOLON ARTHUR DODDS, M. D. 

Assistant in Obstetrics 

Ph. B., Wesleyan University, (Conn), 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905 ; Interne in Obstetrics and Assistant Resident Gynecologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1908. 

3105 Clifton Ave., Walbrook 

RALPH HERMAN MAJOR, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., William Jewell College, 1902 ; Student, Leipsic, Munich and Chicago, 
1904-1906; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ELI KENNERLY MARSHALL, JR., Ph. D. 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry 

S. B., College of Charleston, 1908; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

321 W. Hoffman St. 



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SYDNEY ROBOTHAM MILLER, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

S. B., New York University, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910;' 
Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911. 

28 Talbot Road, Windsor Hills 

ISAAC ROSENBAUM PELS, M. D. 
Assistant in Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906; Interne, the Jewish 
Hospital, Philadelphia, 1906-1907 ; Bxterne in Medicine and Surgery, 1907-1909 ; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 1908. 

1509 Madison Ave. 



HELEN WATSON, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; Resident 
House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Assistant Resident 
Physician , ibid. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CONRAD JACOBSON, M. D. 

Assistant in Surgery 

S. B., Beloit College, 1900; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 3 summer 
quarters; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

1524 N. Broadway 
HENRY A. STEPHENSON, M. D. 
Assistant in Obstetrics 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1906; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; 
Resident House Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Assistant Resi- 
dent Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



VOLUNTARY ASSISTANTS 

ALEXIUS McGLANNAN, M. D. 

Voluntary Assistant in Surgery 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1895. 

114 W. Franklin St. 

JOHANNA GELIEN, M. D. 

Voluntary Assistant in Medicine 

M. D., Gross Medical College (Denver), 1908. 



1222 N. Broadway 



26 Medical Department [750 

ADVISORY BOARD OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY 



Ira Remsen {President) , John J. Abel, 

William H. Welch, William H. Howell, 

Henry M. Hurd, J. Whitridge Williams (Dean), 

William S. Halsted, Lewellys F. Barker, 

Howard A. Kelly, Adolf Meyer. 

Franklin P. Mall, 
The Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (April 
3, 1893), "to report to the Trustees from time to time their sug- 
gestions and to prepare and carry forward the proper arrange- 
ments for the instruction and graduation of medical students." 



BOARD OF MEDICAL STUDIES 



This Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (Jan- 
uary 6, 1902). It consists of the Professors, Clinical Professors, 
Associate Professors and Associates in the Medical Department. 
The duties of the Board are to meet at the call of the Presi- 
dent of the University to consider questions connected with the 
instruction in the Medical Department. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The President of the University, The Superintendent of the Johns 
The Dean of the Medical Faculty, Hopkins Hospital. 

COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY 

William H. Howell (Chairman), M. Llewellyn Raney (Librarian 
John J. Abel, of the University), 

Lewellys F. Barker, Franklin P. Mall, 

Harvey Cushing, George H. Whipple, 

Walter Jones, J. Whitridge Williams. 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS 

The Dean (Chairman), Walter Jones, 

John J.Abel, Franklin P. Mall, 

William W. Ford, Florence R. Sabin, 

William H. Howell, William H.Welch. 



751] Committees 27 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
FIRST AND SECOND YEARS OF THE COURSE 

W. H. Howell, Chairman. 

This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing first and second year students. 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
THIRD AND FOURTH YEARS OF THE COURSE 

J. Whitridge Williams, Chairman. 

This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing third and fourth year students. 

COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 

The Dean (Chairman), Thomas McCrae, 

Lewellys P. Barker, Hugh H. Young. 

Harvey Cushing, 

COMMITTEE ON THE CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT 

The Dean (Chairman), Franklin P. Mall, 

Henry M. Hurd, William H.Welch. 

William H. Howell, 

The Dean is ex officio member of all committees. 



OTHER OFFICERS 



W. Graham Boyce 215 E. Biddle St. 

Treasurer. 

M. Llewellyn Raney 4117 Pennhurst Av., W. Arlington. 

Librarian of the University. 

Thomas R. Ball 3102 Walbrook Av. 

Registrar of the University. 

George J. Coy 2403 Elsinore Av., Walbrook. 

Registrar of the Medical Department. 



THE MEDICAL STAFF OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY* 



HOSPITAL 



Winford H. Smith, M. D , Superintendent 

Rupert Norton, M. D Assistant Superintendent 

Lewellys F. Barker, M. D Physician in Chief 

William S. Thayer, M. D Associate Physician 

William S. Halsted, M. D Surgeon in Chief 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D Gynecologist in Chief 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D Obstetrician in Chief 

Adolf Meyer, M. D Psychiatrist 

William H. Welch, M. D Pathologist 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. R. C. S Dermatologist 

J. Williams Lord, M. D Dermatologist 

John N. Mackenzie, M. D Laryngologist 

Samuel Theobald, M. D Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D Neurologist 

Robert L. Randolph, M. D Assistant Ophthalmic and 

Aural Surgeon 

John M. T. Finney, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Harvey Cushing, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Hugh H. Young, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Richard H. Follis, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Thomas B. Futcher, M. D Associate in Medicine 

Thomas McCrae, M. D Associate in Medicine 

Louis V. Hamman, M. D Associate in Medicine 

William W. Russell, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Cullen, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Guy L. Hunner, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Curtis F. Burn am, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

J. Morris Slemons, M. D Associate in Oostetrics 

William S. Baer, M. D Associate in Orthopedic Surgery 

Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D Associate in Actinography 

Arthur D. Hirschfelder, M. D Assistant in Medicine 

George H. Whipple, M. D Resident Pathologist 

Milton C. Winternitz, M. D Assistant Resident Pathologist 

Frank J. Sladen, M. D Resident Physician 

Charles M. Remsen, M. D Resident Surgeon 



•Corrected to September 1, 1911. 

28 



753] 



Hospital Staff 



29 



John A. Sperry, M. D. 
Karl M. Wilson, M. D. 



.Resident Gynecologist 
.Resident Obstetrician, 



Paul W. Clough, M. D 

Clyde G. Guthrie, M. D 

William L. Moss, M. D 

John T. Sample, M. D 

Charles R. Austrian, M. D. 

Ralph H. Major, M. D 

Helen Watson, M. D 

Maxwell Ross, M. D 



George J. Heuer, M. D . . . 

Emil Goetsch, M. D 

Arthur O. Fisher, M. D 

Alexander Randall, M. D . 
J. Paul Pratt, M. D 



Cecil W. Vest, M. D 

Leon H. Watkins, M. D. 
J. Craig Neel, M. D . . . . 



^ . . . Assistant Resident Physicians 



.Assistant Resident Surgeons 



Henry A. Stephenson, M. D. 



^Assistant Resident Gynecologists 
Assistant Resident Obstetrician 



Resident House Officers: 



Arthur L. Bloomfield, M. D. 
Barney Brooks, M. D. 
John A. C. Colston, M. D. 
William A. Prontz, M. D. 
Ernest G. Grey, M. D. 
Anna Hubert, M. D. 



Veader N. Leonard, M. D. 
Hans Lisser, M. D. 
Everett D. Plass, M. D. 
Walter G. Sexton, M. D. 
Helen W. Smith, M. D. 
Julian M. Wolfsohn, M. D. 



30 



Medical Department 



[754 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Thomas McCrae, M. D. 

Director of Dispensary and Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Lewellys P. Barker, M. D Physician-in-Chief 

William S. Halsted, M. D Surgeon-in-Chief 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D Gynecologist-in-Chief 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D Obstetrician-in-Chief 

Adolf Meyer, M. D Psychiatrician 



MEDICINE 
A — General Medicine: 

Thomas B. Futcher, M. B Division Chief 

Frank R. Smith, M. D ) 



Thomas McCrae, M. D. 



.Physicians in Charge 



Thomas R. Brown, M. D 

Joseph A. Chatard, M. D 

Louis P. Hamburger, M. D . . . 

J. Hall Pleasants, M. D 

Henry Lee Smith, M. D 

John S. Bishop, M. D 

Charles W. Larned, M. D . . . 

Dudley Williams, M. D 

John A. Leutscher, M. D 

Harry S. Greenbaum, M. D . . 

Eugene J. Leopold, M. D 

George S. Bond, M. D 

David I. Macht, M. D 

Gustav H. Wolterfck. M. D. . 



.Assistant Physicians 



.Externes 



B — Clinical Neurology : 
Henry M. Thomas, M. D 



.Neurologist 



.Assistant Neurologists 



Edward M. Singewald, M. D. 
Wm. R. Dunton, Jr., M. D. . . 

Arthur P. Herring, M. D 

G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., M. D. 
Charles M. Byrnes, M. D . . . 
Trigant Burrow, M. D 

G. F. Sargent, M. D Externe 

C — Diseases of Children: 

Samuel Amberg, M. D ^ 

Richard A. Urquhart, M. D. I Assistant Pediatricians 

J. H. Mason Knox, Jr., M. D. j 



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Hospital Staff 



D — Phipps Dispensary: 

Louis V. Hamman, M. D Physician in Charge 

Charles R. Austrian, M. D Director of Laboratory 

Samuel Wolman, M. D " 

Martin P. Sloan, M. D 

Eugene J. Leopold, M. D 

John Gird wood, M. D 

Johanna Gelien, M. D 



.Assistant Physicians 



SURGERY 

A — General Surgery: 

John M. T. Finney, M. D Division Chief 



Nathan E. B. Iglehart, M. D 

George Walker, M. D 

Richard H. Follis, M. D . . . 

Omar B. Pancoast, M. D . . . 

J. Staige Davis, M. D 

William A. Fisher, M. D . . . 
Bertram M. Bernheim, M. D 
Charles R. Ahroon, M. D . . 
Ronald T. Abercrombie, M. D 
Elliott H. Hutchins, M. D . . 
Harvey B. Stone, M. D . . . 



.Surgeons in Charge 



.Assistant Surgeons 



B — Ophthalmology and Otology: 

Samuel Theobald, M. D Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon 

Robert L. Randolph, M. D. Associate Surgeon 



James J. Mills, M. D . . 
James Bordley, M. D . . 
H. V. Tweedie, M. D . . . 
J. W. Downey, M. D . . . 
Louis Goldbach, M. D. 



.Assistant Surgeons 



C — Genito-Urinary Diseases: 

Hugh H. Young, M. D Genito-Urinary Surgeon 

John T. Geraghty, M. D Surgeon in Charge 



Fred W. Hobelman, M. D . . . / 
Albert Keidel, M. D \ 



.Assistant Surgeons 



32 Medical Department [756 

D — Laryngology : 

John N. Mackenzie, M. D Laryngologist 

Mactier Warfield, M. D Laryngologist in Charge 

Franklin Hazelhurst, Jr., M. D Assistant Laryngologist 

E — Dermatology : 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D . . . ) _ . , . , 

T -_ T ' _ y Dermatologists 

J. Williams Lord, M. D ) 



Edgar R. Strobel, M. D. 
Isaac R. Pels, M. D... 



J. Assistant Dermatologists 



P — Orthopedic Surgery: 

William S. Baer, M. D Orthopedic Surgeon 

Howard E. Ashbury, M. D . . . "] 

Roades Fayer weather, M. D. f Assistant Surgeons 

G. E. Bennett, M. D J 

Miss J. Metivier Assistant in Medical Gymnastics 

Miss Anna Bean Masseuse 



GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 

A — Gynecology : 

John A. Sperry, M. D Gynecologist in Charge 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D. ^ 

Cecil W. Vest, M. D L Assistant Gynecologists 

Leon H. Watkins, M. D J 

Flora Pollack, M. D Assistant in Women's Venereal Diseases 

B — Obstetrics: 
Karl M. Wilson, M. D Obstetrician in Charge 



757] Hospital Staff 33 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Lewellys F. Barker, Winford H. Smith, 

William S. Halsted, William H. Welch, 

Howard A. Kelly, J. Whitridge Williams. 
Adolf Meyer, 

Under the rules and regulations of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 
it is "the duty of the Medical Board to advise the Trustees in all 
matters relating to the welfare of the Hospital." 



City Hospitals at Bay View 
( Controlled by the Board of Supervisors of City Charities ) 
THE CITY HOSPITAL 
THE MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL 

THE DETENTION HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE 



Lamar Hollyday, Superintendent. 

Medical Board: 

Thomas R. Boggs, M. D Physician-in-Chief 

Arthur M. Shipley, M. D Surgeon-in-Chief 

Gordon Wilson, M. D Physician in Charge, Tuberculosis 

Hospital 
H. D. Purdum, M. D Physician in Charge, Detention 

Hospital for Insane 
Milton C. Winternitz, M. D. Pathologist 

Consulting Staff: 



Henry J. Berkley, M. D 1 

Clarence B. Farrar, M. D ! . _ . . 

Adolf Meyer, M. D f Alienists 

Irving J. Spear, M. D J 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D Neurologist 

John T. Geraghty, M. D. . . j _ Urologists 



George Timberlake, M. D J 

Hugh Brent, M. D ) 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D J 

James J. Mills, M. D Ophthalmologist 



Hugh Brent, M. D ) Gynecologists 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D ] gynecologists 



Third-year students receive clinical instruction in medicine in 
the City and Tubercular Hospitals during the third trimester. 

Fourth-year students receive clinical instruction in psychiatry 
in the Detention Hospital for the Insane. 

Elective work will be offered during the entire year. 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE 
COUKSES OF INSTRUCTION FOR CANDI- 
DATES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR 
OF MEDICINE AND FOR GRADU- 
ATES IN MEDICINE. 



STUDENTS, 1911-1912 



CANDIDATES FOE THE DEGEEE OF DOCTOR 
OF MEDICINE. 

Fourth Year. 

Clarence Ladelle Andrews. Conway, La. 109 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1908; Kaiser Wilhelm University Strass 
burg, Germany, 1909. 

* Jaime de Angulo. Paris, France. 608 S. Ann St. 

B. es Lett, University of Paris, 1906; Cooper Medical College, 1906-07. 

Edwin I. Bartlett. Buhl, Ida. 1505 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Washington State College, 1908; Kaiser Wilhelm University, 
Strassburg, Germany, Summer Semester, 1909. 

Joseph Howard Beard. Chesterfield. 320 N. Carey St. 

A. B. t St. John's College, 1902. 

Jane Elizabeth Bigelow. Terre Haute, Ind. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Butler College, 1907. 

Charles Albert Bowers. Wheeling, W. Va. 1513 N. Bdway. 

S. B., West Virginia University, 1908. 

Eveleth Wilson Bridgman. Woodbrook. Woodbrook. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Cyrus Cathey Brown. Arkadelphia, Ark. 1338 N. Eden St 

A. B., University of Arkansas, 1908. 

John Louis Butsch. Lynnville, Ind. Hotel Hopkins. 

S. B., Purdue University, 1905. 

Raymond John Cary. Atlantic, la. 706 N. Broadway. 

B. S., Iowa College, 1906; University of Chicago, Summer Session, 1904 

and 1905 ; Medical Student, Western Reserve University, 1908-1910. 

Burns Stoddard Chaffee. Santa Ana, Cal. 109 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1908. 

A-Lan Mason Chesney. Baltimore. 2833 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Jacob Cohen. Baltimore. 1000 N. Gay St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

*George Washington Cox. Litchfield, 111. 1636 N. Caroline St. 

B S., University of Chicago, 1907. 
*One trimester only. 

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38 Medical Department [762 

Makye Yeamans Dabney. Birmingham, Ala. 521 N. Wolfe St. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1908. 

Edwin Greene Davis. Lincoln, Neb. 131 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Unirersity of Nebraska, 1909; Med. Dept., ibid, 1908-1910. 

William Milton Dumm. Laramie, Wyo. 702 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1908. 

Milton Thomas Edgerton, Jr. Fremont, N. C. 1632 Jefferson St. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1908. 

Roland Frederick Fisher. Baraboo, Wis. 510 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1909, and Medical Student, 1907-09. 

Mary Randolph Fleming. Lynchburg, Va. 12 N. Ann St. 

M. A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1902. 

Ovid Clemmons Foote. Roaring River, N. C. 109 N. Bdway 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1908. 
Winter Reginald Frantz. Cumberland. 109 N. Broadway. 

S. B., West Virginia University, 1908. 

Willa May Fricke. New York, N. Y. 3930 Park Heights Av. 

A. B., Barnard College, 1906; 2y 2 years Medical College and Hospital for 
Women and Children, 1906-1909. 

Julian Eugene Gammon. Marianna, Fla. 810 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Florida, 1908. 
James Heyward Gibbes. Columbia, S. C. 510 N. Bdway. 

A. B. and S. B., University of South Carolina, 1908. 

William Lee Gills. Bedford City, Va. 702 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1905. 

Frederick Akin Glass. Booneville, Ky. 1706 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Central, University <Ky.), 1908. 

Ernest William Goodpasture. Nashville, Tenn. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Vanderbilt University, 1907. 

Roscoe Willis Hall. Millerstown, Pa. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1908. 

**James B. Holmes. Lynchburg, Va. 702 N. Bdway. 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1910, and Medical Student, 1908- 
1909; Medical Student, University of Gottingen, Summer, 1911. 

Samuel Haymann Hurwitz. Chicago, 111. 105 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1907, and A. M., 1908; Kaiser Wilhelm Uni- 
versity, Strassburg, Germany, 1909 ; Special Student, Institute for In- 
fectious Diseases, Berlin, Summer, 1911. 

Helmina Jeidell. New York, N. Y. 105 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Barnard College, 1908; Special Student Pasteur Institute, Paris, 
Summer, 1909. 

••Work opmpleted for both Oegrees in summer of 1910. 



763] Students 39 

Rudolph Alfred Kocher. San Jose, Cal. 3307 Bateman Av. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1908; Student of Medicine, University 
of Leipsic, 1909-1910. 

Henry Hofmann Loos. Baltimore. 524 N. Pine St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Walter Gay Lough. Fairmont, W. Va. 518 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of West Virginia, 1908. 

Oswald Swinney Lowsley. Los Angeles, Cal. 814 E. Preston St. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1905. 

♦Robert George McAliley. Chester, S. C. 1029 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1904; Student of Medicine, University of Mary- 
land, 1907-1908. 

Harvey Ross McAllister. Gettysburg, Pa. 1220 N. Eden St. 

A. B., Pennsylvania College, 1908. 

William Bradbury McClure. Elk Liek, Pa. 518 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Pennsylvania College, 1908. 

Hugh McCulloch. Little Rock, Ark. 510 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Arkansas, 1908. 

William Lawrence Millea. Worcester, Mass. 109 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Clark College, 1908. 

Edgar Allen Miller. Gettysburg, Pa. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

S. B., Pennsylvania College, 1908. 

Knox Emerson Miller. . St. Joseph, Mo. 1338 N. Eden St. 

A. B., William Jewell College, 1908. 

Nathaniel Mills. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 702 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1908. 

♦Ernest Luther Morgan. Waynesville, N. C. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Wake Forest College, 1907; Student of Medicine, ibid, 1905-1907. 

William Haviland Morriss. Baltimore. 1904 Mt. Royal Ter. 

A. B., Haverford College, 1908. 

William Neill, Jr. Charles Town, W. Va. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1908. 

Ralph Wilbur Nichols. North Haven, Conn. 1338 N. Eden St. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1908. 

Louise Pearce. Boston, Mass. 2504 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1907; Boston University School of 
Medicine, 1907-09. 

Charles Hamlin Pelton. Middletown, Conn. 1739 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1905. 

*One trimester only. 



40 



Medical Department 



[7G4 



Maurice Charles Pincoffs, Jr. Chicago, 111. 529 N. Wolfe St 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1909; Rush Medical College, 1900-1909; 
Graduate School, 1909-1910. 

Martin Hayward Post, Jr. St. Louis, Mo. 709 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1908. 

Carl Wheeler Rand. Monson, Mass. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1908, A. M., 1909. 

Charles Dwight Reid, Jr. Auburn, N. Y. 1123 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Williams College, 1908. 

Mont Rogers Reid. Oriskany, Va. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1908. 

Lexington, Ga. 



Harold Irwin Reynolds. 



b. 



University of Georgia, 1908. 



Max Spencer Rohd£:. 



109 N. Bdway. 

305 N. Bdway. 

529 N. Wolfe St. 



Princeton, 111. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1908. 
Peter Benjamin Sarason. New Haven, Conn. 318 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909, and Medical Student, 1907-09. 

Henry Christian Schmeisser. Baltimore. 2401 Eutaw PI. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Raymond Louis Schulz. Milwaukee, Wis. 318 N.: Bdway. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1908; Medical Student, Md, 1908-1910. 

Nathan P. Sears. Syracuse, N. Y. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

Ph. B., Syracuse University, 1908. 
Reginald Oliver Sellman. Baltimore. The Mt. Royal. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Rolla J. Shale. Highland, Kan. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B. f Oberlin College, 1908. 

Ellery De Witt Simpson. Westminster. 1017 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1908. 

Warren Richards Sisson. Hamilton, N. Y. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Colgate University, 1908; Student of Medicine, University of 
Freiburg, Summer Semester, 1910 ; University of Mtinchen, Winter 
Semester, 1910-1911, and University of Heidelberg, Summer Semester, 
1911. 

Harry Richmond Slack, Jr. La Grange, Ga. 510 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Unirersity of Georgia, 1908. 

Trammell Starr. Calhoun, Ga. 1510 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Emory College, 1908. 

Thornton Stearns. Ashville, N. C. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. V.., Davidson College, 1906. 



765] Students 41 

Holland Newton Stevenson, 2nd. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Ph. B., Tale University, 1908. The Severn. 

Abraham Strauss. Lowell, Mass. 521 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909. 

David Corbin Streett. Baltimore. 712 Park Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

John Sundwall. Fairview, Utah. Hotel Hopkins 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1903, Ph. D., 1906, and Medical Student, 
1906-08. 

Harry Roswell Wahl. Stratford, Wis. 1040 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1908, and A. M., 1910; Med. Dept., ibid, 
1908-1910. 

Arthur L. Walters. Battle Ground, Ind. 702 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Purdue University, 1904. 

Charles Hansell Watt. Thomasville, Ga. 510 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1906. 

Adriel Clark Weakley. Shelbyville, Ky. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

A. B. f Georgetown College (Ky.), 1908. 

Lewis Hill Weed. Cleveland, O. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1908, and A. M., 1909. 

Paul Wegefarth. Baltimore. 2227 Eutaw PI. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; Student of Medicine, University 
of Freiburg, 1909-1910. 

Donald Breckenridge Wells. Hartford, Conn. 106 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Yale University, 1907. 

Alexander Watson Williams. Washington, D. C. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1908 

Francis Thomas Williams. Poolesville. 1327 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Eleanor Bittinger Wolf. Baltimore. 2112 Oak St. 

A. B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1908. 

George Baney Wolff. Myerstown, Pa. 1234 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Ursinus College, 1908. 

James Augustus Wood. Selma, Ala. 1510 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Southern University, 1907, University of Alabama, Summer, 1906. 

Harold Burton Woodward. Terryville, Conn. 102 Jackson PL 

S. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1908. 

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42 Medical Department [766 

Third Year 

Arthur Wilburn Allen. Somerset, Ky. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Georgetown College (Ky.), 1909. 

David Ballantyne Anderson. Salt Lake City, Utah. 706 N. Bdy. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1910; Rush Medical College, 1908-1910. 

George De Forest Barnett. Santa Rosa, Cal. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1906, and A. M., 1909; Med. Dept., 
ibid, 1909-1910. 

Hal Fullerton Boatwright. Wilmington, N. C. 1028 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1909; Med. Dept., ihid, 1908-1910. 

Albert Adam Bornscheuer. Pittsburg, Pa. 1922 E. Lafayette Av. 

B. S., Washington and Jefferson College, 1909. 

Edith Bronson. East Hardwick, Vt. 1720 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Syracuse University, 1909; Med. Dept., ibid, 1909-1910. 

Don Franklin Cameron. Hamilton, Ind. 802 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Indiana University, 1907; A. M., University of Chicago, 1909; MedJ 
cal Student (2d year), Ibid., 1909-1911. 

Noland Mackenzie Canter. Baltimore. 303 N. Strieker St. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Wilbur Glenn Carlisle. Hillsboro, O. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1909 ; Summer Quarter, University of 
Chicago, 1909. 

Henry Wisdom Cave. Paducah, Ky. 1254 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1909. 

Howard Lee Cecil. Millersville, 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1908. 

George Davies Chunn. Holly Grove, Ark. 1228 N. Eden St. 

S. B., University of Arkansas, 1908. 

Helen Dorothy Clarke. Boston, Mass. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1909. 

Robert Jay Cook. Independence, la. 125 Jackson PI. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1909. 

George Washington Corner, 3d. Baltimore. Roland Park. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Kent Edward Darrow. Fargo, N. D. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

8. B., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1909. 

Daniel Davis. Washington, D. C. 626 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909. 



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Thomas Kirby Davis. Wabash, Ind. 1624 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Wabash College, 1909; Med. Dept., Cornell University, 1909-1910. 

Howard Henry Dignan. San Francisco, Cal. 1032 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of California, 1910; Med. Dept., ibid, 1909-1910. 

William Dwyer. Hartford, Conn. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1909. 

Cortlandt Whitehead Wilson Elkin. Smicksburg, Pa. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 1909. 1220 N. Eden St 

Ernest Clyde Fishbaugh. Markle, Ind. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Indiana State University, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

Roswell Elmore Flack. Rutherfordton, N. C. 1003 McCulloh St 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1901. 

Frederick Lamont Gates. Montclair, N. J. 716 Park Ave. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Linton Gerdine. Athens, Ga. 1336 N. Caroline St 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Clarence Flack Graham. Baltimore. 1900 Jefferson St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Herbert Hart Hagan. Trenton, Ky. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Georgetown College, (Ky.), 1908. 

Turner Morehead Harris. Danville, Va. 1254 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1907; M. A., University of Virginia, 1909. 

Isaac Picard Heymann. Dutchtown, La. 937 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1909. 

Charles Crawford Hinton. Macon, Ga. 424 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Emory College, 1909. 

Walter Richard Holmes. Macon, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Gilbert Horrax. Montclair, N.J. 2025 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Williams College, 1909. 

Lee Howard. Macon, Ga. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

A. B. t Mercer University, 1909. 

James Howard Huddleson, Jr. Portland, Ore. 1020 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1909. 

Edgar E. Hume, Jr. Frankfort, Ky. CentralY.M.C.A. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1908; Fellow, 1908-1909, and 
A. M., 1909. 

Amos Francis Hutchins. Barstow. 109 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1908. 



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Edward Jelks. Macon, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Mercer University, 1909. 

Richard Fulton Kieffer. Hagerstown. 135 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1907. 

George August Leonard Kolmer. Salem, Va. 809 N. Strieker St. 

A. B. t Eoaaoke College, 1907, and A. M., 1909. 

Walter Max Kraus. New York, N. Y. 125 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910. 

Charles Adam Laubach. Nazareth, Pa. 2808 E. Balto. St. 

S. B., Muhlenburg College, 1909. 

Robert Louis Levy. New York, N. Y. 510 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

John Cushman Lyman. Dayton, Wash. 120 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Whitman College, 1909. 

William Clifford McKee. Los Angeles, Calif. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Pomona College, 1908. 

William Howard Michael. Perryman. 1020 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Louis D. Minsk. Colchester, Conn. 318 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910; Medical Student, ibid, 1909-1910. 

Chalmers Hale Moore. Birmingham, Ala. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1909. 

John Jamieson Morton, Jr. Worcester, Mass. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1907. 

Aristine Pixley Munn. New York, N. Y. 2400 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909. 

William Edward Nesbit. Fayetteville, Ark. 1228 N. Eden St. 

A. B., University of Arkansas, 1909. 

Merle Cornelius Newkirk. Ellicottville, N. Y. 1220 N. Eden St. 
Ph. B., Syracuse University, 1909. 

Harold Hastings Newman. Woodstock, Va. 1622 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Herbert Hammond Ogburn. Greensboro, N. C. 1228 N. Eden St. 

S. B., West Lafayette College, 1908; Medical Student, University of North 
Carolina, 1908-09. 

William Harwood Olmsted. Cedar Rapids, la. 135 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Ooe College, 1909. 

John Kelso Ormond. Princeton, N. J. 1633 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1906. 



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Frank Lafayette Paschal. San Antonio, Tex. 1711 Fair mount Av. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1909; Summer Session, University of Chi- 
cago, 1908. 

Lawrence Tyleb Post. St. Louis, Mo. 709 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Grover Francis Powers. West Lafayette, Ind. 

S. B., Purdue University, 1908. 1701 N. Caroline St. 

William Danbridge Reddish. Somerset, Ky. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Kentucky State University, 1909. 
Maurice Leonard Richardson. Turtle Lake, Wis. 810 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1910, and M. S., 1911 ; Medical Student, 
IUd., 1909-1911. 

Thomas Milton Rivers. Jonesboro, Ga. 424 N. Broadway 

A. B., Emory College, 1909. 

Augusta Ruby Scott. Bethany, 111. 1405 Park Av. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1905; Graduate Student, University of Zurich, 
1907-1909 ; Graduate Student, University of Freiburg, 1908-1910. 

Austin Shaw. Milbridge, Me. 120 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Colby College, 1909. 

Henry Newton Shaw. Oxford, Pa. 1633 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1907. 

Frederick Janney Smith. Baltimore. 1007 Madison Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Roscoe Roy Spencer. West Point, Va. 109 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1909. 

Pearlie Mae Stetler. Madison, Wis. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1911 ; Medical Student, IMd., 1909-1911. 

James E. Stowers. Millersburg, Mo. 1625 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1910, and A. M., 1911; Medical Student, 
IMd., 1909-1911. 

Charles Baker Thompson. Baltimore. 212 E. Chase St. 

A. B., Haverford College, 1909. 

Martillus H. Todd. Baltimore. 1202 E. Monument St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Leo Stewart Trask. Springfield, Me. 1230 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Colby College, 1909. 

Francis Berger Trudeau. Saranac Lake, N. Y. 2025 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Joseph Richard Turner, Jr. Tacoma, Wash. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Whitworth College, 1909. 



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Franklin Clark Wagenhals. Columbus, O. 144 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1907, and Graduate Student, 1907-08. 

Shelton Hughes Watkins. Owensboro, Ky. 1706 N, Caroline St. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1908, and A. M., 1909. 

Ernest Milton Watson. Providence, R. I. 804 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1907, and A. M., 1909. 

Ethel Madelaine Watters. Santa Cruz, Cal. 104 Jackson Pi. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1909 ; Med. Dept., ibid, 1909-1910. 

Benjamin Francis Weems, Jr. Houston, Tex. 1131 Cathedral St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909; Medical Student, University of 
Berlin and Frieberg, 1910-11. 

Norman Harris Williams. Moodus, Conn. 804 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1909. 

William Walter Young. Danville, Va. 120 Jackson PL 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Jacob Landis Zimmerman. Palmyra, Pa. 109 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1909. 

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Second Year 

Grover A. Batten. Lost Creek, W. Va. 716 A T . Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1905. 

Stanhope Bayne- Jones. New Orleans, La. 807 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910; Medical Student, Tulane University, 1910- 
1911 ; Summer Quarter. University of Chicago, 1911. 



613 Reservoir St. 



112 Jackson PI. 



1279 William St. 



Mabel Belt. Baltimore. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1910. 

Ralph Boerne Bettman. Chicago, 111. 

A. B., Williams College. 

George William Bishop. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Gould Shelton Bissell. Shelton, Conn. 113 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Julius Benjamin Boehm. St. Louis, Mo. 318 N. Broadway. 

S. B., St. Louis University, 1910. 

Kate Bkeckenridge Bogle. Danville, Ky. 1502 E. Fort Ave. 

A. B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1909. 



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Ernest Speers du Bray. Cincinnati, O. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1910. 

James Thomas Brennan. Clarksburg, W. Va. 817 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1909. 

♦Nathaniel Hawley Brush. Towson. Sheppard Hospital. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Francis Patrick Carroll. Hartford, Conn. 129 Jackson PL 

S. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1911. 

David Wendel Carter, Jr. San Antonio, Tex. 120 Jackson PL 

A. B., Southwestern University, 1909, and A. M., 1910. 

Dorothy Child. Philadelphia, Pa. 104 Jackson PL 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1910. 

Mildred Clark. Brookline, Mass. 104 Jackson PL 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910. 

Howard Spencer Colwell. Auburn, N. Y. 305 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Colgate University, 1910. 

Robert Hope Crawford. Rock Hill, S. C. 1814 N. Bdway 

S. B., Davidson College, 1910. 

Isaac Davis. Pittsburgh, Pa. 116 Jackson PL 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910. 

Ralph Moore Dodson. Baker City, Ore. 1322 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 

Drayton Howard Doherty. Selma, Ala. 113 Jackson PL 

A. B., Howard College, 1910. 

John Calvert Donaldson. Philadelphia, Pa. 106 Jackson PL 

Ph B., Yale University, 1910. 

Harry Bright Dornblaser. Springfield, O. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Wittenberg College, 1907, and A. M., 1910. 

Chester Arthur Downs. Portland, Ore. 

A. B., Universitv of Oregon, 1910; Medical Student, Harvard Medical 
School, 1910-1911. 

Edmund Frederic Ducasse. Baltimore. 1632 Jefferson St. 

A. B., University of Washington, 1910. 

William Core Duffy. Wilson, N. C 812 2^. Broadway. 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1910. 

John Baxter Duncan. Macon, Ga. Ill Jackson PL 

A. B., Mercer University, 1910. 

George R. Dunn. Princeton, Minn. 1220 N. Bdway, 

Ph. B.. Hamline University, 1910. 



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Avis Chippewa Eaton. Princeton, Minn. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1909. 
Marion W. Emrick. Shamokin, Pa. 716 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B.. Franklin and Marshall College, 1910. 

Thomas Shepherd Englar. Medford. 807 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1910; Medical Student, University of 
Wisconsin, 1910-1911. 

Frank Alexander Evans. Wilkinsburg, Pa. 1624 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1910. 

* John William Faust. Schenectady, N. Y. 1900 Jefferson St. 

S. B., Union College, 1909. 

James Grant Fergusson. Forfarshire, Scotland. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1908; Medical 1024 Broadway. 
Student University of St. Andrew (Scotland), 
1910-1911. 

LeRoy Newton Fleming. Oxford, O. 1021 N. Broadway. 

A. B.. Miami University, 1910. 

Morris Flexner. Louisville, Ky. 109 Jackson PL 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1910. 

Mary Louise Frazee. Pittsburgh, Pa. 421 N. Kenwood Av. 

A. B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1908; Graduate Student, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1908-1909. 

Harold Bearce Gardner. New Hampton, la. 716 N. Bdway. 

S. B.. Grinnell College, 1910. 

Floyd Grave. Monrovia, Ind. 106 Wyndhurst Av. 

S. B., Carleton College, 1908. 

Hugh Johnson Hagan. Roanoke, Va. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B.. Washington and Lee University, 1910. 

Raymond Fisher Hain. Bernville, Pa. 122 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1910. 

Raymond Confer Hall. Mill Hall, Pa. 1516 E. Biddle St. 

S. B.. Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1909. 

*Henly Hunton Hampton. Hill City, Tenn. 109 N. Bdway. 

8. B., University of Tennessee, 1903. 

Bryant Eugene Harrell. Norfolk, Va. 1020 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1907. 

Walter Clark Haupt. Balto. 215 Longwood Rd., Roland Pk. 

Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; Graduate Student, University of 
Michigan, 1910. 



r work partly completed. 



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Mary Ashmun Hodge. San Diego, Cal. 104 Jackson PL 

A. B., Leland Standford Jr. University, 1908; Graduate Student, ibid, 
1909-1910. 

Charles Warren Hooper. Great Bend, Kan. 318 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Kansas, 1911; Medical Student, Hid., 1909-1911. 

Frank M. Houck. Boiling Springs, Pa. 136 Richmond St. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1910. 

Lyman Foster Huffman. Galion, O. 1032 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1910. 

James Elder Hutchison. Xenia, O. 1020 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1909; Graduate Student, Iowa State Uni- 
versity, 1909-1910. 

Ruth Ingraham. Brooklyn, N. Y. 239 W. Biddle St. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1907; Graduate Student, Barnard College, 1909- 
1910. 

William David Jack. Peru, Nebr. 802 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Creighton University, 1908; Graduate Student, University of 
Chicago, 1909-1910. 

Walter Falke Jones. Utica, N. Y. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1908, and A. M., 1911. 

Claude Currie Kelly. Valdosta, Ga. 1810 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1909. 

Clarence Searle Ketcham. Newburgh, N. Y. 1624 N. Bdway. 

B. L., Rutgers College, 1910. 

John Theodore King, Jr. Baltimore. 1425 Eutaw Place. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1910. 

Leigh Seward Krake. Sioux Falls, S. D. 131 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Nebraska, 1907. 

Charles Elmer Magoun. Sioux City, la. 136 Richmond St. 

A. B., Morningside College, 1910. 

Norman Clyde Marvel. Baltimore. 2026 W. Fayette St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

Rufus Ayers Morison. Big Stone Gap, Va. 2016 N. Calvert St. 

Graduate, Virginia Military Institute, 1905. 

Roscoe E. Mosiman. Aberdeen, S. Dak. 1041 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Huron College, 1910. 

Robert Davies Moyle. Toronto, Canada. 112 Jackson PI. 

A. B., McMaster University, 1908. 

John Shaffer Plumer. Emsworth, Pa. 1122 Kosher St. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1909. 



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Leslie Hall Redelings. Marinette, Wis. 706 A r . Bdway. 

S. B., Northwestern University, 1909, and M. S., 1910. 

John Davis Reichard. Fairplay. 

A. B. f Trinity College (Conn.), 1910. 

Ferdinand Oscar W. Reinhard. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Douglas Ford Robbins. Mason City, la. 

A. B., Morningside College, 1907. 

Aaron Robinson. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

*Ethel May Rockwood. Towns end, Mass. 

S. B., Simmons College, 1909. 



109 N. Broadway. 

1400 Linden Ave. 
1505 N. Caroline St. 
1100 E. Fayette St. 



S. W. cor. Ann St. 
and Fairmount Av. 



Baltimore. 



2108 Bolton St. 



Alma Sophia Rothholz. 

A. B., Smith College, 1910. 

Lippman Levy Rothschild. Buffalo, N. Y. 105 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910. 

F. Allen Rutherford. Royalton,Pa. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Lebanon Valley College, 1910. 

Harry Saltzstein. Milwaukee, Wis. 110 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1910. 

John Joseph S. Schmitt. Brooklyn, N. Y. 118 Jackson PI. 

A. B., St John's College (Brooklyn), 1910. 

John Holt Sewell. Jacksboro, Tex. 144 Jackson PI. 

E. E., University of Texas, 1908. 

Floyd Elmer Shaffer. Lebanon, Pa. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Lebanon Valley College, 1910. 

Joseph Leslie Sherrick. Monmouth, 111. 527 A T . Wolfe St. 

Monmouth College, 1908; A. M., Yale University, 1910. 



A. B., 



Leroy Briggs Sherry. Pasadena, Calif 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1910. 

Richard Lee Silvester. College Park. 



716 N. Bdway. 



S. B., Maryland Agricultural College, 
1909-1910. 



1909; 



812 N. Broadway. 

Graduate Student, ibid, 



John Frederick Smith. Cedar Falls, la. 113 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Lake Forest University, 1907. 

Landon Elwood Stubbs. Belroi, Va. 1022 N. Broadway. 

A. B. f Randolph-Macon College, 1910. 



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Students 



51 



Herbert Douglas Taylor. Baltimore. 1254 N. Broadway, 

A. B., St. John's College, 1910. 

Otto E. Utzinger. Astoria, Ore. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1910. 

Josefh Stephens Vanneman. Havre de Grace. 136 Richmond St. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1910. 

Laurie Van Valzah. Springfield, Ore. 1123 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 

Maurice Stevenson Weaver. Gettysburg, Pa. 

S. B., Pennsylvania College, 1909. 

Joseph Webb. Springfield, O. 

A. B., Wittenberg College, 1910. 

Roscoe Clayton Webb. Tracy, Minn. 

A. B., University of Minnesota, 1911. 

Jerome Pierce Webster. Plymouth, N. H. 

A. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1910. 

Harry Eugene Wilson. Tilghmans. 1028 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1910. 

Sylvain Beer Wolff. Washington, La. 1032 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1910. 

Evans Beauchamp Wood. Troy, Ala. 1041 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1907, and M. S., 1908. 

Alan Churchill Woods. Baltimore. 842 Park Ave. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

Herbert Maxwell Nash Wynne. Bethany, W. Va. 2016 N. Calvert 

S. B., Bethany College, 1906, A. M., 1907; Graduate Student, Street. 
Ohio State University, 1909. 

Isadore Zadek. Montgomery, Ala. 109 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910. 

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141 Jackson PI. 

1022 N. Bdway. 

Ill Jackson PL 

305 N. Bdway. 



First Year Class 
Prank Earl Adair. Beverly, O. 

A. B., Marietta College, 1910. 

Elizabeth Ingram Adamson. Maysville, Ky. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1911. 



1032 N. Broadway. 



1705 Fairmount Av. 



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[776 



William Willis Anderson. Danburg, Ga. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Harvey Montrevjlle Andrew. Deer Lick, Pa. 2216 N. Charles St. 

S. B., Waynesburg College, 1911. 

Charles Armstrong. Alliance, O. 1033 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Mount Union College, 1910. 
Dana Winslow Atchley. Butte, Mont. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1911. 

John Aull. Lexington, Mo. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1911. 

Arthur Maynard Bacon. Westminster. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1911. 

John Cook Baldwin. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

S. B., Hamilton College, 1910; 
1910-1911. 

Joseph Lam son Barber. 



503 N. Wolfe St. 

1034 N. Bdway. 

103 Jackson PI. 



1017 N. Bdway. 

Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 

Portland, Ore. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1907; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 
Jan. -Sept., 1908, and University of Oregon, 1909-1910. 

Roger Putnam Batchelor. Milwaukee, Wis. 1727 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1911. 
Harold Edwards Bates. Portland, Ore. 1327 N.Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 

Leo Chapman Bean. Galliopolis, O. 

Ph. B., Ohio University, 1911. 

George Braunlich. Davenport, la. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1910. 

Sam Brock. Carrollton, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Walter C. Burket. Kingman, Kans. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1911. 

James Julian Chisolm. Natchez, Miss. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Robert Albert Christman. Kresgeville, Pa. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1911. 

Frederick Christopher. Evanston, 111. 

S. B., Northwestern University, 1911. 

Admont Halsey Clark. Miyazaki, Japan. 125 Jackson PI 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1910. 

. i ii EB0O2I Hamer Clark, Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. 424 N. Bdway, 

A. B., Haverford College. 1011. 



1731 N. Bdway. 

706 N. Bdway. 

1025 N. Bdway. 

109 Jackson PI. 

144 Jackson PI. 

1731 N. Bdway. 



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Samuel Wolcott Clausen. Canandaigua, N. Y. 112 Jackson PL 

A. B., Williams College, 1910; Graduate Student, Princeton University, 
1910-1911. 

Harry Duffield Clough. New Bedford, Mass. 1006 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Brown University, 1908, and A. M., 1911. 

Alva Brown Craddock. Jackson's Gap, Ala. 318 N. Bdway. 

B. Sc, Howard College, 1908, and M. Sc, 1909; Special Student, Ibid., 

1911. 

Rena Crawford. Columbus, Miss. 102 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1903; A. M., Columbia University, 1910. 

Robert Sydney Cunningham. Anderson, S. C. 1228 N. Bdtvay. 

S. B. and A. M., Davidson College, 1911. 

Arthur Bliss Dayton. Nangatuck, Conn. 101 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Beeckman J. Delatour. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1727 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Amherst College, 1911. 

Woods Frederick Derr. Watsontown, Pa. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Bucknell University, 1911. 

Marjorie Dietz. Hazleton, Pa. 1705 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1907. 

Harold Ball Disbrow. Lakewood, N. J. 135 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Du Mont F. Elmendorf. New Brunswick, N. J. 1731 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Rutgers College, 1911. 

Reuben Johan Erickson. Galesburg, 111. 1029 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Knox College, 1911. 

Ruth Eldred Fairbank. Jacksonville, 111. 102 Jackson PL 

A. B., Illinois College, 1911. 

Roy Edwin Fallas. Los Angeles, Cal. 1029 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1911. 

Otto Alois Faust. Schenectady, N. Y. 1900 Jefferson St. 

Ph. B., Union College, 1911. 

William Carson von Glahn. Wilmington, N. C. 1228 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1911. 

Samuel James Glass, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1625 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1911. 

William Mayes Gober, Jr. Marietta, Ga. 1006 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Calvin Hooker Goddard. Baltimore. The Walbert. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 



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Lewie Muller Griffith. Columbia, S. C. 426 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., UDiversity of South Carolina, 1908. 

Roy Griffith. Bogart, Ga. 1006 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Russell Landram Haden. Crozet, Va. 1025 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

William Morris Happ. Macon, Ga. 1025 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Vernon Offutt Heddens. St. Joseph, Mo. 428 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1910. 

Stewart Vernon Irwin. Oakland, Cal. 718 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of California. Degree to be granted in December, 1911. 

Mildred Jenks. Boston, Mass. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1911. 
Morris Joseph. Passaic, N. J. 1737 Jefferson St. 

S. B., New York University, 1911 ; Medical Student, Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College, 1910-1911. 

George Lombard Kelly. Augusta, Ga. 1025 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Edward Kerk Lee. Perryman. 834 E. Preston St. 

A. B., Loyola College, 1910; Graduate Student, J. H. U., 1910-1911. 
Charles Harold McCloy. Danville, Va. 1513 E. Lafayette Av. 

Ph. B., Marietta College, 1907, and A. M., 1910. 

Roger Bower McKahan. Waynesburg, Pa. 2216 N. Charles St. 

Ph. B., Waynesburg College, 1911. 

Floyd Willcox MacRae, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 305 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 
*William Breese McWhorter. Royston, Ga. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Lee Victor Mahoney. Portsmouth, Va. 1007 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1911. 
Hertel Philip Makel. Baltimore. 411 N. Luzerne St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Mary Taylor Mason. Philadelphia, Pa. Hotel Sherwood. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1892; Graduate Student, Ibid., 1893-1894 and 
1909-1911. 

Verne Rheem Mason. Long Beach, Cal. 718 N. Bdway. 

3. B., University of California, 1911. 

Kenneth Fuller Maxcy. Washington, D.C. 2633 Guilford Av. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1911. 
•Not registered, Oct. 1C, 1911. 



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David Ralph Melen. Rochester, N. Y. 726 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Rochester, 1911. 

James Samuel Mitchener. Selma, N. C. 1810 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1909; Medical Student, University of Maryland, 
1909-1911. 

John Gardner Murray, Jr. Baltimore. Charles St. Ave. and 

a. b., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. University Parkway. 

Harvey Huston Musser. Akron, O. 136 Richmond St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Thomas Christian Peightal. Altoona, Pa. 309 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1911. 

Washington Platt. Baltimore. 802 Cathedral St. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

George Heinrichs Preston. Baltimore. 819 N. Charles St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Mary Putnam. New York, N. Y. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Bryn Mavrr College, 1910. 

Davis Neeper Richards. Germantown. 1322 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Wooster, 1911. 

Gilbert White Rosenthal. Baltimore. 815 Newington Ave. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; Graduate Student, Hid.. 1910- 
1911. 

Arnold George Scheele. Kelley's Island, O. 110 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

Adolph George Schnack. Honolulu, H. I. 428 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1910; A. M., Yale University, 1911. 

Katharine Julia Scott. Pittsfield, N. H. 626 N. Carrollton Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910; Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1910- 
1911. 

Judd Campbell Shellito. Independence, la. 109 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Donald Marsh Shewbrooks. Holden, Mass. 1029 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Middlebury College, 1909. 

Harvey M. Slater. Salem, Ore. 1330 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1911. 

Daniel Clarke Wharton Smith 2d. Balto. 216 Ridgewood Rd., 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. Roland Park. 

Lucius Ernest Smith. Lexington, Ky. 

S. B.. University of Kentucky, 1911. 



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L. Howard Smith. Huron, S. Dak. 1041 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Huron College, 1910. 

William White Southard. Redlands, Cal. 1040 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1910. 

John D. Southworth. Glendale, O. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1911. 

Virgil Preston Willis Sydenstricker. West Point, Miss. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1910, 101 JackSOU PL 

and A. M., 1911. 

Benjamin Tappan. Baltimore. 1419 Bolton St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Prescott Stearns Tucker. Washington, D. C. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1911. 802 Mass. Ave. N. E. 

Charles Roberts Thomas. Westminster. 110 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1911. 

William Clark Thomas. Bartow, Ga. 726 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Emory College, 1911. 

Donald Vaughn Trueblood. Seattle,Wash. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Washington, 1911. 

Victor Roland Turner. Newark, O. 

S. B., Denison University, 1909; A. M., Harvard University, 1911. 

John Edward Walker. Alexander City, Ala. 1040 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910, and M. S., 1911. 

Charles Luther Warner. Baltimore. Forest Park. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Charles Aloysius Welch. New Haven, Ct. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Roy Gillilan Werner. Columbus, O. 1029 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1909; Graduate Student, ibid., 1909 and 
1910 ; Medical Student, University of Chicago, Summer, 1911. 

Lawrence Richardson Wharton. Baltimore. 261 W. Hoffman St. 

Ph. B., Hiram College, 1907; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkina Univer- 
sity, 1910 and De Pauw University, 1911. 

Henry Stafford Whisman. Salinas, Cal. 1032 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of California, 1911. 

Louis Hicks Williams. Faison, N. C. 1040 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1911. 



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Edward Blaine Wix. New York, N. Y. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

F. Simon Woo. Chang Chow, China. 249 W. Hoffman St. 

A. B., St. John's University, Shanghai, 1910; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-1911. 

♦Mary Whitall Worthington. New York, N. Y. 1228 Madison Av. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1910. 



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Fourth Year 85 

Third Year 81 

Second Year 94 

First Year 97 

357* 



PHYSICIANS ATTENDING GRADUATING COURSES 
DURING 1910-1911 



H. Seth Anderton. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1910. Medicine. 
Joshua F. Abel. Waynesville, N. C. 

M. D., University of Baltimore, 1892. Pediatrics. 

Henry J. Ault. Dalton, Ga. 

M. D., Atlanta Coll. P. & S„ 1905. Medicine. 

Morriss Cahn. Lancaster, Pa. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1910. Medicine. 

Henry J. Cassidy. Roland Park. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1890. Medicine. 

Lester B. Cayins. Bloomington, 111. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1904. Medicine. 

Charles E. Clark. Sivas, Turkey. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1912. Medicine 3 Genito-Vrinary Surgery 
and Clinical Microscopy. 

Charles B. Ensor. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1903. Neurology. 

Ameen V. Fareed. Ispahan, Persia. 

M. D., University of Illinois, 1907. Medicine. 
Ira L. Fetterhoff. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1885. Gynecology. 

Norman W. File. Roanoke, Va. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1908. Medicine and Pediatrics. 
Herbert M. Foster. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1910. Medicine. 

Ernest H. Gaither. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1905. Medicine. 

Joseph S. Garrison. Baltimore. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College (Phila.), 1889. Gynecology. 

Frank Garvey. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., Medico-Chirurgical College (Phila.), 1909. Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

Henry D. Gilman. Elkton, Va. 

M. D., University College of Medicine (Richmond), 1904. Medicine. 

J. Scott Goodpaster. Owingsville, Ky. 

M. D., Louisville Hosp. Med. Coll., 1908. Medicine. 

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783] Physicians Attending Graduating Courses 59 

Arthur J. Griffeth. Comer, Ga. 

M. D., University of Georgia, 1904. Medicine. 

Robert B. Harkness. Houghton, Mich. 

If. D., Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1899. Medicine. 

Hiram A. Haskell. Jacksonville, 111. 

M. D., Northwestern University, 1899. Medicine. 

Eugene H. Hayward. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1901. Gynecology. 

E. Heller Henning. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1908. Medicine. 

Frederick M. Hodges. Richmond, Va. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1908. Medicine. 

David E. Hoff. Hagerstown. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1902. Surgical Pathology. 

John H. Hostetter. Colo, la. 

M. D., Northwestern University, 1910. Bacteriology. 

J. Knox Insley. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1908. Pediatrics. 

Edward T. Jarvis. Macomb, 111. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Chicago), 1904. Gross 
Anatomy. 

Lewis W. Jefferies. Adelaide, S. Australia. 

M. B., University of Adelaide, 1907. Pathology. 

Stephen R. Johnston. Dartmouth, N. S. 

M. D. C. M., Dalhousie University, 1906. Medicine. 

Henry O. Jones. Baltimore. 

M. D., Jefferson Medical College, 1905. Genito-Vrinary Surgery. 

Howard W. Jones. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1903. Clinical Microscopy. 

Thomas W. Kay. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1879. Medicine. 

Daniel I. Leatherman. Thurmont. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1886. Medicine. 

Kate W. Leatherman. Thurmont. 

M. D., Woman's Medical College (Phila.), 1895. Medicine. 

Harry M. Lee. New London, Conn. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1898. Surgery and 
Gross Anatomy. 

Murdock MacGregor. Fargo, N. Dak. 

M. D. C. M. f Trinity University (Toronto), 1897. Genito-Vrinary Surgery. 



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J. W. McCakveb. Brownwood, Tex. 

M. D., University of Texas, 1908. Medicine. 

Rice K. McClanahan. East Las Vegas, N. Mexico. 

M. D., Jefferson Medical College, 1898. Medicine. 

Leslie B. Millee. Kansas, City, Mo. 

M. D., University Medical College (Kansas City), 1907. Medicine. 

Fayette H. Montgomery. Danville, Ky. 

M. D., George Washington University, 1892. Ophthalmology and Gyne- 
cology. 

Robert G. Murrie. Albany, Texas. 

M. D., University of Texas, 1905. Gynecology. 

Thomas Parker. Klamath Falls, Ore. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1886. Medicine. 

Leon A. Peek. W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1897. Medicine. 

Rudolph Rix. Omaha, Nebr. 

M. D., Creighton University, 1899. Gynecology. 

Charles H. Root. Bassett, Nebr. 

M. D., University of Nebraska, 1903. Surgical Pathology and Medicine. 

William E. Sanders. Alta, La. 

M. D., Marion Sims College of Medicine, 1893. Gross Anatomy. 

Walter F. Scott. Birmingham, Ala. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1904. Genito-Vrinary Surgery. 

Maurice E. Shamer. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1910. Gynecology. 

Jacob A. Shields. Villanow, Ga. 

M. D., Chattanooga Medical College, 1903. Medicine. 

Frank H. Smith. Richmond, Va. 

M. D., University College of Medicine (Richmond), 1904. Medicine. 

Harry G. Steele. Keystone, W. Va. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1903. Gynecological 
Pathology, and Obstetrics. 

William Steele. Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1903. Medicine. 

Sidney Strauss. Chicago, 111. 

M. D., Harvard University, 1904. Medicine. 

Merrick W. Swords. Opelousas, La. 

M. D., Tulane University, 1907. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 



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William D. Whitten. Baltic, Mich. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1902. Medicine and Pediatrics. 

0. Clark Willhite. Chicago, 111. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1896. Medicine. 

James S. Woodward. Roland Park. 

M. D., Columbian University, 1880. Medicine. 

Amelia V. Zimmerman. Baltimore. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic Medical College, 1895. Medicine end 
Pediatrics . 

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Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolled and 
Their Places of Graduation 



Alabama 8 

Arkansas 4 

California 14 

Connecticut 12 

District of Columbia 3 

Florida 1 

Georgia 22 

Hawaiian Islands 1 

Idaho 1 

Illinois 9 

Indiana 8 

Iowa 9 

Kansas 3 

Kentucky 12 

Louisiana 4 

Maine 3 

Maryland (Baltimore, 35)... 19 

Massachusetts 12 

Minnesota 3 

Mississippi 3 

Missouri 7 

Montana 1 

Nebraska 2 

New Hampshire 2 

New Jersey 6 

New York 26 

Alabama Polytechnic Inst... 3 

Allegheny College 1 

Amherst College 3 

Arkansas, University of. 4 

Barnard College 2 

Baylor University 1 

Bethany College 1 

Brown University 3 

Bryn Mawr College 5 

Bucknell University 2 

Butler College 1 

California, University of 4 

Carleton College 1 

Central University (Ky.) 4 



North Carolina 11 

North Dakota l 

Ohio 20 

Oregon 8 

Pennsylvania 32 

Rhode Island 1 

South Carolina 5 

South Dakota 3 

Tennessee 2 

Texas 5 

Utah 2 

Vermont 1 

i Virginia 15 

I Washington 3 

J West Virginia S 

J Wisconsin 8 

I Wyoming 1 

Foreign 



Canada 



: China 1 

| France 1 

I Japan 1 

'Scotland 1 



Chicago, University of 11 

Cincinnati, University of 1 

Clark College 1 

Coe College 1 

Colby College 2 

Colgate University 2 

Creighton University 1 

Davidson College 9 

Denison University 1 

Dickinson College 3 

Emory College 4 

Florida, University of 1 

Franklin & Marshall College. 4 

Georgetown College 3 



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Students 



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Georgia, University of 12 

George Washington Univ .... 2 

Goucher College 4 

Grinnell College 1 

Hamilton College 2 

Hamline University 1 

Harvard University 6 

Haverf ord College 3 

Hiram College 1 

Howard College 2 

Huron College 2 

Illinois College 1 

Illinois, University of 1 

Indiana University 2 

Iowa College 1 

Iowa, University of 1 

Johns Hopkins University. . . 29 

Kansas, University of 1 

Kentucky State University . . 2 

Kenyon College 1 

Knox College 1 

Lafayette College 1 

Lake Forest University 1 

Leland Stanford Jr. Univ... 12 

Lebannon Valley College 2 

Louisiana State University . . 3 

Loyola College 1 

Marietta College 2 

Maryland Agricultural Coll.. 1 

McMaster University 1 

Mercer University 3 

Miami University 1 

Michigan, University of 1 

Middlebury College 1 

Minnesota, University of . . . . 1 

Missouri, University of 2 

Monmouth College 1 

Mount Union College 1 

Morningside College 2 

Muhlenburg College 1 

Nebraska, University of 2 

North Carolina, Univ. of 2 

N. Dakota Agri. College 1 

Northwestern University 2 



New York University 1 

Oberlin College 3 

Ohio State University 4 

Ohio Wesleyan University... 4 

Oregon, University of 6 

Paris, University of 1 

Pennsylvania College 4 

Pittsburgh, University of . . . 2 

Pomona College 1 

Princeton University 7 

Purdue University 3 

Randolph-Macon College .... 8 

Richmond College 1 

Roanoke College 2 

Rochester, University of.... 1 

Rock Hill College 2 

Rutgers College 2 

Simmons College 1 

Smith College 1 

St. John's Univ. (Shanghai). 1 

South Carolina, Univ. of 2 

Southern University 1 

Southwestern University 1 

St. John's Coll. (Annapolis). 6 

St. John's Coll. (Brooklyn).. 1 

St. Louis University 1 

Syracuse University 3 

Tennessee, University of . . . . 1 

Texas, University of 2 

Trinity College (Conn.) 5 

Union College 2 

Ursinus College 1 

Vanderbilt University 1 

Vassar College 2 

Virginia Military Institute . . 1 

Virginia, University of 3 

Wabash College 1 

Wake Forest College 4 

Washington State College ... 1 

Washington, University of.. 2 

Washingt'n & Jeffers'n Coll.. 2 

Washington & Lee Univ 4 

Waynesburg College 2 

Wellesley College 6 



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Wesleyan Univ. (Conn.) 1 

West Lafayette College 1 

Western Maryland College . . 4 

West Virginia, Univ. of 3 

Whitman College 1 

Whitworth College 1 



Williams College 6 

William Jewell College 1 

Wisconsin, University of ... . 6 

Wittenberg College 2 

Wooster, University of 1 

Yale University 22 



DOCTORS OF MEDICINE OF THE JOHNS 
HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



(When no institution is mentioned, the degree or position refers to the 
Johns Hopkins University or the Johns Hopkins Hospital. *Deeeased.) 

Joseph Longworth Nichols, A. B., 
Harvard, 1893 ; Fellow in Pathol., 
1897-1898 ; Student, Berlin, 1898- 
1899. — Asst. in Lab., Saranac 
Lake, N. Y. 

Eugene Lindsay Opie, A. B., 1893 ; 
Resident House Officer, Fellow, 
Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Path- 
ology, 1897-1904 ; Member, Rocke- 
feller Institute for' Med. Re- 
search, N. Y. ; Pathol. Presbyter- 
ian Hosp., Co-Editor, Jour. Exp. 
Med., N. Y., 1904-1910.— Profes- 
sor of Pathol., Washington Univ., 
St. Louis. 

Mary Secord Packard, A. B., Vassar, 
1892 ; Harvard Summer Sen., 
1893; Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898 ; Physician, Kingsley, 
.House (Coll. Settlement), Pitts- 
burg, 1898-1900 ; Pathologist, New 
Eng. Hosp., Boston, 1902-1903. — 
Rehoboth, Mass. 

Omar Borton Pancoast, S. B., 
Swarthmore, 1893 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1897-1898: Resident Sur- 
geon, Union Prot. Infirmary, 1898- 
1900. — Asst. Surgeon and Instr. 
in Surg., Surgeon. Baltimore. 

Clement Andariese Penrose, A. B., 
1893 ; Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898.— Member Visit. Staff, 
Church Home and Infirmary, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Richard Pearson Strong, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1893 : Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1897-1898 ; Asst. Surg., U. S. 
Army, in charge Army Path. Lab., 
Manila, 1899-1901.— Chief Gov't 
Biol. Lab'y, U. S. A. ; Phys.-in- 
Chief, Philippine Genl. Hosp., and 
Prof. Tropical Med., The Philip- 
pine Med. Sen., Manila. (15) 



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Charles Russell Bardeen, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1893 ; Asst., Assoc, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Anatomy, 1897- 
1904. — Prof, of Anatomy and 
Dean Med. Sch. Univ. of Wiscon- 
sin, Madison. 

Thomas Richardson Brown, A. B., 
1892: Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898 ; Asst. Physician and 
Assoc, in Medicine ; Assoc. Editor, 
Maryland Med. Jour. ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

♦Walter S, Davis, S. B., Amherst, 
1893 ; Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898. 

Louis Philip Hamburger, A. B., 
1893 ; Resident House Officer, 
1897 - 1898. — Assoc, and Asst. 
Physician ; Attending Physicion, 
Union Prot. Infirmary ; Hebrew 
Hosp. : Woman's Hosp. ; Children's 
Convales. Home and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Guy LeRoy Hunner, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1893 : Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident Gvne- 
cologist and Instr., 1897-1902. — 
Associate in Gynecology ; Physi- 
cian, Baltimore. 

Irving Phillips Lyon, A. B., Yale, 
1893 : Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898.— Lect. Clinical Med., 
and Librarian, Univ. of Buffalo ; 
Asst. Attending Physician, Buffalo 
Gen'l. Hosp., and Physician, j 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

William George MacCallum, A. B., 
Toronto, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, Resident Bacteriologist, 
and Asst. Resident Pathologist, 
1897-1900; Assoc, in Pathol, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Pathology, 1900- 
1908; Prof. Path. Physiol., Lec- 
turer in Forensic Med., 1908-1909, 
and Resident Pathologist, 1900- 
1909. — Visit'g. Pathol. Presbyte- 
rian Hosp. and Prof. Pathol., 
Columbia, N. Y. 

Charles Neil McBryde, S. B., South 
Carolina, 1891 : M. S., Va. Poly- 
tech. Inst, 1892.— Senior Bac- 
teriol., Biochem. Div. Dept. of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

James Famandis Mitchell, A. B., 
1891 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident Sur- 
geon, and Instr. in Surgery, 1897- 
1902. — Surg. Providence Hosp. 
and Surgeon, Washington, D. C. 



1898 

William Stevenson Baer, A. B., 
1894 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Resident Surgeon, 1898-1900 ; 
Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Ortho- 
pedic Surgery, 1900-1910. — Visit- 
ing Orthoped. Surg., Cambridge 
Hosp., Union Prot. Infirmary, 
Church Home, Robt. Garrett Hosp. 
for Children and Home for In- 
curables ; Ortho. Surg. ; Associate 
Professor of Orthopedic Surg. 

William Jephtha Calvert, A. B., 
Kentucky, 1893 ; 1st Lieut, and 
Asst. Surgeon, U. S. A., Fort 
McHenry, 1898-1902 ; Lecturer, 

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Tropical Diseases, Washington 
Univ., St. Louis, 1902-1903 ; 
Prof. Physical Diag. and Clin. 
Pathol., Univ. of Missouri, Colum- 
bia, 1903-1909 ; Baylor University, 
Dallas, Texas, 1910-1911. — Prof. 
Preventive Medicine, U. of Mo., 
Columbia. 

Patrick Joseph Cassidy, A. B., Yale, 
1894 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Backus Hosp., 1898-1899.— Visit- 
ing Pathol, and Surg. Mem. Hosp. 
and Physician, Norwich, Conn. 

♦John Williams Coe, Ph. B., Yale, 
1893 ; Senior Asst. House Staff, 
Presbyterian Hosp., N. Y., 1898- 
1899, and Resident Physician, 
1899-1900. — Asst. Clinical Pa- 
thol., Cornell Univ., and Phy- 
sician, N. Y. Died at New York 
March 6, 1911. 

Percy Millard Dawson, A. B., 1894; 
Fellow, Asst. Instr. Assoc, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Physiology, 1898- 
1909; Spec. Student, Harvard 
Divinity Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 
1909-1910. — Minister, 1st Uni- 
tarian Church, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Arthur Wells Elting, A. B., Yale, 
1894 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-1899; Asst. in Pathol., Al- 
bany Med. Sch., 1899-1900.— Sur- 
geon, Child's Hosp. Attend. Surg., 
Albanv Hosp. ; St. Peter's Hosp. 
Consult. Surg. Hudson Hosp. and 
Prof, of Surgery. x\lbany Med. 
School ; Surgeon, Albany. 

William Webber Ford, A. B., Adel- 
bert, 1893; D. P. H., McGill, 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-1899 ; Fellow, Pathol., Mc- 
Gill Univ., 1899-1901 ; Fellow, 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Re- 
search, Inst, for Infectious Dis- 
eases, Berlin, 1901-1902, and J. 
H. U., 1902-1903, Instr. and 
Assoc, in Bacterid., 1903-1906 — 
Assoc. Prof, of Hygiene and Bac- 
teriology and Lecturer in Legal 
Medicine. 

Thomas Wood Hastings, A. B., 
1894 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-1899 ; Surgeon, Hospital Ship 
"Maine," 1899-1900. — Prof. Clin- 
ical Pathol., Cornell Univ. Med. 
Coll. ; Asst. Attend. Physician, 
Bellevue Hosp. ; Physician, N. Y. 

Alfred Birch Herrick, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1894 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1898-1899 ; Resident Physi- 
cian, National Soldiers' Home, 
1899-1900; Resident Surgeon, 
P>arnes Hosp., Washington, D. C, 
1000-1904; Chief Surg. Clinic, 
Ancon Hosp., C. Z. 

.Tames Hall Mason Knox, Jr., A. B., 
Bale, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894, A. 
M., Lafayette, 1896; Resident 
House Officer, and Asst. and 
Instr. in Pediatrics, 1898-1909. — 
Asst. Pediatrician and Assoc, in 
Pediatrics; Physician in Charge, 
The Thomas Wilson Sanitarium ; 
I bjsician, Baltimore. 



Millard Langfeld, A. B., 1893.— 
Prof. Med. Bacteriol, and Em- 
bryol., Creighton Med. Coll., Bac- 
teriologist, Omaha City Board of 
Health ; Physician, St. Joseph's 
and Douglas Co. Hospitals, Mem- 
ber Omaha Milk Com. ; Visit. 
Physician, Nebr. Sch. for Deaf, 
and Physician, Omaha, Neb. 

Gertrude Underhill Light, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1894 ; Physician, Randall's 
Island Hosp. for Children, N. Y., 
1898-1899 ; Demonstrator, Pa- 
thol., Wisconsin Coll. of P. & S., 
1899-1900 ; Clinical Asst., Bellevue 
Hosp. Disp., 1901-1902. — Sanitary 
Inspector, Tenement House Dept., 
New York. 

James Daniel Madison, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-1899 ; Asst. Resident 
Physician, Danvers Insane Hosp., 
Mass., 1899-1902. — Prof. Medi- 
cine, Wis. Coll., of P. & S., Visit'g 
Ihysician, Milwaukee Hosp. and 
County Hospitals, and Physician, 
Milwaukee. 

Harry Taylor Marshall, A. B., 1894 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1898-1899 ; 
Fellow, 1899-1900 ; Asst. Resident 
Pathologist, and Instr. in Pedi- 
atrics, 1900-1906 ; Pathologist, 
Bureau of Science, and Prof. 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. Sec. and 
Registrar, The Philippine Med. 
Sch., Manila, 1906 - 1908. — Prof. 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. Univ. of 
Va., Charlottesville. 

Roger Griswold Perkins. A. B., 
Union, 1893, and Harvard, 1894 ; 
Resident I athologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1898-1901 ; Lect. 
in Bacteriol., West. Reserve Med. 
Sch., Cleveland, 1901-1904 ; Asst. 
and Assoc. Prof, of Pathol, and 
Bacteriol., 1904-1910; Prof, of 
Hygiene and Preventive Med., 
Cleveland. 

Katherine Porter, A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1894 ; House Physician, and Asst. 
Surg., N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children, 1898-1904 ; Externe, 
Orange Memorial Hosp. Disp., 
1900-1907 ; Physician Children's 
Aid and Protective Society of the 
Oranges ; Med. Insp. Orange 
Public Schs., and Physician, 
Orange, N. J. 

Joseph Hersey Fratt, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894 ; A. M., Harvard, 1901 ; Asst. 
Pathologist, City Hosp., Boston, 
1898-1900; Instr. Pathol., Har- 
vard ; Asst. Visiting Pathologist, 
City Hosp., and Asst. Pathologist, 
Children's Hosp., Boston, 1900- 
1902. — Instr. Theory and Practice 
iof Physic, Harvard ; Physician, 
Out-Patients, Mass. Gen'l Hosp., 
Boston. 

Georgiana Sands, A. B., Vassar, 
1893 ; Grad. Student, Barnard, 
1893-1894 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1898-1899. — Physician, Port 
Chester, N. Y. 



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Benjamin Robinson Schenck, A. B., 
Williams, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer and Asst. Resident and 
Resident, Gynecologist and Instr., 
1898-1903.— Jr. Attend. Gynecol., 
Harper Hosp., Consult. Obstet. 
Woman's Hosp., Assoc. Gynecol., 
Providence Hosp., and Physician, 
Detroit. 

Walter Ralph Steiner, A. B., Yale, 
1892, and A. M., 1895 ; Grad. Stu- 
dent, 1892-1894; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-1899; Asst. Visitg. 
Physician, Hartford Hosp., Conn., 
1905-1907; Pathologist and Bac- 
teriologist and Visit. Physician, 
Hartford Hosp., Consult. Physi- 
cian, Middlesex Hosp. and Hart- 
ford Orphan Asylum ; Sec. Conn. 
State Med. Soc, and Physician, 
Hartford. 

Emma Elizabeth Walker, A. B., 
Smith, 1887.— Asst. Surg., Hosp. 
for Ruptured and Crippled ; 
Member N. Y. Co. and State 
Med. Soc. N. Y. Acad, of Med 
Woman's Med. Assn., Women's 
Med. Soc. of N. Y. State, Amer. 
Soc. Sanitary and Moral Pro- 
phylaxis, and Physician, New 
York. 

Andrew Henderson Whitridge, S. B., 
Harvard, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-1899.— (Physician, Bal- 
timore. 

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1899 

Edward Erie Brownell, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Resident House Officer, 
1899-1900.— San Francisco. 

Humphrey Warren Buckler, A. B., 
1895 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst in Obstetrics, 1899 - 1906 ; 
Member State Tuberculosis Comm. ; 
Attend. Physician, Md. Hosp. for 
Consumptives ; Supt., Dr. H. A. 
Kelly's Private Hosp., and Physi- 
cian, Baltimore. 

Rufus Ivory Cole, S, B., Michigan, 
1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident, Resident Physi- 
cian, and Med. Adviser to Med. 
Students, 1899-1907; Assist. Phy- 
sician ; Assoc, in Med. in Chg. 
Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic, 1907- 
1909. — Med. Director, Rockefeller 
Hospital, N. Y. 

John Staige Davis, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Resident House Officer, 
1899-1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1900- 
1903. — Asst. Surgeon and Instr. in 
Surg., Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Charles Phillips Emerson, A. B., 
Amherst, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer ; Instructor in Med. and 
Asst. Resident Physician in charge 
of Clinical Lab., 1899-1905 ; Res. 
Physician ; Medical Adviser to 
Students and Associate in Medi- 
cine, 1905-1908; Supt. Clifton 
Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y., 1908- 



1911. — Dean and Prof, of Medi- 
cine, Indiana University Sch. of 
Med., Indianapolis. 

Blanch Nettleton Epler, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1895 ; House Physician, 
Randall's Island Hosp. for Chil- 
dren, and Interne, N. Y. Infirmary 
for Women and Children, 1899- 
1900. — City Bacteriol. and Exam, 
for State Sanatorium and Physi- 
cian, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Joseph Erlanger, S. B., California, 
1895 ; Resident House Officer, 
Fellow in Pathol. ; Asst. Instr., 
Assoc, and Assoc. Prof, of Physi- 
ology, 1899-1906; Prof, of Physi- 
ology, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madi- 
son, 1906-1910. — Prof, of Physi- 
ology, Washington Univ., St. 
Louis. 

Philip Saffery Evans, Jr., A. B., 
Yale, 1895; Intercollegiate Sec, 
Y. MS. C. A., Bait., 1899-1900; 
Clinical Asst. in Surgery, 1900- 
1901 ; Medical Missionary, Yang- 
Chow, China, 1901 - 1911. — Prof. 
Pathol., East China Union Medi- 
cal College, Nanking, China. 

Richard Holden Follis, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Externe ; Asst. Resident 
Surgeon, Resident Surgeon and 
Instr. in Surgery, 1899-1905. — 
Assoc, in Surgery ; Surgeon, Bal- 
timore. 

Frank Taylor Fulton, S. B., Knox, 
1894; A. B., 1895; Pathol. In- 
terne, City Hosp., Boston, 1899- 
1900 ; Pathologist and Director 
Pathol. Lab., R. I. Hosp., 1900- 
1909. — Visit. Phys. and Consult. 
Pathol. R. I. Hosp., Consult. Prov. 
City Hosp., Pawtucket Mem. and 
Woonsocket Hosp., and Physician, 
Providence. 

*James Daton Gallagher, A. B., 
1895 ; Physician, Private Wards, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, O., 
1899-1900. 

Henry Harris, A. B., Stanford, 1895 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1899-1900. 
Instr. Princ. and Prac. of Med. 
and Visiting Physician, Hebrew 
Orphan Asylum, Cal. Women's 
Hosp. and Mt. Zion Hosp. and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

Henry Joseph Hoye, A. B., Brown, 
1895 ; Surg. Interne, and House 
Surg., City Hosp., Boston, 1899- 
1901. — Asst. Visit. Surg., R. I. 
Hosp. ; Physician, Providence. 

Louis Williams Ladd, A. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Acting Asst. Resident Phy- 
sician, 1899-1900; Resident Phy- 
sician, Lakeside Hosp., 1900-1901. 
— Lecturer Clin. Microscopy, West- 
ern Reserve Univ. ; Clin. Micro- 
scopist, Lakeside Hosp., Cleve- 
land. 

Charles Sumner Little, A. B., Wa- 
bash, 1894, and A. M., 1903 ; 
Assoc, in Pathol., Central Coll. of 
P. and S., Indianapolis, 1903- 
1905 ; Lect. Pathol., Clin. Med., 



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Purdue Univ. ; Pathologist, City 
Hosp. and Physician to Day Nurs- 
ery, Indianapolis, Ind., 1905-1907. 
— Petersburg, Ind. 

John Arthur JLuetscher, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1899-1900 ; House Physician, 
City Hosp., Boston, 1900-1901 ; 
Asst. in Medicine, 1905-1907 — 
Asst. Physician and Instr. in 
Medicine, and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

Frank AHemong Lupton, S. B., Ala. 
Polytech., 1891, and S. M., 1892; 
Grad. Student, 1893-1894.— Mem- 
ber, Committee of Health, Jeffer- 
son Co. ; Prof, of Obstetrics, 
Birmingham Med. Coll., and Ob- 
stetrician, Hillman Hospital, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Frank Worthington Lynch, A. B., 
Adelbert, 1895 ; Asst. Resident 
and Resident Obstetrician ; Chief 
of Obstet. Clinic, and Assoc, in 
Obstetrics, 1899-1903. — Asst. Prof, 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Rush Med. Coll. ; Attend. Obstet. 
and Gynecol., Presbyterian Hosp. ; 
Visit. Obstet., St. Joseph's Hosp., 
Editor, Chicago Gyne., Soc, 
Chicago. 

Chester Lea Magee, A. B., Stanford, 
1895, and A. M., 1896 ; Asst. Resi- 
dent Physician, City Detention 
Hosp., Bait, 1899-1900; Instr. 
San Diego Training Sch. for 
Nurses, 1900-1902 ; Asst. Surg. 
Sante Fe R. R., 1903-1904.— 
Assoc, in Physiol., Coll. P. and S., 
and Physician, Los Angeles. 

Hugh Miller Moore, B. Sc. and M. 
Sc, Miami, 1895. — Physician, Ox- 
ford, O. 

♦Charles Williams Ottley, A. B., 
Princeton, 1893, and A. M., 1903 ; 
Traveling Secy. Student Volun- 
teer Movement for Foreign Mis- 
sions, N. Y., 1899-1900 ; House 
Physician, Blackwell's Island, 
Dept. of Charities, N. Y., 1900- 
1901 ; Prof. Biology, and Col- 
lege Physician, Robert Coll., Con- 
stantinople, 1901-1904 ; Physician 
and Surg., Anatolia Coll., Hosp., 
Marsovan, Turkey, 1904-1905 ; 
Student, Vienna and Berlin, 1905- 
1 00(5.— Physician, Atlanta, Ga., 
1906-1907. 

Paul Octavius Owsley, Ph. B., Yale, 
1805 ; Asst. Resident Surgeon, St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Bait, 1899-1901. 
Instr. Clin. Gynecology, N. W. 
Med. School ; Attending Surg. 
Cook Co. Hosp., and Physician, 
Evanston, 111. 

Jacob Hal] Pleasants, A. B., 1895; 
Resident House Officer, isoo- 
1000; Asst. in Med., 1901-1906. — 
Assoc. Prof. Clin. Medicine, Coll. 
P. and S., Bait.; Pres't. Dpt. 
( haritiefl and Corrections; Asst. 
Physician, and instructor in 
Medicine ; Physician, Baltimore. 



Sylvan Rosenheim, A. B., 1895 ; 
Asst. and Clinical Asst. in Laryn- 
gology, 1903-1907. — Laryngologist, 
Hebrew, Eudowood, and Jewish 
Hospitals for Consumptives ; 
Aural Surg., Bait. Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hosp. ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

John Albertson Sampson, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1899-1900; Asst. Resident 
and Resident Gynecologist, and 
Asst. in Gynecol., 1900-1904. — 
Gynecol. Albany Hosp. and So. 
End. Disp., and Clin. Prof. Gyne- 
col., Albany Med. Sch., and Phy- 
sician, Albany, N. Y. 

Halbert Severin Steensland, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1895 ; Pathol. House 
Officer, City Hosp., Boston, 1899- 
1900 ; Lect. Pathol, and Bact. and 
Director Path. Lab., Syracuse 
Univ., and Assoc. Prof, and 
Director, 1900-1908. — Pathol., St. 
Joseph's, the Syracuse Hosp. for 
Women and Children, Hosp. Good 
Shepherd, and Syracuse Free 
Disp. ; Prof. Pathol, and Bact, 
and Director, Pathol. Lab., Syra- 
cuse Univ.. Syracuse, N. Y. 

William Ridgely Stone, A. B., Prince- 
ton, 1895 ; Interne, Blackwell's 
Island, Dept of Charities, N. Y. 
City, 1899-1900. — Asst. Visiting 
Obstetrician, Maternity Hosp., 
Blackwell's Island, and Physician, 
New York. 

Edgar Randolph Strobel, A. B., 1895 ; 
Externe, 1899-1900 ; Clinical Prof. 
Dermatology, Bait. Med. Coll. ; 
Instr. and Asst. in Dermatol. ; 
Physician, Bait. 

Frederick Herman Verhoeff, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1895 ; A. M., Harvard, 1902 ; 
Exteme ; Asst Surgeon, Bait. Eye, 
Ear and Throat Charity Hosp., 
1899-1900 ; Asst. in Path., Har- 
vard Med. Sch., 1900-1902 ; Asst. 
Ophthal, Surg., Carney Hosp., 
1902-1906. — Pathologist and Asst. 
Ophthal. Surg., Mass. Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary ; Instr. 
Ophthalmic Pathol., Harvard, and 
Physician, Boston. 

William Whitridge Williams, A. B., 
1895 ; Resident Fhysician, St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Bait., 1899-1900 ; 
Asst Univ. of Prague, 1900-1901 ; 
Asst. Pathol., Harvard, 1901- 
1903 ; Graduate Asst, Out-Patient 
Dept., Mass. Gen'l Hosp., 1903- 
1905 ; Asst. in Pharmacol. West. 
Reserve Univ., Cleveland, 1905- 
1908. — Director, Webb Tubercu- 
losis Research Lab., Colorado 
Springs. 

Sarah Delia Wyckoff, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1894 ; Resident House Officer, 
1899-1900. — Attend. Physician, 
State Disp. for Tuberculosis ; Lect. 
Domestic Science and Hygiene, 
High School ; MIed. Exam., Wyom- 
ing Seminary, and Physician, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



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John Lawrence Yates, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894 ; S. B., Wisconsin, 1895 ; 
Resident House Officer, Asst. Resi- 
dent Surgeon, and Asst. in Pathol., 
1899-1902 ; Asst. Demonstrator 
Patkol., Univ. of Pa., 1902-1903; 
Pathologist, and Chief Surg. 
Asst., Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 
1904-1906. — Surgeon, Milwaukee. 
(32) 

1900 

Joseph Akerman, A. B., Georgia, 
1894, and Grad. Student, 1895- 
1896 ; Resident Physician and 
Surgeon, Presbyterian Hosp., Phil- 
adelphia, 1900-1902 ; Supt., Walker 
Memorial Hosp., Wilmington, N. 
C, 1902-1906. — Surgeon, Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

Herbert Williams Allen, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1896 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1900-1901 ; Resident Physi- 
cian, Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 
1901-1902.— Instr. Clin. Pathol., 
Med. Dept. Univ. Calif., Asst. 
Visit. Physician, St. Luke's Hosp., 
and Physician, San Francisco. 

Mabel Fletcher Austin (Mrs. E. E. 
Southard), S. B., Minnesota, 
• 1893 ; Pathologist and Interne, 
City and County Hosp., St. Paul, 
1900-1902; Pathologist, New Eng- 
land Hosp., Boston, 1903-1906 ; 
Assoc. Prof. Hvgiene, and Med. 
Director W r ellesley Coll., 1906- 
1908. — Cambridge, Mass. 

Alma Emerson Beale, A. B., Welles- 
ley, 1891 ; Marine Biological Lab., 
1893 ; Externe, 1900-1901 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Evening Disp. for 
Working Women and Girls, Bait., 
1900-1901; Interne, N. Y. Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, 
1901-1902. — Health Officer and 
Physician, Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

♦Milton Bettmann, A. B., Harvard, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1900-1901 ; Student, Univ. of Ber- 
lin, 1901-1902. 

Evelyn Briggs, A. B., Stanford, 
1896.— Sacramento, Cal. 

Lawrason Brown, A. B., 1895. — Res- 
ident Physician, Adirondack Cot- 
tage Sanitarium, Saranac Lake, 
N. Y. 

Herman Brulle. A. B., and S. B., 
Hampden - Sidney, 1895 ; Grad. 
Student, 1895 - 1896 ; Externe, 
1900-1901.— Medical Agent, City 
Charities and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

Curtis Field Burnam, A. B., Central 
Univ. Ky., 1895 ; Grad. Student, 
1895-1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident 
Gynecologist, 1900-1904. — Assoc, 
in Gynecology ; Surg.-in-Chief, 
Cambridge Hosp., and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Arthur Smith Chittenden, A. B., 
Yale, 1896 ; House Surgeon, N. Y. 
Hosp., 1900-1902.— Asst. in Path., 



Columbia ; Visiting Pathologist, 
Lincoln Hosp., Physician, N. Y. 

Henry Asbury Christian, A. B. and 
A. M., Randolph-Macon, 1895, and 
Grad. Student, 1895-1896; A. M., 
Harvard, 1903 ; Asst. Pathol., 
City Hosp., Boston, 1900-1902 ; 
Instructor, Pathol., Harvard ; 
Asst. Visiting Pathologist, City 
Hosp. and Children's Hosp., Bos- 
ton, 1902-1905 ; Asst. Visiting 
Physician, L. I. Hosp., 1905. — 
Hersey Prof., Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physic, Harvard ; Dean, 
Faculty of Med. and Medical 
School, Harvard ; Physician-in- 
Chief, Carney Hosp. ; Physician- 
in-Chief (elect), Peter Brent 
Brigham Hosp., and Physician, 
Boston. 

William Remskart Dancy, S. B., 
Georgia, 1896 ; House Physician 
(1900-1901) and Surgeon, Seney 
M. E, Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1901-1902; Grad. Student. Uni- 
versities Berlin and Vienna, 
1902-1903; Res. Supt. Savannah 
Hosp., 1903-1904. — Instr. Sav'h 
Hosp. Tr. Sen. for Nurses and 
Telfair Hosp. Tr. Sen. ; Mem- 
ber Attend. Staff, Savannah Hosp., 
and Physician, Savannah, Ga. 

Frank Curtiss Davis, A. B., Am- 
herst, 1905. — Physician, Los An- 
geles, Cal. (Degree granted De- 
cember 4, 1899.) 

Augustus Hartje Eggers, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1896. — Physician, Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

Henry Courtney Evans, A. B., Adel- 
bert, 1896 ; Interne, Western 
Penna. Hosp., Pittsburg, 1901- 
1902. — Physician, Youngstown, O. 

Rose Fairbank (Mrs. Rose Fairbank 
Beals), A. B., Smith, 1895. — Asst. 
Resident Physician, Hosp. Union 
Missionary Society, Jhansi, India, 
1901-1905.— Physician Amer. Mo- 
rathi Mission Hosp., Wai, India. 

Clarence B. Farrar, A. B., Harvard, 
1896; Grad. Student, Heidelberg, 
1902-1904 ; Research Asst., Car- 
negie Inst, of Wash., 1904-1906; 
Instr. in Psychiatry, 1906-1908; 
Asst. Physician and Director, 
Laboratory, Sheppard and Pratt 
Hosp., Towson ; Visit'g Physician, 
City Detention Hosp., Bay View ; 
Asst. Neurol, and Assoc, in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Arthur Lawrence Fisher, S. B., Cali- 
fornia. 1896 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1900-1901 ; Fellow, Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Med. Research, 
1901-1902 ; Asst. Visiting Surg., 
Mt. Zion Hosp., 1902-1908.—- 
Physician, San Francisco. 

William Alexander Fisher, Jr., A. B., 
Princeton, 1896 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1900-1901 ; Res. Physician, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Bait, 
1901-1902.— Visit. Surg. U. P. I. ; 
Instr. in Surg., and Surgeon, 
Baltimore. 



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Howard Fletcher, A. B., Randolph 
Macon, 1895, and Grad. Student, 
1895-1896. — Physician, Fairfax, 
Virginia. 

Joseph Marshall Flint, S, B., Chi- 
cago, 1895 ; A. M., Princeton, 
1900, and Yale, 1907 ; Assoc. 
Univ. of Chicago, 1900-1901 ; 
Prof. Anatomy, Univ. of Cali- 
fornia, 1901-1907. — Prof. Surg., 
Yale Univ., New Haven, Conn. 

William Patrick Healy, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1896 ; Interne, N. Y. City 
Hosp., 1900-1902 ; Gynecol. In- 
terne, Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y., 
1902-1903 ; Asst. Gynecol. Vander- 
bilt Clinic, and Clin. Instr. Gyne- 
cology, Coll. P. & S. (N. Y.), 
1903-1908. — Attend. Surg. Ford- 
ham Hosp. ; Asst. Surg., J. Hood 
Wright Hosp. ; Jr. Gynecol., Roose- 
velt Hosp., Attend. Gynecol. 
Misericordia Hosp. ; Clin. Prof. 
Surg. Fordham Univ., N. Y. 

♦William Faithful Hendrickson. A. 
B., 1896 ; Asst. Demonstrator 
Pathol., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
1900-1902. 

Albion Walter Hewlett, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1895 ; House Physician, 
N. Y. Hosp., 1900-1902 ; Asst. 
Prof. Princ. and Pract. of Med. 
Cooper Med. Coll., San Francisco, 
1906-1908. — Prof. Int. Med. and 
Director of Clin. Lab. Univ. of 
Mich., Ann Arbor. 

William Crissey Kellogg, A. B., 
Yale, 1896 ; Resident Physician, 
Soldiers' Home, Washington, 1900- 
1901. — Prof. Physiol. Univ. of 
Georgia; and Physician, Augusta, 
Georgia. 

Preston Keys, A. B., Bowdoin, 1896, 
and A. M., 1900. — Asst. Prof. 
Experimental Pathol., Univ. of 
Chicago. 

*Leona Lebus, S. B., Wellesley, 1889. 
— Los Angeles, Cal. (Died No- 
vember 20, 1908. 

Warren Harmon Lewis, S. B., Mich- 
igan, 1894, and Asst., 1894-1896; 
Asst. Instr., and Assoc, in Anat., 
1900-1904. — Associate Prof. of 
Anatomy. 

Harry Wilson Little, S. B., Wabash, 
1896, A. M., 1905 ; House Physi- 
cian, Maternity, City and Epilep- 
tic Hosps., Blackwell's Island, N. 
Y., 1901-1903.— Pres. & G. M. the 
G. W. Little Coal Co., Evansville, 
Indiana. 

Ellen Louise Lowell (Mrs. Ellen 
Lowell Stevens), A. B. ; Stanford, 
1896 ; Resident Physician, N. Y. 
Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, 1900-1902; Asst. Genl. Med. 
Clinic, Presbyterian Hosp. Disp., 
1902-1903; Asst. Babies' Hosp. 
Disp., Chief of Children's Clinic, 
Harlem Hosp. Out-Patient Dept, 
N. Y., 1903-1904. — Physician, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

•John Bruce MacCallum, A. B., 
Toronto, 1896; Asst. in Anatomy, 



1900-1902.— Asst. Prof. Physi- 
ology, Univ. of California, Berke- 
ley, 1902-1906. 

Mary Wilbur Marvell, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1894 ; Interne, New England 
Hosp., Roxbury, 1900-1901. — Phy- 
sician, Fall River, Mass. 

Clara Meltzer (Mrs. John Auer), A. 
B., Barnard, 1896 ; Grad. Student, 
1900-1901 ; Research Scholar, 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Re- 
search ; Ophthalmologist, Harlem 
Hosp. Disp., 1901-1903. — Clin. 
Asst. and Asst. Surg. N. Y. Eye 
and Ear Infirmary, 1901-1911. — 
Ophthalmologist, N. Y. Infirmary 
for Women and Children, and 
Physician, N. Y. 

Clelia Duel Mosher, A. B., Stanford, 
1893, and A. M., 1894 ; Asst., and 
Instr., Hygiene, Stanford Univ., 
1893-1896 ; Gynecological Asst, 
Dr. Kelly's Sanatorium, Balti- 
more, and Externe, 1900-1901 ; 
iSpec. Asst. Palo Alto Board of 
Health for study of Typhoid 
fever epidemic of April, 1903. — 
Asst. Prof, and Dir. Women's 
Gymn. and Assoc. Prof. Personal 
Hygiene, Stanford Univ., and 
Physician, Palo Alto, Cal. 

Hannah Glidden My rick, A. B., 
Smith, 1896; Interne, New Eng- 
land Hosp., Roxbury, 1900-1901. 
— Attend. Physician, ibid. Physi- 
cian, Dorchester, Mass. 

♦Edward Spiller Oliver, A. B., 1895 ; 
Physician, Saranac Lake, N. Y., 
1900-1902. 

Ricard Foster Rand, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895, and Grad. Student, 1895- 
1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
1900-1901 ; Resident Surgeon, Par- 
ker Hosp., Univ. of Missouri, Co- 
lumbia, 1901-1902.— Asst. Surg'l 
and Gynecol. Clinics, Yale Univ. ; 
Asst. Obstet. New Haven Hosp., 
and Physician, New Haven, Conn. 

Dorothy Mi. Reed (Mrs. Charles E. 
Mendenhall), B. L. Smith, 1895: 
Grad. Student, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., 1895-1896 ; Resident House 
Officer, and Fellow in Pathol., 
1900-1902 ; Resident Physician, 
Babies' Hosp., N. Y., 1902-1906.— 
Madison, Wis*. 

Glanville Yeisley Rusk, A. B., 1896; 
Resident House Officer, 1900- 
1901 ; Asst. Physician, Sheppard 
and Pratt Hosp.. Asst. in Psychi- 
atry and Clinical Asst. in Neurol- 
ogy, 1902-1903 ; Path. Institute, 
Ward's Island, N. Y., 1903-1910. 
— Asst. Prof. Pathol., Univ. of 
Calif., Berkeley. 

Florence Rena Sabin, S. B., Smith, 
1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Asst. in 
Zoology. 1895 - 1896 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1900-1901 ; Holder 
Woman's Fellowship in Anatomv, 
1901-1902; Asst. Instr., and 
Assoc, in Anatomy, 1902-1905. — 
Co-Editor, Anatom. Record and 
Assoc. Prof, of Anatomy. 



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William Francis Mattingly Sowers, 
A. B., Princeton, 1896 ; Resident 
House Officer, Asst. Resident, Res- 
ident Surgeon ; Assistant and 
Instr., 1900-1907. — Assoc, in Surg. 
George Washington Univ., Sur- 
geon, Washington, D. C. 

Ellen Appleton Stone, A. B., Rad- 
cliffe, 1895 ; A. M., Brown, 1896 ; 
Interne, Hosp. for Women and 
Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 1901- 
1902 ; Res. Physician, Children's 
Hosp., Buffalo, N. Y., 1902-1903. 
— Med. Inspector Public Schools, 
Physician Med. Out-Pat. Dept. 
for Children, R. I. Hosp., and 
Physician, Providence. 

Mortimer Warren, A. B., Bowdoin, 
1896 ; Externe, City Hosp., Bos- 
ton, 1900-1901. — Instr. Clin. Pa- 
thol., Cornell Med. Sen., and Di- 
rector, Pathol. Lab., Roosevelt 
Hosp., and Physician, New York. 

Paul Gerhardt Woolley, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1896 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1900-1901 ; Fellow in Pathol., 
McGill Univ., Montreal, 1901- 
1902 ; Pathol. Biol. Lab. and Di- 
rector, Gov't Serum Lab., U. S. 
A., Manila, 1902-1906; Chief, 
Siamese Gov't Serum Lab., Phrap- 
atoom, Siam, 1906-1907; Chief 
Inspr. Health and Med. Adviser, 
Dept. Interior, Bangkok, 1907- 
1908; Assoc. Prof. Path. Anat. 
Univ. of Nebraska, Omaha, 1908- 
1909. — Director, Laboratories Cin- 
cinnati Hosp. and Dean of the 
Med. Sch. and Prof. Pathol. Univ. 
of Cincinnati, O. (44) 

1901 

♦Alexander Montague Atherton. A. 
B., Wesleyan (Conn.), 1897; 
Resident Physician, Charity Hosp., 
Blackwell's Island, N. Y., 1901- 
1902; died at Liberty, N. Y., 
Aug. 28, '03. 

Frederick Henry Baetjer, A. K, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1901-1902. — Assoc, in Surgery in 
Charge of Actinographic Dept.. 
and Physician, Bait. 

William Dwight Baldwin, A. B., 
Yale, 1897 ; Clinical Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1901-1902 ; House Physician, 
St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y., 1903-1904. 
— Physician, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

John McWilliam Berry, S, B., Cor- 
nell, 1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1901-1902. — Orthoped. Surg, and 
Radiographer, Albany Hosp., and 
Physician, Albany, N. Y. 

Walter Herbert Blakeslee, A. B., 
Amherst, 1897, and A. M., 1903; 
Asst. Resident Physician, N. Y. 
Lying-in Hospital (6 months) ; 
Asst. Med. Examiner, Penna. R. R. 
Relief Dept., Philadelphia, 1902- 
1908 ; Resident, Episcopal Hosp., 
Philadelphia, 1908-1909. — Physi- 
cian, Philadelphia. 



Horace Dechamps Bloombergh, A. 
B., Lafayette, 1897 ; First Lieut. 
Med. Corps, U. S. A., 1901-1906; 
Capt. and Major Med. Corps, 
U. S. A., 1907-1911.— Member 
U. S. Army Board for Study of 
Trop. Diseases, Manila, P. I. 

Thomas Richmond Boggs, S. B., 
Univ. of Georgia, 1896, and Grad. 
Student, 1896 - 1897 ; Resident 
House Officer and Acting Asst. 
Resident Physician, 1901-1903 ; 
Asst. in Med. and Asst. Resident 
Physician in charge Med. Bact. 
Lab., Asst. Resident Physician in 
Charge Clin. Laby., 1904-1908; 
Assoc, in Medicine, Res. Physician 
and Med. Adviser to Students 1 , 
1908-1911. — Assoc. Prof. Med. and 
Phys. in Chief, City Hosp., Bay 
View. 

John Robert Bosley, A. B., Western 
Md., 1896, and A. M. 1903 ; Grad. 
Student, 1896-1897.— Capt. Med. 
Corps, U S. A., Manila, P. I. 

Charles Henry Bunting, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1896, and Fellow, 1896- 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1901-1902 ; Asst. Demonstrator 
Pathol., Univ. of Pa., 1902-1903; 
Instr. in Pathol., 1903-1904; Pa- 
thologist, Bay View Hosp. ; Asst. 
Resident Pathologist and Asso- 
ciate in Pathology, 1904-1906; 
Prof. Pathol, and Pathologist 
Univ. Hosp., Univ. of Va., Char- 
lottesville, 1906-1908. — Prof. Pa- 
thol., Univ. Wisconsin, Madison. 

Joel Ives Butler, Ph. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Acting Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1901-1902; Externe Surg. 
Path, and Asst. in Anatomy, 1902- 
1903; Clinical Asst. G.-U. Surg., 
1903-1904; House Surg., Mass. 
Genl. Hosp., Boston, 1904-1905. — 
Instr. in Surg., Yale Med. Sch. ; 
Asst. Surg. New Haven Hosp. and 
Surgeon, New Haven, Ct. 

Harry Wardell Carey, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Asst. Pathol., Bender 
Hygienic Lab., Albany, 1901- 
1903. — Instructor, Physiol.Chem., 
1908, and Physical Diag. Albany 
Med. School, 1909-1911.— Attend. 
Physician, Samaritan Hosp., Di- 
rector, Cluett Path. Lab., Physi- 
cian in Chg. Lakeview Sanatorium 
and City Bacteriologist, Troy, 
N. Y. 

Eleanor Sarah Chace (Mrs. Edward 
Herbert), S. B., Wellesley, 1894, 
Interne, Worcester Memorial Hosp., 
1902. — Physician, Fall River, 
Mass. 

Robert Thornton Comer, A. B., 
Alabama, 1896; Grad. Student, 
1896-1897. — Physician, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Guy Leartus Connor, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1897. — Asst. Neurol. Har- 
per Hosp. and Children's Free 
Hosp. and Physician, Detroit, 
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Ray Connor, A. B., Williams, 1897 ; 
House Surgeon, Manhattan Eve 
land Ear Hosp., N. Y., 1902-1903. 
— Ophthalmologist and Otologist, 
Children's Free Hosp. ; Clin. Prof. 
Ophthalmol, and Otology, Detroit 
Coll. of Med., and Physician, De- 
troit, Mich. 
George Silas Drake, Jr., A. B., Yale, 
1897, Resident Physician, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, Bait., 1902- 
1905 ; Assoc. Surg., St. Louis 
Free Skin and Cancer Hosp., 1905- 
1909.— Surg. -in-chief, Social Serv- 
ice Hosp., and Surgeon, St. Louis. 
Adelaide Dutcher, S. B., Wisconsin, 
1897 ; Asst. Obstetrician, Hosp. 
for Women and Children, and 
Physician, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Harry Atwood Fowler, S. B., Minne- 
sota, 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, and Clinical Asst. Genito- 
urinary Diseases, 1901-1903. — 
Assoc. Skin and Venereal Dis- 
eases, Eastern Disp. and Casualty 
Hosp., Prof. G.-U. Diseases, How- 
ard Univ., Physician, Washington, 
D. C. 
Frederick Parker Gay, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1897 ; Fellow, Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research ; Asst. 
Demonstrator of Pathol., Univ. of 
Penna., 1901-1903; Student, In- 
stitute Pasteur, Brussels, 1903- 
1906 : Bacteriol., Danvers Insane 
iHosp., 1906-1907 ; Asst. and Instr. 
in Pathol., Harvard Med. School, 
1907-1910. — Prof, of Pathol. Univ. 
of California, 1910. 
Neil Duncan Graham, A. B., 1897 ; 
Assoc. Prof. Hygiene and Prevent. 
Med., Howard Univ., and Physi- 
cian, Washington, D. C. 
Gardner Wells Hall, A. B., Harvard, 
1898 ; Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 
1901-1902. — Physician, Boston. 
Louis Virgil Hamman, A. B., Rock 
Hill, 1896; Grad. Student, 1896- 
1897 ; House Physician, New York 
Hosp., 1902-1903.— Attend. Physi- 
cian, Maryland Hosp. for Con- 
sumptives ; Physician in Charge, 
Phipps' Disp. Assoc, in Med., and 
Physician, Bait. 
Rolland Frederick Hastreiter, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1897 ; Resident House 
Officer and Clinical Asst. in Ob- 
stetrics, 1901-1902 ; Asst. in Anat. 
Wis. Coll. of P. & S., 1903-1904.— 
Physician, Los Angeles, Gal. 
Joseph Henry Hathaway, A. B., 
Iowa Coll., 1894, and Harvard, 
1896, and A. M., 1897; Resident 
House Officer, 1901-1902 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, The Glen Springs, 
Watkins, N. Y., 1902-1903; Resi- 
dent Pathol., Boston Free Hosp. 
for Women, 1903-1904 ; Instr. in 
Anat. Cornell, 1905-1909; Med. 
Exam. Cornell Univ. Gym., Ithaca, 
1906-1909.— Prof. Anatomy, Univ. 
Louisville, Louisville. 
James Morley Hitzrot, A. B., Prince- 
ton, 1897 ; Itesident House Officer, 



1901-1902 ; House Surgeon, New 
York Hosp., 1902-1903.-— Instr. in 
Surg. Cornell Univ. ; Assoc 
Attend. Surg., N. Y. and Hudson 
St. Hospitals ; Asst. Attend. Surg. 
Bellevue Hosp., and Physician, 
New York. 
Gerry Rounds Holden, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; House Surg., Roosevelt 
Hosp., N. Y., 1902-1903 ; Resident 
Gynecologist, and Instr. in Gyne- 
col., 1903JL905. — Gynecologist, St. 
Luke's Hosp. and Fla. Hosp. for 
Insane at Chattahoochee and 
Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Edward Hicks Hume, A. B. Yale, 
1897 ; John W. Garrett Interna- 
tional Fellow in Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Univ. Coll., Liverpool, 
1901-1902 ; Third Asst. Surg, and 
Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 1902- 
1903, Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. Pub- 
lic Health and Marine Hosp. Serv- 
ice, and Research Worker, Govern- 
ment Laboratory, Parel, Bombay, 
India, 1903-1905. — Physician in 
Charge, Med. Dept., The Yale Coll. 
in China, The Yale Mission Hosp. 
and Assoc. Editor, China Med. 
Jour., Changsha Hunan Prov., 
China. 
W T illiam Bernard Johnston, A. B., 
Harvard, 1897 ; Asst. Resident 
Pathologist, 1901-1902. — Europe. 
Harry M. Kaufman, A. B., 1897 ; 
Resident Physician, Jewish Hosp., 
Philadelphia, 1901-1902.— Consult. 
Physician, German Orphan Asy- 
lum ; Attend. Physician Ruppert 
Home and Physician, Washington, 
D. C. 
Theodore Lamson, Ph. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Barnes Hosp., Washington, 1901- 
1902. — First Lieut, and Asst. 
Surg., U. S. A., Manila, P. I. 
D wight Milton Lewis, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Medical House Officer, City 
Hosp., Boston, 1901-1903.— Clin. 
Instr. Med., Yale Med. Sch. ; Pa- 
thol., Hosp. of St. Raphael ; Bac- 
teriol, Board of Health, and Physi- 
cian, New Haven, Conn. 
W r arfield Theobald Longcope, A. B., 
1897 ; Resident Pathologist, Penn. 
Hosp., Philadelphia, 1901-1903 ; 
Director, Ayer Clinical Lab., 
Penna. Hosp., 1904-1910 ; Asst. 
Prof. Applied Med. Univ. of 
Penna., Philadelphia, 1909-1911.— 
Asst. Prof. Med., Columbia Univ., 
N. Y. 
William Harvey Maddren, S. B., 
Brooklyn Polytech. Inst., 1896; 
Grad. Student, 1896-1897.— Asst. 
Visiting Surg., King's County 
and Bradford St. Hosp., L. I., 
State and Samaritan Hospitals, 
and Physician, Brooklyn. 
Elizabeth Sutton Moore (Mrs. G. L. 
McKinney), S. B., Wilson Coll., 
Pa., 1895 ; Grad. Student, Cor- 
nell, 1896-1897 ; Interne, New 
England Hosp., Boston, 1901- 



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1902 ; Pathologist, Passavant 
Hosp., 1903-1908, and Physician. 
Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. 

Henry Pickering Parker, A. B., 1896 ; 
Demonstrator of Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Western Reserve Univ, 
1901-1902; Resident Pathologist, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1902- 

1903 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Bait., 1903-1904; Clini- 
cal Asst. in Med. ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Robt. Garrett Hosp. for 
Children, 1904-1905 ; Asst. to 
the Prof, of Clin. Med., George- 
town Med. Sen. ; Asst. in Dis- 
eases of Throat and Chest, 
Emergency Hosp., 1905-1908. — 
Prof. Medicine, Howard Univ., and 
Visit. Physician, Freedman's Hosp., 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Maurice J. Rubel, S. B., Chicago, 
1897; Resident House Officer, 
1901-1902. — Physician, Chicago. 

John Cleveland Salter, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; House Physician, St. Luke's 
Hosp., N. Y., 1901-1902; Resident 
Physician, N. Y. Lying-in Hosp., 
1903-1904. — Instr. Clin. Micpy., 
Washington Univ. ; Visit. Phys>. 
St. Louis Skin and Cancer Hosp. 
and City Hosp., and Physician, 
St. Louis. 

Mabel Palmer Simis (Mrs. H. L. 
Ulrich), S. B., Cornell, 1897. — 
Physician, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Josiah Morris Slemons, A. B., 1897 ; 
Resident House Officer and Clini- 
cal Asst. in Obstetrics, 1901-1902 ; 
Asst., Asst. Resident, and Resi- 
dent Obstetrician, 1902 - 1904, 
Instr. and Assoc, in Obstetrics, 

1904 - 1909. — Assoc. Professor ; 
Physician, Bait. 

Herbert Meloy Smith, A. B., Roan- 
oke, 1892, and A. M., 1897 ; Grad. 
Student, 1894-1895 ; Capt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., care of War 
Dept., Washington, 1901-1910.— 
Physician, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Nelson Spratt, S. B., Minne- 
sota, 1897 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1901-1902 ; House Surgeon, 
New York Eye and Ear Infirmarv, 
1902-1903 ; House Surg. Mass. 
Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
Boston, 1903-1905. — Attend. Oph- 
thalmologist and Otologist, As- 
bury M. E. Hosp. Clin. Instr. 
Ophthal. and Otol. Univ. of Minn., 
and Physician, Minneapolis. 

Albert Louis Steinfeld, A. B., 1897; 
Director, Histol. and Pathol. Lab- 
oratories, and Resident Physician, 
Lucas Co. Hosp., Toledo, O., 1901- 
1902; Prof. Histol. and Pathol., 
Toledo Med. Coll., 1903-1904; 
Lect. in Ear, Nose and Throat, 
Toledo Med. Coll., 1906-1911. — 
Physician, Toledo, O. 

Carlotta Mary Swett (Mrs. C. H. 
Bunting), A. B., Wellesley, 1896; 
Grad. Student, Maine State Coll., 
1896 ; Interne, New England 



Hosp., Boston, 1901-1902. — Madi- 
son, W T is. 

Henry Ludwig Ulrich, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1897 ; Prof. Pathol, and 
Histol., Univ. of Dallas, Texas, 
1901-1902 ; Physician, Tubercu- 
losis Wards, City Hosp., 1908- 
1909. — Visit'g. Physician and Di- 
rector of Laboratories, City Hosp. ; 
Instr. in Med., Univ. of Minne- 
sota, and Physician, Minneapolis. 

Albert James Underhill, A. B., 1897. 
— Externe in Surgery ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Marian Bartholow Walker (Mrs. 
Marian Walker Williams), A. B., 
Radcliffe, 1898. — Physician, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Louis Marshall W T arfield, A. B., 
1897 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Res. Physician, Thomas Wil- 
son Sanitarium, 1901-1902 ; Instr, 
Clin. Microscopy, Washington Univ 
Med. Sen., St. Louis, 1905-1909 — 
Asst. Supt. and Pathologist, Mil 
waukee Co. Hosp., Wauwatosa : 
Wisconsin. 

George William Warren, A. B., 1897 
— Physician, New York. 

Stephen Hurt Watts, A. M., Ran 
dolph-Macon, 1896 ; Student, Univ 
of Virginia, 1896-1897 ; Resident 
House Officer. Asst. Resident and 
Resident Surgeon, 1901-1907. — 
Prof, of Surg., Univ. of Virginia, 
and Surg.-in-chief Va. Hosp., 
Charlottesville. 

Ernest Alden Wells, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; House Surgeon, N. Y. 
Hosp., 1901-1902. — Asst. Visit. 
Surg, to Hartford Hosp. and 
Surgeon, Hartford, Conn. 

♦Mabel Wells, A. B., Wellesley, 
1896 ; Student, Univ. of Zurich, 
1897. — Med. Exam. Roland Park 
and Arundel Schools, Baltimore, 
1905-1906. 

John Montgomery West, A. B., 1896 ; 
Student, Universities of Berlin, 
Vienna and Halle, 1902-1906; 
Asst. in Larvngol. and Rhin., 
1907-1910. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Charles Knickerbacker Winne, Jr., 
A. B., 1897 ; Externe, 1901-1902 ; 
Acting Resident House Officer ; 
Asst., Res. Physician, Thos. Wil- 
son Sanitarium, 1902-1903; Asst. 
Bender Hygienic Lab., Albany, 
N. Y., 1903-1905.— Instr. Theory 
and Prac. of Med., Albany Med. 
Coll. ; Asst. Attend. Physician, 
Albany Hosp. and Contagious 
Dept, Albany Hosp., Child's Hosp., 
So. End Disp. and Home for the 
Friendless ; Physician, Albany. 
(53) 

1902 

John Auer, S. B., Michigan, 1898 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1902-1903 ; 
Instr. Phvsiol., Harvard Med. 
Sen., 1906-1907 ; Asst. and Assoc, 
Rockefeller Inst, 1907 - 1909.— 



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Assoc. Member, Rockefeller Insti- 
tute for Medical Research, N. Y. 

John Bradford Briggs, Jr., S, B., 
New York Univ., 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, and Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1902-1904. — Asst. in Pathol, 
and Bact., George Washington 
Univ., and Physician, Washington, 
D. C. 

Bennett Bernard Browne, Jr., A. B., 
1898 ; Asst. Ophthalmologist, 
Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat Char- 
ity Hosp., 1903-1906. — Clinical 
Asst. Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Consult. Physician, Emergency 
Hosp., Annapolis, and Physician, 
Baltimore and Annapolis. 

Robert Martin Bruns, A. B., Vir- 
ginia, 1896; Grad. Student, 1897- 
1898 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Springfield State Hospital, Sykes- 
ville, Md., 1902-1903. — Physician, 
Bait. 

William Morgan Case Bryan, A. B., 
Washington Univ., 1897; M. S., 
Michigan, 1898 ; Resident Physi- 
cian, German Hosp., Philadelphia, 
1902-1904 ; Instr. Clin. Micro- 
scopy and Chem., Med. Dept., St. 
Louis Univ., 1904-1905. — Instr. 
Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, 
ibid.; Oto-Laryngol. to Alexian 
Bros. Hosp. and Physician, St. 
Louis. 

♦Camillus Bush, S. B., California, 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
and Asst. Res. Surgeon, 1902- 
1904.— Visit. Surg., St. Helena 
Sanitarium ; Instr. in Surg., Univ. 
of Calif., and Surgeon, San Fran- 
cisco. (Died May 28, 1910.) 

John Woolman Churchman, A. B., 
Princeton, 1898, A. M., 1901 ; Res- 
ident House Officer, and Clinical 
Asst. G.-U. Surgery, 1902-1905; 
Voluntar Asst. Surg. Clinic, Bres- 
lau, 1905-1906; Asst. Res. Sur- 
geon, 1906-1909; Resident Sur- 
geon and Instr. in Surgery, 1909- 
1911. — Surgeon, Bait. 

Thomas Wood Clarke, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1902-1903 ; Resident Physi- 
cian, Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 
1903-1905 ; Vol. Asst, Charite 
Krankenhaus, Berlin, 1905-1906 ; 
Act. Clin. Asst., Children's Hosp., 
and Research Student, St. Barth- 
olomew's Hosp., London, 1906- 
1907 ; Fellow Rockefeller Inst, 
N. Y., 1907-1908; Clin. Asst., 
Vanderbilt Clinic, 1907-1910 ; 
Asst. in Pediatrics, Columbia, 
1909-1910; Asst. Editor Medical 
Record, 1909-1910.— Attend. Ped- 
iatrist, Faxton Hosp., and Physi- 
cian, Utica, N. Y. 

Henry Wireman Cook, A. B., 1898 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1902- 
1 908 ; Late Asst. Resident, Thomas 
Wilson Sanitarium. — Visiting Pby- 
eician, Senior Staff Memorial 
Hosp ; Asst. in Med. Univ. of 



Minnesota, and Physician, Minne- 
apolis. 

Jacob Jones Coons, S. B., Ohio Wes- 
leyan, 1898 ; Clinical Asst. in Med- 
icine, Asst. Resident Surgeon, N. 
Y. Lying-in Hosp., 1902-1903 ; 
Asst. Res. Surg., Kensingeon 
Hospital, Phila., 1903-1904 ; Lect. 
Clin. Med. Starling-Ohio Med. 
Coll., Pathologist, Mt. Carmel 
Hosp., and Physician, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Gustavus Charles Dohme, A. B., 
1898. — Prof. Chemistry, Maryland 
Med. Coll., and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

David Hough Dolley, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1897, and A. M., 
1898 ; Resident Pathologist, St. 
Vincent's Charity Hosp., 1902- 
1903 ; Asst. Demonstrator Pa- 
thol., West. Reserve Univ., and 
Resident Pathologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1903 - 1904 ; 
Prof. Histol. and Pathol., Univ. 
of N. C, Chapel Hill, 1906-1910. 
— Prof. Pathol., Univ. Missouri, 
Columbia. 

Ralph Duffy, A. B., 1898; Pathol- 
ogist, Western Penna. Hosp., 
Pittsburg, 1902-1908; Res. Surg., 
Franklin Sq. Hosp., Baltimore, 
1908-1909; Surg. Scotland Sani- 
torium, Lawrinburg, N. C., 1909- 
1911. — Physician, Bait. 

John Dunlop, S. B., Princeton, 1898 ; 
Asst. Resident Physician, Thos. 
Wilson Sanitarium, 1902 ; Externe 
in Surgery, 1902-1903; Asst. Res. 
Physician, U. P. I., Bait, 1903 ; 
Orthopedic House Officer, Carney 
Hosp., Boston, 1904-1905. — At- 
tend. Phys. Home for Incurables ; 
Ortho. Surg., Children's Hosp., 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

William Gage Erving, A. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Orthopedic House Surgeon, 
Carney Hosp., Boston, 1902-1903. 
— Ortho. Surgeon Providence 
Hosp. and Freedman's Hosp., Prof. 
Ortho. Surg., Howard Univ., and 
Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Newell Simmons Ferry, Ph. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Asst Resident Surgeon 
Barnes Hosp., Washington, D. C, 
1902-1903; Asst. in Medicine, 
Memphis Hosp. Med. Coll. ; Visit'g 
Pathol. City Hosp., and Physician, 
Memphis, Tenn., 1903-1908. — Biol, 
and Research, Dept, Parke, Davis 
& Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Nellis Barnes Foster, S. B., Am- 
herst, 1898 ; 'Resident Physician, 
N. Y. Hosp., 1904-1905.— Assoc. 
Biol.-Chem. Coll. of P. and S. ; 
Assoc. Physician, N. Y. Hosp. ; 
Chemist, St. Luke's Hosp., and 
Physician, N. Y. 

William Willoughby Francis, A. B., 
1898 ; Asst. in Pathology, 1904- 
1905. — Clin. Asst. in Med., Royal 
Victoria Hosp., and Asst Demnstr. 
Pathol. McGill Univ., Montreal, 
Can. 



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Maurice Albert Frankenthal, A. B., 
Washington, Univ., 1898. — Assoc. 
Visit. Physician, Jewish Hosp., 
Pathologist, Bethesda Homes, 
Asst. in Surg. Washington Univ. 
Hosp., and Physician, St. Louis. 

W. Harry Glenny, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894. — Asst. Attend. Physician 
and Supervisor of Records, Buf- 
falo Genl. Hosp., Attend. Physi- 
cian, Tuberculosis Dispen., and 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clarence Foster Hardy, B. L., Wis- 
consin, 1891 ; Interne, Mercy 
Hosp., Pittsburg (four months). 
— Physician, Milwaukee. 

Morrison LeRoy Haviland, Ph. B., 
Union, 1898 ; Resident Surgeon, 
Society Lying-in Hosp., N. Y., 
and Resident House Officer, 1902- 
1903.— Asst. Phys., Glens Falls 
Hosp., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Mabel Stevens Haynes (Mrs. Kon- 
rad Heissig), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1898 ; Asst. Disp. Mass. Gnl. 
Hosp., 1902-1903 ; student of Med. 
Vienna, 1904-1905 ; Dermatol., 
Wilkes St. Free Disp. and Trinity 
Disp., Boston, 1906-1907. — Linz, 
Austria. 

Leonard Keene, Hirshberg, A. B., 
1898 ; Assoc, in Nervous Diseases 
and Instr. in Bacteriol. and 
Neuro-Path., Coll. of P. and S., 
Chief of Nervous Clinic, City 
Hosp. ; Judiac Union Disp., and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Carl Herman Horst, A. B., Stanford, 
1898 : Resident House Officer, 
1902-1903 ; State Bacteriologist, 
Montana, 1904-1905 ; Resident 
Physician, insane Asyl., State of 
Montana, 1905-1906. — City Health 
Officer and Physician, Butte, Mont. 

Solomon Hyman, S. B., California, 
1898 ; House Surgeon, Mount 
Sinai Hosp., N. Y., 1903-1905 ; 
Adjunct. Surg., Mt. Zion Hosp. ; 
1905-1910.— Instr. in Surgery, 
Cooper Med. Coll. and Surgeon, 
San Francisco. 

William Frederick Jelke, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1898 ; Asst. Resident Sur- 
geon, Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 
1902-1903; Dem'str in Anat, 
Cornell, 1904-1905. — Physician, 
Cincinnati. 

Thomas Monroe Jones, A. B., Indi- 
ana Univ., 1898 ; Student, Heidel- 
berg, Germany, 1894-1897; House 
Officer, St. Mark's Hosp., N. Y., 
1902-1903; Interne, King's Co! 
Hosp., Brooklyn, 1903-1905 ; Grad- 
uate Student, Vienna, Austria, 
1909-1910. — Surgeon, Anderson, 
Indiana. 

Alfred Karsted, A. B., Stanford, 
1898 ; House Surgeon, German 
Hosp., N. Y., 1902-1904 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Murray Hosp., 
Butte, 1907-1911. — Physician, 

Butte. 

Arthur Herbert Kimball, S. B., Am- 
herst, 1897, and A. M., 1903 ; 



Resident Physician Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hosp., Baltimore, 
1902-1903.— Visiting Oculist Gov- 
ernment Hosp. for the Insane ; 
Asst. in Ophthalmology, Episcopal 
Eye and Ear Hosp. and Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

Louis Charles Lehr, A. B., 1898 ; 
Clinical Asst. G.-U. Surg, and 
Asst. in Gynecol. Dr. Kelly's 
Sanatorium, 1902-1904. — Physi- 
cian, Washington, D. C. 

Edward McCrady L'Engle, A. B.,St. 
John's, 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
1898 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Phila. Polyclinic Hosp., 1902- 
1903.— Pathol. Polyclinic Hosp. ; 
Dem'st'r Pathol. Medico-Chir. 
Coll. ; Asst. Pathol. Phila. Hosp., 
and Physician, Philadelphia. 

George Victor Litchfield, Jr., A. M., 
Randolph-Macon, 1897 ; Physician- 
Surgeon Lick Creek and Lake 
Erie R. R. and Dawson Coal and 
Coke Co., St. Paul, Va., 1902- 
1903 ; Surgeon, N. & W. R. R. ; 
Tidewater, Bottom Creek, King 
Coal Co. and Big Four C. & C. 
Co. and Laurel Creek Lumber 
Co., Kimball, W. Va., 1908.— 
Physician, Abingdon, Va. 

Emma Lootz (Mrs. W. G. Erving), 
A. B., Smith, 1897. — Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

Seymour DeWitt Ludlum, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1897 ; Clinical Asst. Shep- 
pard and Pratt Hosp., Towson, 
1902-1903 ; First Asst. Resident 
Physician, Friends' Asylum for 
the Insane, Frankford, 1903-1906. 
— Asst. Neurol., Phila. Polyclinic 
and Hosp. ; Instr. in Neurol, and 
Neuropathol., Univ. of Penna., 
Asst. Neurologist, Phila. Hosp., 
and Physician, Philadelphia. 

Annie Galloway Lyle, A. B., Stan- 
ford, 1895 ; Asst. Voluntar, 
Vienna, 1902-1903; Asst. Chil- 
dren's Clinic Univ. of Calif., 1904- 
1905 ; Physician, Juvenile Court, 
1905-1911. — Physician, San Fran- 
cisco. 

George Malcolm MacGregor, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, Church Home and Infirm- 
ary, Bait., 1905-1907.— Physician, 
Garfield, W T ash. 

Samuel Andrew Marshall, A. B., 
Yale, 1898 ; Surgeon, House of 
Relief N. Y. Hosp., 1902-1903.— 
Physician. L. I. City, N. Y. 

John Scott McFarland, Ph. B., Yale, 
1898. — Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Edmund Webster Meisenhelder, A. 
B., Penna. Coll., 1898 ; Harvard 
Summer School, 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1902-1903 ; Interne, 
Barnes Hosp., U. S. Soldiers' 
Home, Washington, D. C, 1903- 
1904 ; Resident Physician, Lake- 
side Hosp., Cleveland, 1904-1905; 
Graduate Student, Europe, 1909- 
1910.— Surg, Staff, York Hosp., 
and Surgeon, York, Pa. 



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John Elmer Meisenhelder, S, B., 
Penna. Coll., 1897 ; Grad. Student, 
1897-1898; House Surgeon, Moses 
Taylor Hosp., Scran ton, Pa., 1903- 
1904 ; Resident Surgeon, Hosp., 
TT S Soldiers' Home, Washington, 
IX C, 1904-1910. — Physician, 
Hanover, Pa. 

*Henrv William Oschner, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1898. — Resident House 
Officer, 1902-1903. 

Edward Hiram Reede, A. B., Cornell, 
1898 ; Asst. Resident Physician 
St Luke's Hosp., N. Y., 1903.— 
Visit'g. Phvs. Freedman's Hosp. ; 
Clin. Asst. "in Med., Howard Univ., 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Edwin Nicholas Riggins, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1897 ; Interne, House of 
Relief, N. Y. Hosp., 1903-1904 — 
Adjct. Attend. Physician and 
Registrar, St. Mary's Hosp. ; 
Physician, Out-Patient Dept. Mem 
Hosp. ; Med. Exam., Union Cent. 
L. I. Co., and Physician, Orange, 
N. J 

Carey Pegram Rogers, A. B., Wake 
Forest, 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
1902-1903. — Med. Referee, Mut. 
Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. for Florida ; 
Chief of Staff, St. Luke's Hosp.; 
Consult. Surg. Seaboard Air Line 
and Chief Private Surg. Hosp., 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Stephen Rushmore, A. B., Amherst, 
1897; Externe, 1902-1903; Asst. 
Resident Gynecologist, 1903 ; 
House Physician, Hudson St. 
Hosp., N. Y., 1904; House Sur- 
geon, St. Mary's Hosp. for Chil- 
dren, N. Y., 1905; Res. Gynecol- 
ogist, 1905-1906; House Officer, 
Boston Lying-in Hosp., 1907. — 
Visitg. Gynecol., Carney Hosp., 
Boston; Instr. Clin. Gynecol., 
Tufts Coll. Med. Sch. ; Asst. in 
Obstet, Mt. Sinai Hosp., and 
Physician, Boston. 

George Barr Scholl, A. B., 1898; 
Externe, 1902 - 1903.— Prof. Pa- 
thol., Bacteriol., and Clin. Micro- 
scopy, Maryland Med. Coll. ; Pa- 
thologist Franklin Sq. Hosp., 
Health Officer, City Board of 
Health, and Physician, Baltimore. 

Melville Silverberg, A. B., California, 
1897 ; Asst. in Physiol.-Chem., 
Cooper Med. Coll., San Francisco, 
11)02; House Officer, City Hosp., 
Boston, 1903-1904. — Prof. G.-U. 
Coll. P. & S., and Physician, San 
Francisco. 

John Nathan Simpson, A. B., Nash- 
ville, 1893; Student Paris and 
Berlin, 1905. — Member Amer. Acad. 
Med., Prof, of Physiology, and 
Head of the Faculty of Medicine, 
West Virginia Univ., and Physi- 
cian, Morgan town. 

Harry Merriam Steele, Ph. B., 
Vale, 1894; Asst. in Pediatrics, 
Uaiv. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 



Coll, N. Y., 1902-1904 ; Asst. in 
Pathol., Yale. Med. Sch., 1902- 
1907. — Instr. in Pediatrics, Yale, 
and Asst. Attend. Physician, New 
Haven Hosp., and Physician, New 
Haven. 

Alice Weld Tallant, A. B., Smith, 
1897 ; Grad. Student, Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., 1897-1898 ; Interne, 
New England Hosp., Boston, 
1902-1903 ; Med. Examiner for 
the Gymnasium, Bates Coll., 
Lewistown, Me., 1903-1905 ; Asst. 
Physician, Disp. of New Eng. 
Hosp., 1904-1905.— Prof, of Ob- 
stetrics, Woman's Med. Coll. of 
Penna., and Obstet.-in-Chief to 
Hosp. of Woman's Med. Coll. ; 
Pkysician, Girls' House of Refuge, 
and Physician, Phila. 

Condit Brewer Van Arsdall, A. B., 
Kentucky Wesleyan, 1894, and A. 
M., 1898 ; A. B., Michigan, 1898. 
— Physician, Harrodsburg, Ky. 

John Van Denburgh, A. B., Stan- 
ford, 1894, A. M., 1895, and Ph. 
D., 1897 ; Hon. Curator, Dept. of 
Sciences ; Act. Chief Children's 
Clinic, San Fran. Polyclinic, 1902- 
1903 ; Visiting Physician, King's 
Daughter's Home for Incurables, 
Asst. Visit. Gynecol., St. Luke's 
Hosp. ; Surg. Telegraph Hill Neigh- 
borhood Assn., 1904-1906. — Asst. 
Surg., San Fran. Polyclinic, and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

Otis Buckminster Wight, A. B., 
Stanford, 1898 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1902-1903.— Lect. in Clin. 
Surgery, and Adjct. in Gynecol., 
LTniv. of Oregon, and Physician, 
Portland. 

Clara Louise Williams, S, B., Cali- 
fornia, 1897, and M. S., 1898 ; In- 
terne, St. Luke's Hosp., San Fran- 
cisco, 1902-1903. — Physician, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 

Dudley Williams, A. B., 1897 ; Grad. 
Student, 1897-4898; Grad. Stu- 
dent (Pathol.), Harvard Med. 
School, 1902-1903.— nAsst. Physi- 
cian and Physician, Bait. 

Charles Benjamin Wright, A. B., 
North Dakota, 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1902-1903; Clin. 
Instr. in Pediatrics, Univ. of 
Minn. ; CM. Pediatric Clin., Wells 
Mem. Free Disp. ; Visit. Staff, 
Minneapolis City Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Minneapolis. (57) 

1903 

Victor Hugo Bassett, A. B., Knox, 
1896 ; Graduate Student, Wis- 
consin and Michigan, 1897-1898 ; 
Instr. in Bacteriol. and Clin. 
Pathol., Northwestern, Chicago, 
1903-1904 ; Fellow in Pathology, 
1904-1905; Prof. Pathol., Wise. 
Coll. P. and S., 1905-1906; Assoc. 
Prof. Pathol., Milwaukee Med. 
Coll. and Asst. Supt. and Res. 
Pathologist, Milwaukee Co. Hosp., 



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Milwaukee, 1906-1908. — Bacteri- 
ologist. City of Savannah, Ga. 

Lewis Clyde IUxlcr, A. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1899, and A. M., 1902 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1903-1904. — 
Physician, Pittsburg. 

Elizabeth Hedges Blauvelt, A. B., 
Bryn Mawr, 1896 ; Interne, N. Y., 
Infirman- for Women and Chil- 
dren, N. Y., 1903-1905; Med. Mis- 
sionary, Amoy, China, 1905-1909, 
Roselle, N. J. 

Clinton Kthelbert Brush, Jr., S. B., 
New York Univ., 1899 ; Resident 
House Officer and Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1903-1905. — Prof. Prin. of 
Med. and Clin. Med. Univ. of 
Nashville and Tenn. ; Attend. 
Physician, Woman's Hosp., and 
Physician, Nashville. 

Joseph Albert Chatard, A. B., Loy- 
ola, 1898 ; Graduate Student, 
1898-1899 ; Asst. Resident Physi- 
cian, St. Joseph's Hospital, 1903- 
1904. — Assoc. Phys. St. Agnes' 
Hosp, Asst. Physician, Instr. in 
Med., and Physician, Bait. 

George Edward Chinn, Jr., S. B., 
Central Coll. (Mo.), 1899; Clin- 
ical Asst. Sheppard and Pratt 
Hosp., Towson, 1903-1904.— U. S. 
Pension Exam. Surg. ; Clin. Asst. 
St. Vincent's Hosp. ; Civil Service 
Exam. Physician, and Physician, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Alfred Hull Clark, A. B., Cornell. 
1899 ; House Surgeon. The Hart- 
ford Hosp.. Conn., 1903-1905. — 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Burgess Cornell, A. B., 
Chicago, 1899. Externe, 1903- 
1904 : Asst. in Neurol. : Prof, of 
Neurol., Woman's Med. Coll. 
(Balto.), 1907-10; Asst. Physician, 
Sheppard and Pratt Hosp., 1905- 
1910. — Asst. Phys. Danvers State 
Hosp., Hathorne, Mass. 

Emma Grace Dewey, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1885, and A. M., 1894 ; Grad- 
uate Student, Chicago. 1898-1899 ; 
Interne, The Babies' Hosp.. N. Y. ; 
Rockefeller Institute for Med. Re- 
search (Summer, 1903). — Pathol- 
ogist and Radiographer Passavant 
Mem. Hosp., and Physician, Jack- 
sonville. 111. 

Harlan Dudley, Ph. B., Oberlin 
1897; Graduate Student, 1898.— 
Fhysician, Macedonia, O. 

*Dana Lee Eddy, A. B., Yale, 1898. 
— Leavenworth, Kans. 

Roades Payerweather, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1899 ; Orthopedic, House 
Surg., Carney Hosp.. 1903-1904. — 
Asst. in Orthoped. Surg, and Sur- 
geon, Baltimore. 

John Somerville Fischer, A. B 
1898, and Graduate Student, 1898- 
1899; Asst. Resident Physician, 
St. Joseph's Hosp., Bait., 1903-04. 
—Chief Med. Clinic. St. Joseph's 
Hosp. Disp., Assoc, in Diseases of 
Children, B. M. C, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 



Frederick Julius Gaenslen, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1899 ; Grad. Student, 
Harvard, 1901 ; Interne, German 
"Hosp., N. Y., 1903-1906. — Ortho- 
ped. Surg., Milwaukee Children's 
Free Hosp. and Physician, Mil- 
waukee. 

Lewis McFarland Gaines, A. B., and 
S. B., Hampden-Sidney, 1898 ; 
Grad. Student, Univ. of Virginia, 
1898-1899 ; First Asst. Surgeon, 
R. I. Hosp., Providence, and 
House Physician, Providence Ly- 
ing-in Hosp. (3 months), 1903- 
1904 ; Prof, of Anatomy and 
Physiol., Med. Dept, Wake Forest 
Coll., Supt. Wake Forest Hosp., 
N. C, 1904-1908.— Prof. Physiol. 
Atlanta Sen. Med. ; Attend. Phy- 
sician, Disp. for Tuberculosis ; 
Physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

Joim Timothy Geraghty, A. B., St. 
Thomas Coll., 1895 ; Ph. B., St. 
Paul Seminary. 1897 ; Grad. Stu- 
dent, 1897-1898; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-1904. — Asst. Surg. 
and Assoc, in G.-U. Surg., Visit. 
G.-U. Surg., City Hosp., Bay View, 
and Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Francis Colquohoun Goldsborough, S. 
B., Princeton, 1889 ; Interne in 
Obstetrics; Asst. Res. Gynecolo- 
gist ; Obstet'n in Chg. and Resi- 
dent Obstetrician, 1903-1907.— 
Instr. and Asst. Obstetrician, 
1907-1910. — Prof. Obstetrics, Univ. 
of Buffalo, and Physician, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Justin Frank Grant, Ph. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Prof, of Anatomy and Pa- 
thologv, Univ. of W. Va., Morgan- 
town, ^1903-1910.— Prof. Anat. At- 
lanta Coll. P. & S., Atlanta, Ga. 

Louis Wardlaw Haskell, Jr., A. B., 
1899 ; Asst. in Surg. Pathol., 
1903-1904; House Officer Gen'l 
Mem. Hosp., N. Y., 1905-1906.— 
Assoc. Prof. Clin. Surg. Coll. P. 
and S. (Memphis) ; Asst. Surg. 
Lucy Brinkley Hosp. ; Physician 
to Home for Incurables, and Phy- 
sician, Memphis, Tenn. 

Arthur Douglass Hirschfelder, S. B., 
California, 1897 ; Student in Paris 
and Heidelberg, 1898-1899, and 
Berlin, 1906 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-1904 ; Asst. in Medi- 
cine, Cooper Med. Coll. ; Asst. 
Physician, City and County Hosp. 
and Physician, San Francisco, 
1904-1905 ; Voluntary Asst. in 
Medicine, 1905-1906 ; Instructor in 
Medicine, in charge of the Phy- 
siol. Lab. of Med. Clinic, 1906- 
1908. — Associate, iMd. 

Ross Hopkins, A. B. and S. B., 
Campbell Univ., 1897 ; A. B., Kan- 
sas State Univ., 1899 ; Graduate 
Student, Chicago, 1899. — Physi- 
cian, St. Louis. 

Henry Talbot Hutchins, A. B., Am- 
herst, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, Asst. Res. and Res. Gyne- 
cologist, 1903-1907; Asst. and 



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Instr. in Gynecol., 1906-1907.— 
Consult. Gyne. Rufus S. Frost Gnl. 
Hosp., Chelsea and Mem. Hosp., 
Pawtucket (R. I.), Surg, to Out- 
patients, The Free Hosp. for 
Women, Brookline, Mass. 

Clement Levi Jones, S. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1899, and M. 
S., 1904 ; Clin. Asst. Med., Star- 
ling Med. Sen., Pathologist, 
Hawkes Hosp. of Mt. Carmel, 
Columbus, O., 1903-1906. — Physi- 
cian, Jamestown, O. 

Louise Tayler-Jones, A. B., Welles- 
ley, 1896 ; M. S., Columbian, 1898. 
Asst. in Pediatrics, Freedman's 
Hosp. ; Physician, The Foundling 
Hosp. and Nat. Florence Home, 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Albert Keidel, A. B. (Feb. 22), 
1900 ; Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 
1903-1906. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Maurice Lazenby, A. B. (Feb. 22), 
1900 ; House Physician, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1903-1904. — 
Prof. Histol. and Assoc. Prof. 
Surg. Woman's Med. Coll., 1908- 
1910. — Physician, Bait. 

Arthur Solomon Lovenhart, S. B., 
Kentucky State Univ., 1898, and 
M. S., 1899 ; Asst. and Assoc, in 
Physiol.-Chemistry, and Pharm., 
1903-1906 ; Associate Professor. 
1906-1908. — Prof. Pharm. and 
Toxicol., Univ. Wisconsin, Madi- 
son. 

Henry D. Long, A. B., Washington 
and Jefferson, 1894, and A. M., 
1897 ; Cornell Summer School, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903-1904; Asst. Surg. U. S. Pub- 
lic Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, Ellis Island, N. Y., 1905- 
1907.— Physician, N. Y. 

Margaret Long, A. B., Smith, 1895 ; 
Grad. Student, Mass. Inst. Tech., 
1896-1897 ; Interne, N. Y. Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, 

1903 - 1904. — Physician, Denver, 
Colo. 

♦Edward Janney Sidwell Lupton, S. 
B., Columbia, 1899 ; First Asst. 
Resident and Resident Physician, 
Columbia Hosp., Washington, D. 
C, 1903-1904 ; Physician, Hender- 
sonville, N. C, 1905-1906. 

Leo Augustine Lynch, A. B., Yale, 
1899 ; Asst. House Surgeon, So- 1 
ciety Lying-in Hosp., N. Y., 1903- 

1904 ; Interne, City Hosp., Black- 
well's Island, 1904-1905.— Asst. 
Attend. Surgeon, Swedish Hosp., 
and Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Sanders Manning, S. B., Co- 1 
lumbian, 1899 ; Clinical Asst., 
The Emergency Hosp., Washing- 
ton, D. C, 1903-1904; Ophthal- 
mology St. Luke's Hosp., and 
S. A. L. R. R., and Physician, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Watson Marshall, A. B., Princeton, 
1899. — Asst. Laryngol, Allegheny 
Gen J. Hosp., Pittsburg. 



Robert Talbott Miller, Jr., A. B., 
Amherst, 1899 ; Resident House 
Officer, and Asst. Res. and Res. 
Surg., and Instr. in Surg., 1903- 
1909. — Surgeon, St. Francis' Hosp., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mary Elizabeth Morse, A. B., Wo- 
man's Coll. of Bait., 1899 ; House 
Officer, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children ; Boston, 1903-1904 ; 
Resident Physician, Evening Disp. 
for Working Women, Bait., 1904- 
1905 ; Asst. Physician, East. 
Mich. Asylum for the Insane, 
Pontiac, 1905-1906.— Pathologist, 
N. Eng. Hosp., Boston. 

Willis Bean Moulton, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1903-1904.— Sec. Me. Med. 
Assn. ; Fellow, Amer. Acad. Med. ; 
Instr. in Gynecol. Med. Sch. of 
Maine, Adj. Surg., Maine Gen'l 
Hosp., Asst. Surg., St. Barnabas 
Hosp., and Physician, Portland, 
Me. 

Harry Benjamin Neagle, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1899. — Asst. Physician, The 
Loomis Sanatorium, Liberty, N. Y. 

Selden Irwin Rainforth, S. B., Cin- 
cinnati, 1899, and A. M., 1900 ; 
LL. B., N. Y. Law Sch., 1908 ; 
House Surgeon, Presby. Hospital, 
N. Y., 1904-1905.— Head of Dept. 
of Gynecol., Presbyterian Hosp. 
Disp. ; Attend. Dermatol., Vander- 
bilt Clinic, and Physician, N. Y. 

Theodore Foster Riggs, A. B., Beloit, 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903-1904 ; Asst. Resident and 
Resident Surg., Union Prot. In- 
firmary, Baltimore, 1904-1907 ; 
Grad. Student, Berlin, 1907-1908 ; 
Private Asst. to Dr. Elting, Al- 
bany, N. Y., 1908.— Attend. Staff 
St. Mary's Hosp., and Surgeon, 
Pierre, S. D. 

Benjamin Franklin Riley, Jr., S. B., 
Georgia, 1898. — County Physician, 
Surg. Georgia R. R., and Physi- 
cian, Thomson, Ga. 

George Canby Robinson, A. B., 1899 ; 
Asst. Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
Cornell, Ithaca, N. Y., 1903-1904; 
Resident Pathologist, and Resi- 
dent Physician, Penna. Hosp., 
1904-1908 ; Director Path. Lab. 
Presbyterian Hosp. and Physician, 
Philadelphia, 1909-1910. — Res. 
Phys. Rockefeller Hosp., New 
York. 

Marvin Pierce Rucker, A. M., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1899 ; Virginia Med. 
Coll., 1899-1900. — Demonstrator in 
Pathol, and Lect. and Demonstra- 
tor in Embryol., Medical Coll. of 
Va., Jr. Attendant in Internal 
Med., Memorial Hosp. ; Surg. A. 
C. L. Ry. ; Secy. Chesterfield Co. 
Board of Health, and Physician, 
Manchester, Va. 

Ferdinand Schmitter, A. B., Union 
Coll., 1899 ; Instr. in Anatomy, 
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 
1903-1905 ; First Lieut. Med. 



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Corps, U. S. A., Fort Egbert, 
Alaska, 1905-1908. — Capt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., Fort Slocum, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 

Oscar Theodore Schultz, A. B., Indi- 
ana, 1897 ; Res. Pathologist, 
Charity Hosp., Cleveland ; Brook- 
lyn Inst. Biol. Lab. and Columbia 
Univ., N. Y., 1903-1904; Demstr. 
and Instr. of Pathol, and Proto- 
zoology, Western (Reserve Univ., 
Cleveland, 1904-1908.— Asst. Prof. 
Pathol, ibid. 

Winford Henry Smith, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1899 ; Resident Gynecologist, 
The Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 
1903-1905 ; Hosp. Physician, N. Y. 
Dept. of Health, 1905-1906 ; Supt. 
the Hartford Hosp., Conn., 1906- 
1909 ; Genl. Med. Supt. Dept. 
Bellevue and Allied Hospitals, 
New York, 1909-1911. — Supt. J. 
H. Hospital. 

Alexander Raymond Stevens, A. B., 
1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903-1904 ; Director, Analytical 
Lab. of Fraser & Co., N. Y., 1904- 
1905 ; House Surg.. Presbyterian 
Hosp., N. Y., 1907-1908. — Adjunct 
Attndg. G.-U. Surg., Bellevue 
Hosp., and Physician, N. Y. 

Catherine Hutchison Travis, A. B., 
McGill, 1895 ; Grad. Student, Har- 
vard Summer Sen., 1899 ; House 
Officer, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Boston, 1903-1904 ; 
Pathol. New Britain Hosp., and 
Physician, New Britain, Conn. 

♦Frank Hosford Watson, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1899 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-1904. — Chief Med. 
Clinic, Instr. and Lecturer in 
Clin. Med., Tulane Med. Sch. ; 
Visit. Physician, Charity Hosp., 
and Physician, New Orleans. (Died 
December 15, 1909, Milwaukee). 

Charles Whittier Young, S. B., Univ. 
of Illinois, 1897 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-1904. — Prof. Bac- 
teriol. and Pathol., Union Med. 
Coll., and Med. Missionary, Pe- 
king, China. (49) 

1904 

Jay Harvey Bacon, S. B., Knox, 
1900 ; Pathologist, Lakeside Hos- 
pital, Cleveland, 1904-1905. — Mbr. 
Staff, The Proctor Hosp. ; Phys. 
Tihe Crittenden Home ; Ch'm'n. 
Educational Comm. Soc. Prev. of 
Tuberculosis ; Surg., Peoria City 
R. R., and 111. Tract. System and 
Keystone Wire Fence Wks. ; Visit. 
Phys. The Bacon Mission Disp., 
and Surg., Peoria, 111. 

Theodore Baker, A. B., Princeton, 
1900. — Physician, Pittsburg. 

Robert Bennett Bean, S. B., Va. I 
Polytech. Inst., 1900 ; Assistant I 
in Anatomy, 1904-1905 ; Instr. in 
Anat., Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor, 
1905-1906 ; Assoc. Prof. Anat. ! 
The Philippine Med. School, Ma- j 



nila, 1907-1910. — Assoc. Prof. 
Anat. Tulane Univ., New Orleans. 

Ruth Bennett (Mrs. L. S. Morgan), 
A. B., Illinois, 1899, and Graduate 
Student, 1899 ; Asst. Physician 
and Surg., Tsing Kiang pu Hosp., 
Tsing Kiang pu, Kiang Pu Prov., 
China, 1905-1909. — Med. Mission- 
ary, Hai Chow via Chinkiang, 
China. 

John McFarland Bergland, S. B., 
Princeton, 1900 ; Interne in Ob- 
stetrics and Asst. Res. Obstet- 
rician, 1904-1906. — Asst. in Ob- 
stet., and Physician, Bait. 

Maurice Buford Bonta, A. B., Ky. 
Wesleyan, 1894 ; S. B., Michigan, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1904-1905 ; Resident Gynecologist, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1905- 
1906. — Asst. in Gynecol., Lakeside 
Hosp. Disp. ; Med. Insp'r Public 
Schs. and Physician, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Walter Vernon Brem, Jr., S. B., 
N. Carolina, 1896; Med. Dept., 
1898-1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
1904-1905.— Chief Med. Clin, Co- 
lon Hosp., Cristobal, C. Z. 

Julius Alexander Caldwell, Jr., S. B., 
N. Carolina, 1899 ; Med. Dept., 
1899-1900, and Summer Sch., 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, and 
Asst. Res. Gynecol., 1904-1906.— 
Physician, Salisbury, N. C. 

John Robert Carr, A. B., N. Caro- 
lina, 1899, Med. Dept., 1899- 
1900, and Summer Sch., 1900 ; 
Resident House Officer and Asst. 
Res. Surg., 1904-1906.— Detroit, 
Mich. 

DeWitt Bellinger Casler, A. B., Yale, 
1900; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. in Gynecol, and Asst. Res. 
Gynecol., 1904-1908 ; Instr. in 
Gynecol, and Res. Gynecologist, 
1908-1909. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Ralph Torrey Edwards, A. B., Knox, 
1897, and A. M., 1899 ; Bacteriol- 
ogist, Bureau of Science, Manila, 
P. I., 1905-1908; Director, Gov't 
Serum Lab., Phrapatoom, Siam, 
1908 - 1910. — Physician, Ceylon, 
Minn. 

Anfin Egdahl, S. B., Wisconsin, 
1900 ; Asst. Prof, of Pathol, and 
Bacteriol., Coll. of Med., State 
Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, 1904- 
1908. — Physician, Menomonie, Wis. 

Harold Gould Garwood, S. B., Colo- 
rado, 1900, and Med. Dept., 1900- 
1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
Minnequa Hosp., Pueblo, Colo., 
1904-1905 ; Surg., Colo. Fuel and 
Iron Co., Redstone, Colo., 1905- 
1906 ; Sec. Boulder Co. Med. Soc, 
Res. Surg. Nat. Fuel. Co., North- 
ern Coal and Coke Co., and Fox- 
Patterson Mining Co., Gorham, 
Colo., 1906-1909. — Physician, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

Herbert Ziegler Giffin, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
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Hosp., Philadelphia, 1905-1906. — 
Physician St. Mary's Hosp., 
Rochester, Minn. 

Harrv Seliger Greenbaum, A. B., 
1899 ; Student, Univ. of Berlin, 
1899-1900. — Instr. in Medicine 
and Asst. Physician and Physi- 
cian, Bait. 

Josephine Hemenway (Mrs. J. H. 
Kenyon) A. B., Pritchett Coll., 
1898 ; Bryn Mawr, 1899-1900 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1904-1905. 
— Res. Physician, Babies' Hosp., 
New York. 

*William Raphael Miles Kellogg, A. 
B., Adelbert, 1898 ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Seattle Gen. Hosp., 1904- 
1905. — Assoc. Editor, Northwest 
Medicine; Secy. Wash. Assoc. Pre- 
vention and Relief of Tubercu- 
losis, City Bacteriol., Secy. Pul- 
monary Hosp., and Physician, 
Seattle, Wash. (Died October 14, 
1908.) 

Kenelm Julius Lee, S<. B., Wisconsin, 
1900. — Physician, Fergus Falls, 
Minn. 

John Marion Love, A. B. and B. L., 
Hampden-Sidney, 1899 ; Grad. 
Student, 1899-1900 ; Clin. Asst. 
Ophthalmology, Bait. Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hosp., 1904- 
1906. — Clin. Asst. St. Vincent's 
Hosp. and Physician, Norfolk. Va. 

Wilfred Hamilton Manwaring, S. B., 
Michigan, 1895, Univ. of Chicago, 
Summer Qrs., 1899-1903 ; Fellow 
and Asst. in Pathol., Chicago, 
1904-1905 ; Assoc. Prof, of Pathol. 
and Bact, Indiana, 1905-1907 ; 
Traveling Fellow, Rockefeller In- 
stitute for Med. Research, 1907- 
1908; Asst. in Pathol, 1910. 

Herman Weston Marshall, S. B., 
Mass. Institute Tech., 1897 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1904-1905. — 
Phys., Boston. Mass. 

William Carpenter McCarty, S. B., | 
Kentucky State, 1900, and M. S., 
1909 ; Pathol., Augusta Hosp., 
Berlin, 1904-1906.— Surg. Pathol., 
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 

Ernest Clare McGouldrick, A. B., 
Yale, 1900. — Physician, Brewer, 
Me. 

Lorenzo Seymour Morgan, S. B.. 
Knox, 1900 : Asst. Physician and 
Surg., Tsingkiang pu Hosp., Tsing- 
kiang pu, Kiang Pu Prov., China. 
1905-1909. — Med. Missionary, Hai 
Chow via Chinkiang, China. 

James Francis Morrison, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1900 ; Interne, Conn. State 
Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, 
1904 ; Interne, Kings Co. Hosp., 
1904-1906 ; Asst. .Physician Conn. 
Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, 
1906-1908. — Neurol. Kings. Co. 
Hosp. and Polhamus Mem. Clinic ; 
Visit. Phys. Brooklyn Home for 
Consumptives and Physician, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Norman Oscar Nelson, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1900; Resident Physician, I 



Monroe St. Hosp., Chir-a^o, 1904- 
ifjOr,. — Physician, Madison. Wis. 

James Henry Randolph, A. B., Fla. 
State Coll., 1900; Clinical Asst., 
The Sheppard and Enoch Pratt 
Hosp., Towson, 1904-1905. — Asst. 
and Chief Physician, Fla. Hosp. 
for Insane, Chattahoochee, 1905- 
1910. — Physician, Jacksonville 
Fla. 

Jewett Villeroy Reed, S. B., Ken- 
tucky State Coll., 1900 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1904-1905. — Asst. 
Prof. Surg., Indiana Univ. Sch. of 
Med. and Supt. Bobb's and City 
Disp. and Asst. Consult. Surg. 
City Hosp., Indianapolis. 

Charles Mallory Remsen, A. B., 
1899, and Grad. Student, 1899- 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Res. Physician and Asst. 
Surg. Pathologist, 1904 - 1910. — 
Res. Surgeon and Instr. in Surg. 

William Gray Ricker, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; House Surgeon, Montreal 
•Gen. Hosp., Can., 1904-1905. — 
Vist'g Physician, The Littleton 
Hosp., and Physician, Wells 
River, Vt. 

Esther Rosencrantz, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, Jr., 1899; Barnard Coll., 
1899-1900; Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children, 
1905-1906. — Clin. Asst., Out-Pat. 
Dpt. Brompton Hosp. for Con- 
sumption, etc., London, Eng., 
1906-1907 ; Asst. Attend. Physi- 
cian, Tuberculosis Clinic, N. Y. 
Board of Health, 1907 ; Clin. 
Asst. P. G. Med. Sch. and Hosp., 
and Physician, N. Y., 1907-1909. 
(Europe.) 

Ernest Sachs, A. B., Harvard, 1900 ; 
Interne, The Mount Sinai Hosp., 
N. Y., 1904-1905 ; Grad. Stud. 
Berlin, 1907 ; Clin. Clk. Nat. 
Hosp London and Sir Victor 
Horsley's Lab. Univ. Coll., 1908 ; 
Neurol. Surg. Montefiore Home, 
and Beth. Israel Hosp. ; Adj. Asst. 
Surg. Belle vue Hosp. and Chief 
Surg. Clinic. Out-Patient Dept., 
and Physician, N. Y., 1908-1910. 
— Assoc, in Surg. Washington 
Univ. Med. Sch., St. Louis, Mo. 

Orville Hickok Schell, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; House Surg., The Mount 
Sinai Hosp., New York, 1904-1907; 
Med. Missionarv Changsha, Hu- 
nan Prov., China, 1907-1908. — 
Phys., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Harry Russell Stone, Ph. B., Conn., 
Wesleyan, 1899 ; Interne, Hudson 
St. Hosp., N. Y., 1904-1905 ; 
House Physician and Surg., Pri- 
vate Patients' Bldg., N. Y. Hosp., 
1905-1907.— Deputy Attend. Phys. 
Hudson St. Hosp. and Physician, 
New York. 

Henry John Storrs, A. B., Amherst, 
1899 ; Interne, Asst. Res. Obstet- 
rician, Res. Obstetrician and As- 
sist., 1904-1909. — InstL-. Obstetrics 



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and Gynecol., Washington Univ., 
St. Louis. 

George Lane Taneyhill, Jr., A. B., 
1900 ; Externe, 1904-1905 ; Asst. 
Physician and Asst. in Med., 1905- 
1909. — Instr. in Neurol, and Phy- 
sician, Bait. 

Benjamin Taylor Terry, A. B., Van- 
derbilt, 1898, and A. M., 1900 ; 
Univ. Chicago, Summer Qrs., 1900, 
1902, and 1904 ; Univ. of Frei- 
burg, i. B., Summer 1901 ; Har- 
vard Med. School, Summer 1903 ; 
Fellow in Pathol., Chicago, 1904- 
1905 ; Grad. Student, Univ. Mich., 
Summers 1905, 1908 and 1911 ; 
Grad. Student, Columbia Univ., 
1905-1906 ; Univ. of Munich and 
Pasteur Institute, Paris, 1906- 
1907 ; George Speyer Haus, Frank- 
furt, a. M., 1910 ; Fellow and 
Asst. Rockefeller Inst, 1906-1910. 
— Assoc, in Protozoology, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Resch., 
N. Y. 

William Lawton Thompson, A. B., 
Bowdoin, 1899 ; House Surgeon, 
City Hosp., Worcester, Mass., 
1904-1905 ; Surg. Soc. Lying-in 
Hosp., N. Y., 1905-1906. — Dist. 
Physician, Boston Disp. and Asst. 
in Path, and Bact. and Instr. in 
Obstet., Tufts Coll. Med. Sen., 
Visit. Obstet, Mt. Sinai Hosp., 
Med. Exam., Boston Mut. Life 
Ins. Co., and Physician, Boston. 

George Thomas Tyler, Jr., A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1896, and A. M. f 
1897 ; Summer Sen., Columbian 
Univ., 1899 ; Interne, Union Prot. 
Infirmary, Bait. 1904-1906; Con- 
tract Surg., U. S. A., Fort Porter, 
N. Y., 1909-1910. — Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Jerome Vogeler, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; Resident Physician, St. 
John's Riverside Hosp., Yonkers, 
N. Y., 1904-1906 ; Interne, Nurs- 
ery and Child's Hosp., N. Y., 
1906-1907. — Asst. Attend. Phys., 
St. John's Riverside Hosp. and 
Sprain Ridge Hosp. for Tubercu- 
losis, and Physician, Yonkers, 
New York. 

Robert Glendenning Washburn, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1900; Wise. Coll. P. 
and S., 1900-1901. — Dermatol. 
Milwaukee Co. and Maternity 
Hosp. ; Assoc. Prof. Dermatol., 
Marquette Univ., and Physician, 
Milwaukee. 

Louis Schneider Weaver, A. B., Fa. 
Coll., 1899, and Yale, 1900; 
House Surg., R. I. Hosp., Provi- 
dence, 1904-1906. — Staff, York 
-Hosp., and Penna. State Tubercu- 
losis Disp., and Physician, York, 
Pennsylvania. 

John Scott Willock, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Allegheny Gen. Hosp.. Pa., 1904- 
1905 ; Physician, Hampson & 
Smith, Railroad Contractors, 
Mexico, 1907. — Waverly Oil Wks. 
Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Walter Scott Wilson, A. B., N. Ga. 
Agricult. Coll., 1880 ; A. M., Univ. 
of Ga., 1884 ; Grad. Student, 
1893-1894, and Univ. of Chicago, 
1896-1897. — Physician, Savannah, 
Georgia. 

Winfred Wilson, A. B., Weatherford 
Coll., 1900. — Physician and Surg., 
Wilson Sanitarium, Memphis, Tex. 
(45) 

1905 

Ronald Taylor Abercrombie, A. B., 
1901 ; Resident Physician, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1905-1906. 
— Coroner at large, Director of 
the Gymnasium, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Clarence Allen Baer, B. L., Wiscon- 
sin, 1900, and S. B., 1901 ; Michi- 
gan, Summer of 1901 ; Graduate 
Student, Univ. of Paris, 1905- 
1906; Asst. St. Louis Hospital, 
Paris, 1906-1907 ; Externe in 
Dermatol., 1907. — Physician, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Leon Kahn Baldauf, A. B., 1901 ; 
Asst. Bender Hygienic Labora- 
tory, and Instr. Bact. and Pa- 
thol., Albany Med. Coll., Albany, 
N. Y., 1905-1907.— Asst. City Pa- 
thol., St. Louis. 

Alice May Ballou (Mrs. G. W. Eliot), 
Ph. B., Brown, 1900, and A. M., 
1901 ; Interne, New England Hos- 
pital, Roxbury, 1905-1906. — Phy- 
sician, Weston, Mass. 

Khleber Heberden Beall, S. B. and 
M. S., Texas, 1899 ; Resident 
House Officer and Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician, 1905-1907. — Assoc. Prof. 
Med. Ft. Worth Univ., and Phy- 
sician, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Bertram Moses Bernheim, A. B., 
1901. — Asst. in Surgery, and Sur- 
geon, Bait. 

Kosciusko Walker Constantine, A. B., 
1901 ; Graduate Student, Vienna 
and London, 1905-1907. — Ophthal. 
Surg., Birmingham, Ala. 

Calvin Duvall Cowles, Jr., A. B., 
Guilford Coll., 1900, and North 
Carolina, 1901 ; Interne in Ob- 
stetrics, 1905-1906. — Capt Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., W T est Point, 
N. Y. 

William Dick Cutter, A. B., Yale, 
1899; Student, Univ. of Bern., 
1900 ; Interne, French Hospital, 
N. Y., 1905-1906 ; Asst. Physician, 
Hosp. Dep. Copper Queen Con. 
Mining Co., Bisbee, Ariz., 1906- 
1909. — Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Murray Snell Danforth, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1901 ; Interne, R. I. Hos- 
pital, Providence, 1906-1908. — 
Asst. Surg., Dept. Ortho. Surg, 
and Asst. Pathol. Radiographic 
Work, R. I. Hosp., and Physician, 
Providence. 

Otho Lee Dascombe, A. B., Bowdoin, 
1901 ; Resident Physician and 



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Surg. Externe, Waltham Hos- 
pital, Mass., 1905-1908. — Asst. 
Phvs, iUd.; Visitg. Phys. Wal- 
tham Baby Hosp, and Physician, 
Waltham, Mass. 

Howard Irving Davenport, A. B., 
Hamilton, 1901, and A. M., 1904 ; 
Instructor, Bacteriology and Path- 
ology, Syracuse Univ. Med. Sch., 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1905-1906; Coun- 
ty Bacteriol., Ont. Co. Lab., Can- 
andaigua, N. Y., 1906-1909.— 
Physician and City Bacteriol, Au- 
burn, N. Y. 

Homer J. Davidson, S. B., Wabash 
1899, and A. M., 1910 ; Resident 
Physician, Seattle General Hos- 
pital, Wash., 1905-1906. — Asst. 
Med. Health Officer, and Physi- 
cian, Seattle. 

Solon Arthur Dodds, Ph. B., Wes- 
leyan (Conn.), 1901; Interne in 
Obstetrics, and Asst. Res. Gyne- 
cologist, 1905-1907 ; Physician, 
Salisbury, N. C, 1907-1910.— 
Asst. in Obstetrics, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Charles Edward Dowman, Jr., A. B., 
Emory, 1901 ; Student, Vander- 
bilt, 1901 ; Path. Inst. Charlotten- 
burg Krankenhaus, Berlin, 1905- 
1906 ; Vol. Asst. Univ. Chirurg. 
Klin., Breslau, 1906-1907 ; Clin. 
Clk., Nat. Hosp. for Paralytics 
and Epileptics, London, 1907. — 
Surg. Hillman Hosp., Assoc. 
Pathol, and Bact., Birmingham 
Med. Coll. ; Surg. A. B. & A. R. R. 
and Sec. & Treas. Jeff. Co. Med. 
Soc, and Surg. Birmingham, Ala. 

John Augustine English Eyster, S. 
B., Maryland Agricultural, 1889 ; 
Graduate Student, 1899-1901 ; 
Fellow, Assistant, Instr. and 
Assoc, in Physiol, 1905-1908 ; 
Prof, of Pharmacol., Univ. of 
Virginia, Charlottesville, 1908- 
1910. — Prof. Physiol., Univ. Wis., 
Madison. 

Clifton Maupin Faris, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Junior, 1900 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1905-1906 ; Asst., 
Dr. H. A. Kelly's Sanitarium 
(Bait.), 1906-1907.— Surgeon, Sac- 
ramento, Cal. 

Frederick Reynolds Ford, S. B., Col- 
gate, 1901 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1905-1906; Pathol. St. Luke's 
Hosp., Deputy Health Officer and 
Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Allen Wier Freeman, S. B., Rich- 
mond, 1899; Graduate Student, 
1900-] 901; Interne, Newark City 
Hospital, N. J., 1905-1906. — Asst. 
Com. Health, State of Va., Rich- 
mond. 

Philip Kingsnorth Gilman, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Junior Univ., 1901; 
Assistant in Operative Surgery 
(H. L. ), and Asst. Res. Surgeon, 
UK).-,- 1907.— Assoc. Prof. Pathol., 
Philippine Med. Sch., Manila, 
I\ I. 



Sarah Mabel Grier (Mrs. C. B. Lesh- 
er), A. B., Bucknell, 1901, and 
A. M., 1904 ; Resident Physician, 
Syracuse Hospital, N. Y., 1905- 
1906. — Med. Missionary, Chao- 
chowfu, China. 

Edith Hale (Mrs. W. B. Swift), A. 
B., Radcliffe, 1901; Interne, New 
England Hospital, Roxbury, 1905- 
1906; Grad. Student, Berlin, Ger., 
1908-1910.— Asst. Attend. Phys. 
N. Eng. Hosp. and Disp. and 
Physician, Boston. 

Francis Jenks Hall, A. B., Yale, 
1899 ; Interne, Methodist Episco- 
pal Hospital, Philadelphia, 1905- 
1906. — Med. Missionary, and 
Instr. in Med., Union Med. Coll., 
and Woman's Med. Coll., Peking, 
China. 

Julius Theodore Haller, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1901 ; Grad Student, Vienna, 
Austria, 1910. — Physician, Daven- 
port, la. 

Helen Hempsted, A. B., Allegheny 
Coll., 1900 ; Cornell, 1900-1901 ; 
Interne, N. Y. Infirm., 1905-1906; 
Asst. Physician, Babies' Hosp., N. 
Y., 1906-1907. — Physician, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Thomas Norval Hepburn, A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1909, and A. M., 
1901 ; Interne, The Hartford Hos- 
pital, Conn., 1905-1907.— Physi- 
cian, Hartford. 

Reuben Paul Higgins, A. B., Cor- 
nell, 1902, and Medical Dept., 
1900-1902. — Ophthalmol., Cort- 
land Hosp., and Physician, Cort- 
land, N. Y. 

Donald Russell Hooker, A. B., Yale, 
1899, and M. S., 1901 ; Graduate 
Student, Berlin, 1905-1906 ; Asst. 
Instr. and Assoc, in Physiology, 
1906-1910. — Associate Professor. 

Henry Spencer Houghton, Ph. B„ 
Ohio State, 1901 ; Asst., Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Research, 
N. Y., 1905-1906. — Physician and 
Med. Missionary Gen. Hosp. and 
Surg, to Imperial Maritime Cus- 
toms, Wuhu, China. 

Henry Marshall Lankford, A. B., 
Western Maryland, 1901, and 
A. M., 1905 ; Supt. and Res. Surg. 
Evergreen PI. Hosp. Leavenworth, 
Kans., 1905-1907. — Physician, Prin- 
cess Anne. 

George Bilton Lawson, A. M., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1899 ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Kings Co. Hospital, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1905-1907. — Physician, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Eugene Joseph Leopold, A. B., 1901, 
Graduate Student, Berlin; "Vol- 
unteer" Stadisches Krankenhaus, 
Munich, and Grad. Student, Lon- 
don, 1905-1907. — Physician, Jew- 
ish Hosp. for Consumptives, Asst. 
Phys. to Hebrew Hosp., Asst. Phy- 
sician and Asst. in Med., and 
Thysician, Bait. 

David Marine, A. B., Western Mary- 
land, 1900 ; Graduate Student, 



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1900-1901 ; Resident Pathologist, 
The Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 
1905-1906 ; Dmnstr. Neuropath., 
1906. — Lecturer in Exp. Med., 
Western Reserve Univ., and Phy- 
sician, Cleveland. 

Henry Augustus Martelle, A. B., 
Bowdoin. 1901 ; House Officer, 
Hartford Hospital, Conn., 1905- 
1907. — Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Archibald Leete McDonald, A. B., 
North Dakota, 1901 ; Asst. Prof, 
in charge of Anat., Univ. of North 
Dakota, and Physician, Grand 
Forks, 1905-1911. — Physician, Du- 
luth, Minn. 

Arthur William Meyer, B. S., Wis- 
consin, 1898 ; Assistant and Instr. 
in Anatomy, 1905-1907; Asst. 
Prof. Anat. Univ. of Minn., Min- 
neapolis, 1907-1908 ; Prof. Anat, 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sen., Chicago, 
1908-1909. — Prof. Human Anat., 
Stanford Jr. University, Stan- 
ford Univ., Cal. 

William Lorenzo Moss, S. B. Univ. 
of Georgia, 1901 ; Resident' House 
Officer and Asst. Physician, J. H. 
Disp., 1905-1907; Grad. Student, 
Berlin, 1907 ; Instr. in Med., in 
Charge Research Lab., Phipps 
Disp., 1907-1911.— Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician. 

Eugene Bishop Mumford, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1901 ; Res. Physician, 
Children's Hosp., Boston, 1905- 
1906 ; Interne, Governeur Hosp., 
N. Y., and Ship Surg. Booth 
Steamship Co., 1906-1908. — Direc- 
tor, Bureau Contag. Diseases, City 
Board Health ; Physician, Chil- 
dren's Aid Assem. ; Vistg. Pedia- 
trician, City Hosp. ; Asst. Clin. 
Pediatrics, Ind. Univ. Sch. Med., 
and Physician, Indianapolis. 

James Edgar Paullin, Jr., A. B., 
Mercer, 1900, and Graduate Stu- 
dent, 1900-1901 ; Res. Pathologist, 
R. I. Hospital, Providence, 1905- 
1906. — Asst. Prof. Pathol., At- 
lanta Coll. P. and S. ; Pathol. Ga. 
State Bd. Health. Asst. Visitg. 
Physician, Grady Hosp. and 
Pathol. Wesley Mem. Hosp. 

George Edward Rehberger, A. B., 
1901 ; Jr. Asst., Craig Colony for 
Epileptics, Sonyea, N. Y. ; 1905- 
1909. — Physician, Everson, Wash. 

Lawrence Joseph Rhea, S. B., Texas, 
1901. — 1st Asst. in Pathol., City 
Hosp., Boston ; Instr. in Pathol., 
Harvard. {Degree conferred Feb- 
ruary 22, 1906.) 

Edward Henderson Richardson, A. 
B., Hampden-Sidney, 1900 ; Grad- 
uate Student, 1900-1901 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, Asst. Res. 
and Res. Gynecol., 1905-1910. — 
Instructor in Gynecol, and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Charles Ricksher, S. B. Parsons 
Coll. (la.), 1901, M. S., 1905; 
Clin. Asst., Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hospital, Towson, 1905- 



1906 ; Student Munich and Zurich, 
1906-1907 ; Asst. Physician, Dan- 
vers State Hosp., Hathorne, Mass., 
1907-1910 ; Chief of Clinic, Neurol. 
Institute, N. Y. City, 1910-1911. — 
Asst. in Clinical Psychiatry, Man- 
hattan State Hosp., Ward's Is- 
land, N. Y. 

Martin Phillip Rindlaub, Jr., B. 
L., Wisconsin, 1896 ; Chicago, 
1897 and 1900 ; Berlin, 1900-1901. 
— Oculist, Fargo, N. D. 

Francis Peyton Rous, A. B., 1900; 
Resident House Officer, 1905-1906 ; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Mich., 
Ann Arbor, 1906-1908. — Assoc. In 
Pathol., The Rockefeller Inst, for 
Med. Research, N. Y. 

Oscar Menderson Schloss, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1901 ; Resident 
Physician Kings Co. Hospital, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1905-1907; Res. 
Phvsician, Nursery and Child's 
Hosp., N. Y., 1907-1908. — Asst. 
Attend. Pediatrist, N. Y. Univ. 
and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. 
and N. Y. Nursery and Child's 
Hosp. and Willard Parker River- 
side Hosp., Asst. to the Chair 
Pediatrics, ibid., Physician, N. Y. 

Robert Barnard Slocum, Ph . B., 
Rochester, 1900, and Graduate 
Student, 1900 - 1901 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1905-1906; Supt. 
Walker Mem. Hosp., Wilmington, 
1906-1908. — Physician, Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

Lewis Frederick Smead, A. B., Woos- 
ter, 1901 ; Summer School, Wis- 
consin, 1901 ; Senior Resident 
Phvsician, Union Protestant In- 
firmary, Baltimore, 1905-1907. — 
Surg., St. Vincent's Hosp., and 
Physician, Toledo, O. 

Charles Walter Stone, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1901, and A. 
M., 1904 ; Interne and Res. Phys. 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1905- 
1908 ; D'mn'r in Med. West. Re- 
serve, 1908 ; Grad. Student, Ber- 
lin, Paris, London, 1908-09; 
Instr. Nerv. Diseases, Western 
Reserve, 1909, and Lect. in Nerv- 
ous Diseases, 1910. — Visit. Neurol. 
Cleveland City Hosp. ; Physician- 
in-chg. Disp. for Nervous Diseases, 
Lakeside Hosp., and Physician, 
Cleveland. 

Caroline Benson Towles, A. B., 
Woman's College of Baltimore, 
1893; Graduate Student, Prague, 
1905-1906. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Douglas Vander Hoof, B. L., Dart- 
mouth, 1901, and A. M. (Hon.), 
1907; Resident House Officer, 
1905-1906. — Prof. Phys. Diag., 
Med. Coll. of Va. ; Attend. Phys., 
Mem. Hosp. ; Consult. Phys., 
Johnston Hosp., and Physician, 
Richmond, Va. 

George Hoyt Whipple, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; Assistant and Assoc, in 
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1905 - 1910 ; Pathologist, Ancon 
Hosp., C. Z., 1907-1908. — Assoc. 
Prof, of Pathol, and Resident 
Pathologist. 

Harry Isaac Wiel, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Junior, 1900 ; Student, 
Harvard, 1901 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1905-1906.— Asst. in Med., 
San Francisco Polyclinic, Mbr. 
Med. Bd. Arequipa Sanitarium 
for Tub., Fairfax, and Physician, 
San Francisco. 

Hiram LaMont Youtz, Ph. B., Brown, 

1900, and A. M., 1901 ; Member 
of Staff, Moline City Hosp., Lect. 
Anat. City Hosp., Sec. Rock 
Island Co. Med. Soc, and Physi- 
cian, Moline, 111., 1905-1908 — 
Physician, Willow City, N. D. 

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1906 

Henry Adsit. A. B., Princeton, 1902 ; 
Non-resident Surgeon, St. James 
Hosp., Hornells, N. Y. — Surgeon, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank C. Ainley, S. B., Drake, 1902 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1906- 
1907 ; House Physician, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1907-1908 ; Asst. 
Res. Obstetrician, 1908 - 1909 ; 
Asst. in Obstet and Res. Obstet- 
rician, 1909-1910.— Physician, Los 
Angeles, CaL 

Vivia Belle Appleton, A. B., Cornell, 

1901, and Med. Dept, 1901-1902; 
Interne, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, and Grad. Student, 
Harvard, 1906 - 1907 ; Graduate 
Student, London and Berlin, 1907- 
1909. — Interne Babies' Hosp., New 
York. 

Frederic Wolcott Bancroft, A. B., 
Leland Stanford Jr., 1902, In- 
terne, The Roosevelt Hos., N. Y., 
1906-1908; Interne The Sloane 
Maternity Hosp., N. Y., 1908- 
1909. — Asst. in Surg. Disp. Univ. 
Colo. Sch. Med., Obstetrician, St. 
Luke's Hosp., Attend. Surg. 
Child'n Hosp. Alt. Surg. Mercy 
Hosp., 1st Lieut. Med. Res. Corps, 
U. S. A., and Physician, Denver, 
Colo. 

Herschel Winston Bass, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1901, and M. 
S., 1902 ; Graduate Student, Ber- 
lin, 1906-1907.— Physician, Ash- 
ville, Ala. 

Francis Cooke Beall, S. B., Texas, 
1902 ; Resident House Officer, 

1 906 - 1907. — Prof. Anat. Med. 
Dept, Ft. Worth Univ., and Surg., 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Edward Bailey Beasley, A. B., 1902; 
D. P. H., Harvard, 1911; Resi- 
dent Physician, The Leigh Hosp., 
Norfolk, Va., 1906; Interne, Wil- 
lard Parker Hosp. (N. Y. Health 
Dept.), and Asst. Surg. Woman's 
Hosp., X. v., 1907. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 



Henry Beeuwkes, A. B., 1902.— 

House Physician and Surg., Hud- 
son St. Hosp., N. Y., 1906-1907; 
House Surg., N. Y. Hosp., 1907- 
1909. — First Lieut. Army Med. 
Corps, Ft. Jay, Governor's Is., 
New York. 

Julian Raymond Blackman, A. B., 
Nebraska, 1902 ; Assistant in 
Physiol., Wisconsin, Madison, 1906- 
1908; Pathol, and Surg. Asst, St. 
Mary's Hosp., Oshkosh, Wis., 
1908 ; Pathol., St. Vincent's Hosp., 
Green Bay, Wis. ; Physician, 
Hastings, Neb., 1908-1909 ; Asst. 
Res. Gynecologist, 1909-1910. — 
Asst. Dr. Kelly's Private Hosp., 
Baltimore. 

Phoebe May Bogart (Mrs. Van 
Voast), A. B., Wellesley, 1902; 
Interne Woman's Hosp., Detroit, 
until Jan., 1907 ; Interne, Syra- 
cuse Hosp., N. Y., 1907-1908. — 
Asst. Gynecol. Disp. N. Y. Inf. 
for Women and Children and 
Physician, New York. 

Edwards Bennett Brown, A. B., Be 
loit, 1901 ; Wis. Coll. P. and S. 
1901-1903. — Physician, Beloit, 
Wisconsin. 

Louis Herbert Burlingham, A. B. 
Yale, 1902; Med. House Officer, 
Mass. Genl. Hosp., 1906-1907 
Asst. Res. Phys., Mass. Gen 
Hosp., Boston, 1907-1911.— Asst 
Administrator, ibid. 

Charles Metcalfe Byrnes, S. B 
North Carolina, 1902 ; Adj. Prof, 
of Anatomy, Virginia, Charlottes- 
ville, 1906-1909. — Instr. in Neur- 
ology, and Physician, Baltimore. 

John Roberts Caulk, A. B., St 
John's, 1901 ; Georgetown, 1901 
1902 ; Interne and 2nd Asst. Res, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1906 
1907 ; Asst. Res. Surg. J. H. H, 
1908-1909; Asst to Dr. Young. 
1909-1910.— Instr. G.-U. Surg. 
Washg. University, Editor Inter- 
state Med. Jour, and Surgeon, St, 
Louis. 

Franklin H. Church, A. B., Hamil- 
ton, 1902, and A. M., 1905; In- 
terne, Utica General Hosp., 1906- 
1907. — Asst. Gynecol. Utica Genl, 
Hosp., Pathol. St. Elizabeth's 
Hosp., Deputy Health Officer and 
Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Oren Howard Cobb, A. B., Harvard, 
1902 ; Clin. Asst. Med., N. Y. P.-G. 
Hosp.. 1906-1907 ; Med. Inspect. 
Div. Child Hygiene, Dept Health, 
N. Y., 1907-1908.— Res. Phys., 
N. Y. State Hosp. for Care Crip- 
pled and Deformed Children, W. 
Haverstraw, N. Y. 

T. Homer Coffin, S. B., Penn., 1901, 
and M. S., 1905. — Instr. in Medi- 
cine, The N. Y. Post-Graduate 
Hospital and Med. Sch., N. Y. 

Herbert Phalon Cole, A. B., St. Law- 
rence, 1901 ; Student of Medicine, 
Minn., 1901-1902. — Lect. in Gyne- 



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col. Med. Dept. Univ. Ala., and 
Gynecol, City Hosp., and .Physi- 
cian, Mobile. 

Egerton Lafayette Crispin, Ph. B., 
Illinois, 1902 ; Res. Pathol, and 
Physician, Pennsylvania Hosp., 
Phila., 1906-1910.— Physician,Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Ernest Samuel Cross, A. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1901 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1906-1907 ; Res. and Asst. 
Attend. Physician, Telfair Hosp., 
Savannah, Ga., 1908-1909 ; Med. 
Dir. and Chief of Staff, ibid, 1910. 
— Physician, Aiken Cottage Sana- 
torium, and Physician, Aiken, S. C. 

Victor Francis Cullen, A. B., Rock 
Hill, 1902, A. M., 1906 ; Res. Sur- 
geon, St. Joseph's Hosp., Balti- 
more, 1906-1908.— Supt. Md. Tu- 
berculosis Sanatorium, State Sana- 
torium, Md. 

Gaston Day, S. B., Florida State, 
1902 ; The New York Lying-in 
Hosp. (until Nov., 1906) ; House 
Surgeon, St. John's Riverside 
Hosp., Yonkers, N. Y., 1906-1907. 
— Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Richard Nixon Duffy, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1906-1907. — Physician, 
New Bern, N. C. 

Francis Fisher Ebersole, A. B., Cor- 
nell Coll., 1902 ; Interne, King's 
Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906- 
1908. — Physician, Mt. Vernon, la. 

Eugene Price Gray, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1902 ; Interne, James 
Walker Memorial Hosp., Wilming- 
ton, N. C, 1906-1907. — Physician, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Herbert Lee Gray, A. B., Colby, 
1902 ; Interne, Lying-in Hosp., N. 
Y. (4 mos.) ; Interne, Kingston 
Ave. Hosp., Dept. of Health, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906-1907. — Dep- 
uty Surg., N. Y. Hosp. ; Clin. Asst. 
G.-U. Dept. N. Y. Polyclinic Hosp. ; 
Chief Clin. G.-U. Diseases, Demilt 
Disp., and Physician, N. Y. 

Franklin Webb Griffith, A. B., West- 
ern Maryland, 1902, and A. M., 
1905 ; Externe in Gynecology, 
1906-1907 ; Asst. Resident and 
Act. Res. Gynecologist, 1907-1911. 
— Surg., Asheville, N. C. 

Arthur Hey wood Griswold, A. B., 
Harvard, 1902 ; Interne, The 
Hartford Hospital, Conn., 1906- 
1908. — Physician, Hartford Tub. 
Disp., Asst. Pathol, and Bact. 
Hartford Hosp. and Phys., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Henry Honeyman Hazen, A. B., 
1902 ; Externe in Dermatol. ; 
Chief Clinic, Freedman's Hosp., 
and Instr. Clin. Micpy., Howard 
Med. Sch., 1906-1909; Visit. Der- 
matol., Freedman's Hosp., 1910- 
1911. — Clin. Prof. Dermatol. How- 
ard Univ., and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Henry Frederick Helmholz, S. B., 
Wis., 1902 ; Summer Quarter, 



Chicago, 1902 ; Fellow in Pathol- 
ogy, 1906-1907 ; Voluntar Asst. 
Children's Clinic, Berlin, 1907- 
1909. — Asst. Prof. Pediatrics, 
Rush Med. Coll. ; Resch. Asst. 
Otho. S. A. Sprague Mem. Inst. ; 
Attend. Phys. St. Joseph and 
Child. Hospitals ; Med. Dir. Infant 
Welfare Soc, and Physician, 
Chicago. 

Charles William Hennington, S. B., 
Rochester, 1902 ; Res. House Offi- 
cer, and Asst. in Surg. Path., 
1906-1908.— Asst. on Staff, City 
Hosp. and Physician, Rochester, 
New York. 

Minerva Herrinton, A. B., Cornell, 
la., 1900 ; Graduate Student, Lewis 
Inst. (Chicago), 1902; Physician, 
Evening Dispensary for Women 
and Children, Baltimore, 1906- 
1908. — Physician, Phila. 

Joseph Henry Hewitt, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1899, and Med. Dept., 
1901-1902 ; Harvard Summer 
1902 ; Res. Pathologist, Charity 
Hosp., Cleveland, O., 1906-1908; 
Dem'nst'r. Pathol. Univ. Minn., 
1909-1910; Pathol. Ga. State 
Sanitarium, Milledgeville, 1910- 
1911. — Chicago. 

Frank Hinman, A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr., 1902. — City Bacteriol., 
and Physician, Spokane, Wash. 

Josephine Drummond Hunt, A. B., 
Kentucky, 1899, and A. M., 1902 ; 
Interne, Hospital for Women and 
Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 1906- 
1907 ; Summer Interne, Babies' 
Hosp., N. Y., 1909.— Obstetrician, 
Good Samaritan Hosp., and Phy- 
sician to House of Mercy and 
Physician, Lexington, Ky. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, A. B., St. 
John's, 1902; and A. M., 1906; 
Interne, Church Home and Infirm- 
ary, Bait., 1906-1907 ; Res. Surg., 
Lakeside Hosp., 1907-1908.— Phy- 
sician, Bait. 

Clarence B. Ingraham, Jr., Ph. B., 
Yale, 1902 ; Interne in Obstetrics, 
1906-1907 ; Asst. Dr. Kelly's Sani- 
tarium, Baltimore, 1907-1909.— 
Instr. in Obstetrics, Univ. of Colo. ; 
Asst. Res. Obstet, St. Luke's 
Hosp. ; Med. Reserve Corps, U. S. 
A., and Physician, Denver, Colo. 

Lawrence Lee Iseman, Ph. B., La- 
fayette, 1902 ; Senior Resident, 
Kensington Hosp. for Women, 
Phila., 1906-1908.— Clin. Asst. in 
Surg., N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. ; 
Asst. Surg. 111. Cent. R. R., and 
Physician, Chicago. 

William Finnev Kellam, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1902. — Physician, 
Onley, Va. 

Eugene Robert Kelley, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1902 ; Interne, Carney Hosp., 
Boston, 1906-1907.— Asst. State 
Comm. Health ; Assoc. Editor 
"Northwest Medicine;" Asst. Sec. 
Wash. State Assn. Prevention and 



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Relief Tuberculosis, and Physician, 
Seattle, Wash. 

John Hendricken King, A. B., 1899 ; 
and Grad. Student, 1899-1902 ; 
Vol. Asst. and Asst. in Med., 1906- 
1908; Inst, in Pathology, 1908- 
1910. — Associate. 

Mary Barker Kingsbury, A. B., Wel- 
lesley, 1899 ; Harvard Summer 
School, 1899 ; Interne, The Babies' 
Hosp., New York, 1906-1907. — 
Physician, Pottsville, Pa. 

Wilhelm Edmund Harmon Krecht- 
ing, A. B., Princeton, 1902 ; Asst. 
House Surg., N. Y. Lying-in Hosp., 
1906,1907. — House Surg. J. Hood 
Wright Mem. Hosp., N. Y. 

Harry Leslie Langnecker, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford, Jr., 1901 ; Res. 
House Officer, 1906-1907 ; Orth. 
House Officer, Mass. Genl. Hosp., 
1908 ; Asst. Orthoped. Surg. Mass. 
Genl. Hosp., 1909-1911.— 4th Asst. 
Res. Phys., ibid, and Physician, 
Cambridge. 

Andre Edward Lee, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, Jr., 1902 ; Passed Asst. 
Surgeon, U. S. N., Mare Island 
Hosp., Calif., 1906-1907; Naval 
Hospital, Canacao, P. I., 1907- 
1908 ; Cruising Asiatic Sta., 1909 ; 
Mare Is. Hosp., Cal., 1910. — P. A. 
Surg., U. S. N., Navy Recruit'g. 
Sta., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Joseph Stocking Lewis, A. B., Cani- 
sius, 1902 ; Graduate Student, 
Cornell, Summer, 1902 ; Interne, 
German Hospital, N. Y., 1906- 
1909. — Asst. Surg. Children's 
Hosp., and Attend. Gynecol., 
Buffalo Sisters of Charity Hosp., 
and Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

David Israel Macht, A. B., 1902 ; 
Harvard Summer Sch., 1903, 1904 
and 1905 ; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. 
Landau, Berlin, and Graduate 
work in Europe, 1906-1907 ; Ex- 
terne, Med. and Phipps Dispen- 
saries, 1908-1909 ; Asst. in Gynecol., 
Hebrew Hosp.,1908-1910. — Gynecol. 
Jewish Hosp. for Consumptives ; 
Asst. in Medicine, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

George Marsden, Ph. B., Brown, 
1900. — fhysician, New Bedford, 
Massachusetts. 

Enoch Marvin Mason, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1900, and M. 
S., 1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
1906-1907. — Phys. Jeff. Co. Anti- 
Tubercul. Assn., Pathol. Hillman 
Hosp., and Physician, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Can R. Meloy, A. B., W 7 ittenberg, 
1902, and A. M., 1905 ; Instructor 
in Pathol., Univ. of Virginia, 
1900-1907; Asst. in Pathol, and 
Asst. Resident Pathol., and Pa- 
thol. City Detention Hosp., Bay 
Vi<\v, 1907-1908; Adj. Prof. Pa- 
thol., Univ. of Va., Charlottesville, 
1 DOS 1910. — Physician, Detroit, I 
Mn-higaji. 



Robert Emory Moore, A. B., 1902 ; 
Interne, King's Co. Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1900-190S. — Asst. 
Visit. Surg., Samaritan Hosp. and 
King's Co. Hosp. and Allied Hos- 
pitals of Brooklyn, and Physician, 
Brooklyn ; Clin. Asst. G.-U. Dis- 
eases, L. I. Coll. Hosp. 

Arthur Henry Morse, A. B., Tufts, 
1902 ; Harvard Medical Sch., 
Summer of 1903 ; Res. Pathol., 
R. I. Gen., Providence, 1906-1907 ; 
Asst. Res. Obstetrician, 1907- 
1908 ; Asst. Res. Surg., U. P. 
Infirm., 1908-1909; Asst. Res. 
Obstet., 1909-1910 ; Res. Obstet- 
rician and Instr. in Obstetrics, 
1910-1911.— Asst. Res. Surg. U. f. 
Infirmary. 

Agnes Gordon Murdoch, A. B., 
Woman's Coll. of Balto., 1902 ; 
Interne, New Eng. Hosp., Rox- 
bury, Mass., 1906-1907. — Med. 
Missionary, Hwai Yuen via Nan- 
king, China. 

Marie Eleanor Nast (Mrs. W. B. 
Wherry), A. B. Woman's Coll. of 
Balto., 1902; Chicago, 1902-1903. 
— Cincinnati, O. 

John Francis Ortschild, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr., 1899; Asst. in 
Operative Surgery (H. L.), 1906- 
1907 ; Asst. Res. Surg., 1907-1908. 
— Portland, Ore. 

Robert Patek, S. B., California, 
1901. — Asst. Surg., Emergency 
Hosp., and Physician, San Fran- 
Isaac Rosenbaum Pels, A. B., 1902 ; 
Interne The Jewish Hosp., Phila., 
1906-1907 ; Externe in Medicine, 
1907; Interne, U. P. I., 1908; 
Externe in Surgery, 1908-1909.— 
Surg. Out-Pat. Dept. Hebrew 
Hosp., Asst. in Dermatol, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Damon Beckett Pfeiffer, A. B., 
Princeton, 1902 ; Interne, The 
German Hosp., Phila., 1906-1909. 
Pathol., German Hosp. ; Director, 
Clin. Lab., Presbyterian Hosp. ; 
Instr. Surg. Univ. of Penna. ; 
Asst. Surg. Univ. Hosp. and Out- 
patient Dept. German Hosp., and 
Physician, Philadelphia. 

Benjamin Swayne Putts, A. B., 
1902 ; Res. Physician, Allegheny 
General Hosp., Pa., 1906-1907 ; 
Physician, Mass. State Sana- 
torium, Rutland, 1907 - 1908. — 
Deputy Med. Director, Penna. 
State So. Mt. Sanatorium, Mont 
Alto, Pa. 

Ralph R. Rea, S. B.. Iowa State, 
1899. — Physician, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

Francis Hamilton Redewill, S. B., 
California, 1902; Interne, M. B. 
Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906-1907 ; 
Asst. Surg. Ft. Bayard, N. M., 
1907-1908 ; Student, Paris, 1910- 
1911 ; Asst. Chief. Surg. Ran- 
dolph R. R. Lines ; Phys. & Surg., 
Phoenix, Ariz. 



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Richard Frederic Lot Ridgway, A. 
B., Princeton, 1898, and A. M., 
1902 ; Res. Physician Harrisburg 
Hosp., Pa., 1906-1907. — Disp. 
Surg, and Anaesthetist, Harris- 
burg Hosp., and Physician, Har- 
risburg. 

Henry Camp Russ, A. B., Yale, 1902 ; 
Res. Pathologist, The Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, O., 1906-1907; 
Asst. Supt., ibid., 1907-1808.— 
Physician in chg. Lab. Charter 
Oak Private Hosp., Asst. Pathol. 
Hartford Hosp., and Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Harold Payne Sawyer, S, B., Ala- 
bama, 1902 ; Asst. in Pathol., 
Bender Hygienic Lab. and Instr. 
in Pathol, and Bacterid., Albany 
Med. Coll., N. Y., 1906-1908 ; 
Instr. Pathol. Univ. and Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Sen., 1908-1909.— 
Asst. Pathol. Samaritan Hosp., 
Pathol. Leonard Hosp., Instr. in 
Clin. Micpy., Albany Medical Coll., 
and Physician, Troy, N. Y. 

Edwin Henry Schorer, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1902 ; Rockefeller Inst, 
for Med. Research, N. Y., 1906- 
1907 ; Instr. in Pathol, and Bac- 
terid., Univ. of Missouri, Colum- 
bia, 1907-1908 ; Asst. Prof. Para- 
sitology and Hygiene, ibid., 1908- 
1909 ; Asst. Prof. Bact. and Path. 
Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, 1909- 
1910. — Special Investigator, Dept. 
Preventive Med. and Hygiene, 
Harvard Med. Sen., Boston. 

♦Lamar Seeley, A. B., Williams, 
1902. — Interne, St. Luke's Hosp., 
New York, 1906-1907. 

Ralph Berger Seem, Ph. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1902 ; Senior Res. Phvsician, 
St. Luke's Hosp., South Bethle- 
hem, Pa.. 1906-1908. — Supt. J. 
Walker Mem. Hosp., Wilmington, 
North Carolina. 

Frank Joseph Sladen, A. B., Yale, 
1902 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Res. Physician in Charge 
Med. Bacteriol. Lab., Asst. in 
Med., 1906-1908; Instr. in Med. 
and Asst. Res. Physician, 1908- 
1910. — Assoc, in Med. and Res. 
Physician and Med. Adviser to 
the Students. 

Harry Gordon Sloan, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1902 ; Res. 
Surg., The Lakeside Hospital, 
Cleveland, 1906-1909.— Demonstr. 
Surg. Physiol. West. Res. Med. 
Dept. and Physician, Cleveland. 

Harvey Brinton Stone, A. B., 1902 ; 
Res. House Officer, 1906-1907; 
Adjunct. Prof, of Surg., Univ. of 
Virginia, Charlottesville, 1907- 
1910.— Assoc. Prof. Surg. Bait. 
Med. Coll., and Surgeon, Bait. 

Persis Rosamond Straight, A. B., 
Smith, 1902. — Physician, Brad- 
ford, Pa. {Degree granted Nov. 5, 
1906). 



Solomon Strouse, A. B., 1902 ; Res. 
House Officer, 1906-1907 ; Physi- 
cian, Out-Pat. Dept. Hebrew Hosp., 
1907-1909. — Asst. Pathol., The 
Michael Rees Hosp., Chicago. 

Henry Clarke Thatcher, A. B., Yale, 
1902, M. S., 1904, and Med. Dept., 
1902-1903; House Officer, Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y., 1906-1908; Dr. 
Thayer's Asst. J. H. H., 1909- 
1910. — Asst. in Med., Columbia 
Univ., N. Y. ; Asst. Visit. Phys., 
Seton Hosp., and Physician, New 
York, N. Y. 

Philip Pickering Thompson, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1902; Med. Sen. of 
Maine, 1902-1903; Interne, Car- 
ney Hospital, Boston, 1906-1907. 
Dmnstr. Anat. Med. Sch. of Me., 
Assoc. Editor, Me. Med. Jour., and 
Physician, Portland. 

Harry Norton Torrey, S. B., Knox, 
1900 ; Med. Dept, Mich., 1901- 
1905, and A. M., 1905 ; Rocke- 
feller Fellow, Univ. of Mich. 
Summer of 1906. — Physician, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Willis Willard Waite, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1902 ; Pathological In- 
terne, City Hospital, Blackwell's 
Island, N. Y., 1906-1907 ; Bac- 
teriol, N. Y. City Dept. Health, 
1907, Bureau of Health and St. 
Joseph's Hosp., and Physician, 
Syracuse, N. Y. — Dir. El Paso 
Med. Lab., El Paso, Texas. 

Harold Randall Webb, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1902 ; Resident Physician, 
City Hosp., Waltham, Mass, 1906- 
1908. — Physician, Arlington, Mass. 

George Howard White, Jr., A. B., 
Princeton, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1906-1907 ; Pathol. Gen- 
eral Hosp., and Physician, Char- 
leston, W. Va. 

Frederick Petheram Wilbur, A. B., 
Williams, 1902 ; Interne, City 
Hosp., Blackwell's Island, N. Y., 
1906-1907. — Physician, Franklin 
Furnace, N. J. 

Nannie Lee Winn, A. B., Woman's 
Coll. of Balto., 1900. — Physician, 
Clayton, Ala. 

John Arthur Winter, A. B., Michi- 
gan, 1902 ; Interne, The Lakeside 
Hospital, Cleveland, 1906 - 190 7 ; 
Physician and Surg., Calumet and 
Hecla Mining Co. Hosp., Calumet, 
Mich, 1907-1908; Grad. Student 
in Europe, 1908-1909 ; House Sur- 
geon 111. Charitable Eye & Ear 
Infirmary, Chicago, 1909-1910.— 
Special Exam. Anti-Tub. Com. 
and Asst. Special Exam, for 
Schools, and Physician, Duluth, 
Minn. 

Gilman Joseph Winthrop, A. B., 
Univ. of the South, 1902; In- 
terne, Gouverneur Hosp., New 
York, 1906-1908. — Dmnstr. Surg, 
and Pathol., Univ. of Ala., and 
Surgeon, Mobile. 

Benjamin Edgar Wolfort, S. B., 
Pennsylvania, 1902, and Med. 



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Dept, 1901-1902 ; Interne, Kings- 
ton Av. Hospital, Brooklyn, 1906- 
1907 ; Interne, Jewish Hosp., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-1908.— 
Asst. Orthopedic Surg., Jewish 
Hosp. ; Surg. East N. Y. and 
Jewish Hosp. Dispensaries, and 
Physician, Brooklyn. 

Samuel Wolman, A. B., 1902. — Instr. 
in Med. and Asst. Physician and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Peregrine Wroth, Jr., A. B., 1902 ; 
Res. Physician, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Bait., 1906-1908. — Sur- 
geon, Hagerstown, Md. (85) 



1907 

Merle Theron Adkins, S. B., Beloit, 
1903 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, 1907-1908. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Francis Merriman Barnes, Jr., A. 
B., Hamilton, 1903; A. M., 1906; 
Asst. Phys. and Director Clin. 
Lab., Sheppard and Pratt Hos- 
pital, Towson, 1907-1910. — Junior 
Asst. Physician, Gov. Hosp. for 
Insane, Washington, D. C. 

Albert Henry Beifeld, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1902 ; Interne, Michael 
Reese Hospital, Chicago, 1907- 
1909. — Physician, Chicago. 

Edward Grant Birge, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1903 ; Bacteriologist, Back 
River Disposal Wks., Colgate, 
Baltimore, 1907-1911.— Asst. Bac- 
teriol. Penna. R. R. Co., Altoona, 
Pa. 

Montague Laffitte Boyd, Ph. B., 
Emory, 1903 ; Interne, Walker 
Mem. Hospital, Wilmington, N. C, 
1907-1908 ; Private Asst. to Dr. 
H. H. Young, 1908-1909.— Asst. 
Res. Surg. J. H. H., 1909-1910.— 
Surgeon, Atlanta, Ga. 

Leverett Dale Bristol, S. B., Wes- 
leyan (Conn.), 1903; Interne, 
Hartford Hosp., Conn, (summers), 
1905-1906 ; Instr. in Pathol, and 
Bacteriol., Coll. of Med., Syracuse 
Univ., N. Y., 1907-1908.— Physi- 
cian, St. Paul Free Med. Disp. ; 
Assoc. Phys. Univ. Hosp. and 
Clin. Asst. Med. Univ. Minn. ; Med. 
Director, St. Paul Anti-Tub. Com. ; 
Secy. Clin. Sec. Nat. Assn. Study 
and Prevention of Tuberculosis, 
and Physician, St. Paul, Minn. 

Chester Timothy Brown, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1903; Interne, N. Y. City 
Hospital, 1907 - 1908. — Physician, 
East Orange, N. J. 

Wade Hampton Brown, S. B., Nash- 
ville, 1899 ; Chicago, 1902-1903 ; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirm- 
ary, Bait, (until Sept. 1, '07) ; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Vir- 
gin i.-i, Charlottesville, 1907-1908; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Wis- 
consin, Madison, 1908-1910; Asst. 
Prof. Pathol., ibid., 1910-1911.— 



Prof. Histol. and Pathol. Univ. of 
N. C., Chapel Hill. 

Frederick Dabney Bullock, S. B., 
Ky. State Coll., 1899; Interne, 
German Hosp., N. Y., 1907-1908. — 
Asst. Pathol., R. I. Genl. Hosp., 
Providence. 

Edward Kimball Burbeck, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1903. — Phys., Salem, 
Mass. 

Charles Burnside, Ph. B., Iowa Coll., 
1903 ; Interne, Passavant Mem. 
Hospital, Chicago, 1907 - 1908.— 
Physician, Des Moines, la. 

Waid Edwin Carson, A. B., Ohio 
Wesleyan, 1900 ; Spg. and Sum- 
mer Qrs., Chicago, 1903 ; Res. 
Phys., Allegheny Genl. Hosp., 
Pgh., 1907-1908.— Physician, Pitts- 
burgh. 

James H. Chesnutt, A. B., Virginia, 
1903 ; Resident House Officer, 1907- 
1908. — Physician, Hot Springs, 

Eliot 'Round Clark, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Asst. and Instr. in Anat- 
omy, 1907-1910. — Associate. 

Paul Wiswall Clough, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1903 ; Resident House Officer, 
1907-1908; Asst. and Instr. in 
Med. and Asst. Res. Physician, 
1908-1911. — Instr. in. Med. in 
Chg. of Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic 
and Asst. Res. Phys. 

Edwin Charles Cort, A. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1901, and A. 
M., 1904 ; Student, West. Penna. 
Med. Coll., 1901-1903 ; Externe in 
Medicine, 1907-1908. — Med. Mis- 
sionary, Lakawn, Siam. 

Fred Yohn Cronk, S. B., St. John's, 
1903, and A. M., 1907 ; Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1907- 
1909 ; Res. Surg., St. Agnes Hosp., 
Bait., 1909-1910.— Surgeon, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

Robert Law Cunningham, A. B., 
Wabash, 1901 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-1908; Instr. Physiol, 
and P.-C. Univ. of Calif., 1909- 
1910 ; Res. Phys., Barlow Sana- 
torium, 1908-1911. — Instr. in Clin. 
Med., Med. Dept. Univ. of Cal., 
and Physician, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Cline Flemming Davidson, S. B., 
Wabash, 1900; Illinois, 1901- 
1903 ; Res. House Officer, 1907- 
1908 ; Asst. Instr. Physiol., State 
Univ., Wash., 1908-1909. — Chief 
City Med. Inspector, Pathol. City 
Hosp., and Physician, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Paul Herman Dernehl, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1903 ; Volun. Asst. Ros- 
tock, Germany, 1907-1908 ; Asst. 
Ophthal. Clinic, Strassburg, 1908- 
1909.— Physician, Milwaukee, Wis. 

William Wirt Dinsmore, S. B., Ala. 
Polytechnic, 1903. — Physician, De- 
catur, Ala. 

Alphonse Raymond Dochez, A. B., 
1903 ; Rockefeller Student In 
Path. Physiol., J. H. U., 1908; 



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Fellow in Path. Hock. Inst, for 
Med. Res., 1909-1910 ; Bacterid, 
the Hosp. of the Rockefeller Inst, 
for Med. Research, N. Y., 1911. — 
Asst. Res. Physician, ibid. 

Robert Weyer Dunlap, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1903 ; In- 
terne, West Penna. Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, 1907-1908. — Med. Mission- 
ary, Amer. Presbyterian Mission, 
Ten-Chou, Shantung Prov., China. 

Dan Hughes DuPree, S. B., Georgia, 
1903. — Physician, Athens, Ga. 

Willis Dew Gatch, A. B., Indiana, 
1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
1907-1908 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon 
and Asst. in Surgery, 1908-1911. 
— Prof, of Surgery, Med. 'Sen. 
Univ. of Ind., Indianapolis. 

George Burton Gilbert, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. 
(Mar. to June), 1908; Res. Phys. 
Cragmor Sanatorium, Colorado 
Spgs., 1909 - 1911. — Res. Phys. 
Manitou Pk. Hotel, Colo., and 
Physician, Colo. Spgs., Colo. 
(Degree granted Feby. 22, 1908.) 

Henry Graber, A. B., Ursinus, 1903 ; 
Res. and Chf. Res. Phys., Presby- 
terian Hosp., Philadelphia, 1907- 
1910. — Physician, Royersford, Pa. 

Inslee Blair Greene, Ph. B., Yale, 
1902 ; Interne, M. E. Hosp., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-1908. — 
Res. Physician, Seattle Municipal 
Hosp., and I : hysician, Seattle, 
Washington. 

Clyde Graeme Guthrie, A. B., La- 
fayette, 1903 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-1908.— Instr. in Med. 
in charge Clin. Lab. and Asst. 
Res. Physician. 

Milton Hahn, A. B., Harvard, 1903; 
Interne, Mt. Sinai Hosp., New 
York, 1907-1909.— Visitg. and At- 
tend. Pediatrician, Preedman's 
Hosp. and Geo. Washington's 
Univ. Disp. ; Instr. in Pediatrics, 
Geo. Washington's Univ. and Phy- 
sician, Washington, D. C. 

Aleck Perkins Harrison, A. B., Fla. 
State Coll., 1899 ; Res. Physician, 
St. Agnes' Hosp., Bait., 1907-1908; 
Res. Physician, "Camp Green- 
brier," Alderson, W. Va. (Summer 
of 1908) ; Private Physician, 
abroad, Summer, 1909 ; Phys. 
and Pathol., Springfield State 
Hosp., Md.. 1909-1910 ; Asst. Med. 
Director "The N. W. Mutual Life 
Ins. Co. of Milwaukee ;" Physi- 
cian, Milwaukee, 1910-1911. — Phy- 
sician, Howard, R. I. 

George W. Hartman, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1903 ; Res. Physician, The 
French Hosp., N. Y., 1907-1908 ; 
House Surg., Flushing Hosp., 
Flushing, N. Y., 1908-1909.— Phy- 
sician, San Francisco, Cal. (De- 
gree granted February 22, 1908.) 

Franklin Hazlehurst, Jr., A. B., 
1903 ; Act. Res. House Officer and 
Externe in Medicine, 1907-1908 ; 
Volun. Asst. Ear Clinic, Univ. of 



Strassburg, 1909-1910. — Laryn. & 
Otol., Robt. Garrett Hosp. for 
Children and Asst. in Throat and 
Nose, and fhysician, Bait. 

Ralph Wellington Hellenbrand, A. 
B., Bowdoin, 1903. — Res. Surg. 
New York Hosp., New York. 

Elizabeth Singley Hellweg, A. B., 
Woman's Coll. (Bait.), 1899.— 
Asst. Phys. Manhat. State Hosp., 
Wards Is., N. Y. 

Gladys Rowena Henry, S. B., Ne- 
braska, 1900 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-1908 ; Asst. Res. 
Physician, 1908-1909. — Chicago, 
Illinois. 

George Julius Heuer, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1903 ; Resident House Officer, 
1907-1908.— Asst. Res. Surgeon. 

Eben Clayton Hill, A. B., 1903 ; 
Graduate Student, Freiburb, Sum- 
mer, 1904, 1906 ; Res. Phys. Camp 
Champlain, Burlington, Vt., 1907- 
1908; Asst. in Anatomy, 1907- 

1908 ; 1st Lieut. Med. Reserve 
Corps, 1908-1909 ; Graduate, Army 
Med. Sen., 1909; 1st Lieut. Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, 1909-1911.— 
Madison Barracks, N. Y. 

Charles Lane Hincher, S. B., Roches- 
ter, 1903 ; Interne, Park Ave. 
Hosp., Rochester, N. Y., 1907- 
1908. — Physician, Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Gardner Hopkins, A. B., Co- 
lumbia, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-1908.— Bacteriol., St. 
Luke's Hosp., Pathol. Sloane Ma- 
ternity Hosp., and Asst. in Clin. 
Pathol., Columbia Univ., N. Y. 

Herbert Lester Kelley, A. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1903. — Passed Asst. Sur- 
geon, U. S. Navy, U. S. Navy 
Yard, Mare Is., Cal. 

Allen Kramer Krause, A. B., Brown, 
1901, and A. M., 1902, and Grad- 
uate Student, 1902-1903 ; Asst. 
and Instr. in Pathol., 1907-1909. 
— Asst. Saranac Lab. for Study of 
Tuberculosis, Saranac Lake. 

Sally Porter Law (Mrs. Alexius 
McGlannan), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1903.— Baltimore. 

Bethuel Boyd Vincent Lyon, A. B., 
Williams, 1903 ; Res. Physician, 
German Hospital, Phila., 1907- 

1909 ; Dmnr. in Med. Jeff. Med. 
Sen., 1909-1910. — Pathol. Metho- 
dist Hosp. ; Asst. Pathol. German 
Hosp. ; Asst. IFhys. Med. Disp., 
Univ, Penna., and Physician, 
Philadelphia. 

Perry William McLaughlin, A. B., 
Pennsylvania Coll., 1903. — Physi- 
cian, Greencastle, Pa. 

Edward Fall Malone, A. B., Vander- 
bilt, 1903 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard- 
Pratt Hosp., Towson, 1907 ; Stu- 
dent, Berlin, Germany, 1907-1910. 
— Asst. Prof, of Anat., Univ. of 
Cincinnati, O. 

Norris Gray Orchard, S. B., Fargo 
Coll., 1903 ; Interne, City Hosp., 
Rochester, N. Y., 1907-1908.— 
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Fred Thomas Owens, A. B., Hamil- 
ton, 1903, and A. M., 1906 ; 
House Phvsician. City Hospital, 
N Y., 1907-1908. — Physician, 
IJtica, N. Y. 

Charles Benjamin Palmer, A. B., 
Harvard, 1901 ; Med. Interne, 
Manhattan State Hosp. (6 mos.), 
Interne N. Y. Post Graduate Hos- 
pital N. Y., 1908-1910.— Physi- 
cian.' Las Chispas Mine, Sonora, 
Mexico. 

William Turner Parsons, A. B., 
1903.— Junior Res. Bait. Eye, Ear 
& Throat Charity Hosp., Bait. 

Carroll Dunham Partridge, S. B., 
Vermont, 1900 ; Instr., Chicago 
Summer qrs., 1904-1905 ; Asst. 
Cornell, 1900-1902 ; Carnegie Re- 
search Asst. in Organic Chem., 
1907-1908 ; Pathol., Thos. Wilson 
Sanitarium, Md., 1907-1908; Pa- 
thol., State Infirmary, Tewksbury, 
Mass, 1908-1910. — Path. House 
Officer, Albany Hosp. and Asst. in 
Path., Albany Med. Sen., Albany, 
N. Y. {Degree granted Feby. 22, 
1908). „. . 

William Otto Pauli, A. B., Cincin- 
nati, 1902 : Asst. Biol., 1902-1903 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1907-1908. 
Instr. Obstet. ; Dmnstr. in Clin. 
Micpv., Ohio-Miami Med. Coll , 
and Physician, Cincinnati. 

George Peirce, A. B., Haverford, 
1903 ; Resident Physician, Dr. 
Grenf ell's Hospital, St. Anthony, 
Newfoundland. 1907 ; Res. Physi- 
cian, Penna. Hosp., Phila., 1908- 
1909. — Graduate Student, Berlin, 
Germany. 

Eugene Leo Pessagno, A. B., 1903 ; 
Interne, St. Joseph's Hosp., 1907- 
1908; Asst. in Med., 1908-1909.— 
Physician, Disp. St. Joseph's Hosp. 
and Physician. Baltimore. 

Harry Ward Plaggemeyer, A. B., 
1903 ; Interne, King's County 
Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-1909. 
— Private Asst. to Dr. Young, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Paul Preble, A. B., Bowdoin, 1903 ; 
Res. Surg., St. Agnes' Hosp., Balti- 
more, 1907-1908. — Asst. Surg., U. 
S. P. H. & M. H. S. Chief Mis- 
cellaneous Div., Bureau P. H. & 
M. H. S., Washington, D. C. 

Alexander Randall, A. B., St. John's, 
1902 ; and M. A., 1907 ; Graduate 
Student, 1902-1903 ; Interne, Ger- 
man Hospital, Philadelphia, 1908- 
1909 ; Asst. to Dr. Young, Bait., 
1909-1910.— Asst. Res. Surg. 

Daniel Pattee Ray, A. B., Dickinson, 
1903, A. M., 1908 ; Res. Physician, 
McKeesport Hospital, Pa., and 
West. Penna. Hosp., Pittsburg, 
1907-1908. — Pathol, and Asst. 
Visit. Phys., Conemaugh Valley 
Mem. Hosp., and Physician, Johns- 
town, Pa. 

Clarence Adair Rhodes, A. B., Ran- 
rlolph-Macon, 1903; Interne, St. 
Vincent's Hospital, N. Y., 1907- 



1908 ; Interne, Willard Parker 
Hosp. (3 mos.) ; Res. Phys., N. Y. 
Foundling Hosp., 1909 - 1910 ; 
House Phys. (St. John's Guild), 
Sea Side Hosp., New Dorp, S. I., 
N. Y., 1910-1911.— Adj. Prof. Med. 
& Thera., Atlanta Coll. P. & S., 
and Physician-in-Chief, Wesley 
House, and Physician, Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Charles Woodward Riley, A. B., 
1903. — Interne, The Woman's 
Hosp. of the State of N. Y., N. Y. 
City. 

Mary Jane Ross, A. B., Cornell, 
1898, and Ph. D., 1902 : Woman's 
Med. Coll. of Penna., 1898-99 ; A. 
M., Pennsylvania, 1900 ; Interne, 
The Babies' Hospital, New York, 
June-Oct., 1907 ; Res. Pathol., St. 
Luke's Hosp., New Bedford, Mass., 
1907-1909. — Physician, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

Edgar Poe Sandrock, A. B., 1903 ; 
Res. Physician, St. Agnes' Hosp., 
Bait., 1907-1909 ; Res. Phys., 
"Camp Greenbrier," Alderson, W. 
Va. (Summer), 1909. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Hiram Sibley Schumacher, Ph. B., 
Rochester, 1903 ; House Officer, 
Rochester Homeopathic Hosp., N. 
Y., 1907 - 1908. — Med. Dispen., 
Rochester Homeo. Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Rochester. 

Raymond Brown Scofield, S. B., 
Rochester, 1902 ; Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Pub. Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, Stapleton, S. I., N. Y., 
1907-1909 ; Asst. and House Surg. 
J. Hood Wright, Mem. Hosp., N. 
Y., 1908-1909.— Asst. Phys. Yon- 
kers Tub. Disp. and St. John's 
Riverside Hosp. Disp. and Phy- 
sician, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Will Farquhar Shallenberger, A. B., 
Washington and Jefferson, 1903 
Res. House Officer, 1907-1908 
Asst. Res. Physician, 1908-1909 
Asst. Res. Gynecologist, 1909- 
1910 ; Res. Surg. Hosp. for 
Women of Md., 1910. — Gynecolo- 
gist, Atlanta, Ga. 

Clarence Albert Shore, S. B., North 
Carolina. 1901, M. S., 1902, and 
Med. Dept., 1903-1904. — Director, 
State Lab. Hygiene, Raleigh, N. C. 
(Degree granted January 6, 1908 ) 

George Arthur Smith, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Interne, The Hartford 
Hosp., 1907 - 1908. — Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Joseph Tate Smith, Jr., A. B., 1903; 
Res. House Officer and Asst. Res. 
Obstetrician, 1907 - 1909 ; Res. 
Gynecol., Lakeside Hosp., Cleve- 
land, 1909-1910. — Physician, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Charles Granville Souder, S. B., 
Ohio State, 1903.— Pathol., Robin- 
wood Hosp., and Physician, To- 
ledo, O. 

Charles Henry Stubenrauch, A. B., 
1903 ; Asst. Res. Physician, Church 



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Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1907-1908 ; Asst. in Med., 1908- 
1910. — Physician, Havana, 111. 

Charles Henry Turkington, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1903 ; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn., 1908-1909. — Physi- 
cian, Litchfield, Conn. 

Lucius Tuttle, A. B., Yale, 1901 ; 
Microscopist Univ. Hosp. Disp., 
1907-09; Asst. Dmnr. Pathol., 
Univ. of Penna., 1908-1910.— 
Dmnr. Physiol., Jefferson Med. 
Coll. and Physician, Philadelphia. 
{Degree granted April 1, 1907.) 

Percy Theodore Watson, A. B., 
Carleton, 1903 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-1908. — Med. Mis- 
sionary, Fen-chofu, Shansi, China. 

William Henderson White, A. B., 
Dickinson, 1903 ; Interne, Pater- 
son General Hospital, N. J., 1907- 
1908 ; Interne, Riverside Con- 
tagious Hosp., North Bros. Is., 
N. Y., 1908-1909; Hosp. Phys., 
N. Y. City Board of Health, Otis- 
ville Sanatorium, Otisville, N. Y. 

Udo Julius Wile, A. B., Columbia, 
1904, and Med. Dept., 1903-1904 ; 
Vol. Asst. Dermatol. Clinic, Ber- 
lin, 1908-1909.— Chief Clinic in 
Dermatol. and Syphilis, Beth 
Israel Hosp. ; Attend. Dermatol. 
Hebrew Infant Asylum ; Asst. N. 
Y. Skin and Cancer Hosp., and 
Physician, N. Y. (Degree granted 
January 6, 1908.) 

Milton Charles Winternitz, A. B., 

1903 ; Fellow Asst. and Instr. in 
Pathology, 1907-1910. — Assoc, in 
Pathology and Asst. Res. Patholo- 
gist ; Pathol., Bay View. 

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1908 

Solomon J. Applebaum, A. B., 
Rochester, 1904 ; Interne, West. 
Penna. Hosp., Pittsburgh, 1908- 
1909. — Asst. Phys. Genl. Hosp., 
and Physician, Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Robson Bromwell Branch, 
A. B., 1904 ; Res. House Onicer, 
1908-1909; Med. Supt.,The Macon 
Hosp., Macon, Ga., 1909-1910.— 
Attend. Gynecol, to Macon Hosp. 
and Physician, Macon, Ga. 

Addison Gorgas Brenizer, Jr., A. B., 
North Carolina, 1904 ; Interne, 
Univ. of Heidelberg, Germany, 
1908 - 1910. — Surgeon, Charlotte. 
N. C. 

James Stewart Brotherhood, S. B., 
Dartmouth, 1904 ; Res. House 
Onicer, 1908-1909 ; Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician and Asst. in Med., 1909- 
1910 ; Res. Physician, Sydenham 
Hosp., Bait, 1910 - 1911. — Res. 
Phys. Wash. Univ. Hosp., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Carl Herbert Bryant, Ph. B., Yale, 

1904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1908-1909.— Physician, In- 
dependence, Mo. 

Jonathan Edward Burns, Jr., A. B., 
Virginia, 1904 ; Interne, Union 



Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1908-1909.— Physician, Wheeling, 
W. Va. 

Christian Frederick Carstens, A. B., 
Lake Forest, 1901 ; Interne, City 
Hospital, N. Y., 1908-1909.— Phy- 
sician, Keewatin, Minn. 

Webster Kimball Clark Ph. B„ Yale, 
1904.— Pathol. Franklin Co. Hosp., 
and Physician, Greenfield, Mass. 
(Degree granted April 5, 1909.) 

Ralph DeBallard Clarke, A. B., N. 
Y. Univ., 1904 ; Interne, Post- 
Grad. Hosp., N. Y., 1908-1910; 
House Phys. Home for Convales. 
Babies Sea Cliff, L, I., N. Y., 
1910-1911.— Res. Surg. Nances 
Cay Hosp., Bocas del Toro R. de 
Panama. 

Jean Valjean Cooke, A. B., West 
Virginia, 1903, and Yale, 1904 ; 
Harvard Med. Sch. (Summer), 
1906; Instr. Pathol., Univ. and 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Sch., N. Y., 
1908-1910; Res. Pathol. Penna. 
Hosp., Phila. — Instr. Pathol. Tu- 
lane Univ. and Res. Pathol. Touro 
Hosp., New Orleans, La. 

Edward Vincent Coolahan, A. B., 
Rock Hill, 1903.— Res. Phys., St. 
Vincent's Hosp., N. Y. 

Frederick Aloysius Coughlin, A. B., 
Brown, 1904. — Interne, City Hosp., 
Boston. 

Samuel James Crowe, A. B., Georgia, 

1904 ; Assistant in Surgery (H. 
L.), 1908-1909; Asst. Res. Surg., 
1909-1910.— Asst. in Surg. 

Edward Adams Deming, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1904 ; Interne, N. Y. Health 
Dept. to Jan. 1, 1909 ; Interne, 
Hartford Hosp., Conn., 1909-1910. 
— Physician, Hartford. 

Henry Strong Denison, A. B., Cor- 
nell, 1905 ; Interne, Mass. Gen. 
Hosp., Boston, 1908-1909. — Direc- 
tor, St. Luke's Hosp. Lab. ; Asst. 
in Med., Univ. of Colo., and Phy- 
sician, Denver. 

William Reuben S. Denner, A. B., 
Penna. Coll., 1904, and A. M., 
1907 ; Interne, West. Penna. 
Hosp., littsburg, 1908-1909; Asst. 
in Clin. Pathology, Univ. Pitts- 
burgh, 1909-1910. — Res. Pathol., 
St. Francis' Hosp., Pittsburgh. 

Herman Ferdinand Derge, A. B., 
Wisconsin, 1904 ; Resident House 
Onicer, 1908-1909. — Physician, Eau 
Claire, Wis*. 

Robert Uriel Drinkard, S. B., Vir- 
ginia Polytech., 1904. — Interne, 
Nursery and Child's Hosp., N. Y. 

William Waddell Duke, Ph. B., Yale, 
1904 ; Res. House Officer, Mass. 
Gen. Hosp., Boston, 1908-1910. — 
Physician, Kansas City, Mo. 

Herbert McLean Evans, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1904; Med. Dept, 1904- 

1905 ; Assistant and Instructor in 
Anatomy, 1908-1910. — Associate. 

James Thomas Flanagan, A. B., Mt. 
St. Mary's, 1903, and A. M., 
1905 ; Grad. Student, 1903-1904 ; 



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Interne, Kings Co. Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1008-1910. — Physician, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Richard Frow, A. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1904 ; Grad. Student, Wis- 
consin, Summer 1905 ; Interne, 
Wilkes-Barre City Hosp., Pa., 
1908-1909. — Asst. Surg. Southern 
Branch Natl. Home for Disabled 
Volun. Soldiers, Natl. Soldiers 
Home, Va. 

Ralph Ottomar Fuerbringer, A. B., 
1904 ; Res. House Officer, 1908- 
1909. — Asst. Surg. Clinic, Univ. of 
Marburg. 

Randolph Macon Grimm, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1902, and A. M., 
1903 ; Bacteriol., State Lab. Hy- 
giene, Raleigh, N. C. (to Oct., 
1908).— Asst. Surg., U. S. P. H. 
& M.-H. Service, Savannah, Ga. 

William Edward Grove, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1904 ; Instr. in Pharma- 
col., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 
1908-1909 ; Res. Phys., Clifton 
Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y., 1909- 
1911. — Student in Berlin. 

Frederick Fretageot Gundrum, A. B., 
Leland Stanford, 1903 ; Res. 
House Officer, 1908-1909; Dmnr. 
in Anat., Univ. of Pittsburgh, and 
Res. Surg., St. Francis' Hosp., 
Pittsburgh, 1909-1910.— Phys., Sac- 
ramento, Cal. 

Sylvan Lewis Haas, S. B., California, 
1904 ; Res. Pathologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1908-1910: In- 
terne, Lane Hosp., 1909-1910. — 
Physician, San Francisco, Cal. 

Frederic Moir Hanes, A. B.. North 
Carolina, 1903 ; A. M., Harvard, 
1904 ; Student, Leipzig and Frei- 
burg, 1905-1906 ; Res. House 
Officer, 1908-1909. — Assoc, in Pa- 
thol., Coll. P. & S., Columbia, 
and Assoc. Vis. Pathol. Presby- 
terian Hosp., N. Y. 

Henry Hanson, A. B., So. Dakota, 
1902 ; Asst. Chem. Lab., 1902- 
1904 ; Asst. Supt. and Pathologist, 
Milwaukee Co. Hosp., Wauwatosa, 
Pathol. Trinity Hosp. and Assoc. 
Prof. Pathol., Milwaukee Med. 
Sch., Wis., 1908-1909; Prof. Clin. 
Micpy. Wis. Coll. P. & S., 1909.— 
Director, Bact. Lab. State Board 
of Health, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Paul Wilberforce Harrison, A. B., 
Nebraska, 1905, and Med. Dept., 
1903-1905 ; Interne, Mass. Gen. 
Hosp., Boston, 1908-1909. — Med. 
Missionary, Arabia. 

William Harry Higgins, A. B., Cen- 
tral (Ky.), 1904; Interne, Alle- 
gheny Gen. Hosp., Pa., and Res. 
House Officer, 1908-1909 ; Asst. 
Res., Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. 
Y., 1909-1911.— Instr. in Pract. 
of Med. Univ. Coll. of Med., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Miner Clifford Hill, S. B., Princeton, 
1904; Instr. in Pathol., N. Y. 
Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Sch., N. Y., 1908-1909; Interne, 



St. Luke's Hosp, N. Y., 1909-1910. 
Res. Pediatrist, Bellevue Hosp., 
N. Y 

Charles Augustus LaMont, A. B., 
Yale, 1905 ; Interne, Hudson St. 
Hosp., N. Y., 1908-1910.— Pathol. 
Aultman Hosp. and Physician, 
Canton, O. 

Wilbur Leslie LeCron, A. B., 1904, 
Student, Leipzig and Freiburg, 
1905-1906 ; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn., 1908-1910.— Pathol, 
and Res. Surg. Columbia Hosp., 
and Surgeon, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Edward Emanuel Lindeman, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1905 : Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Pub. Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, N. Y. (3 mos.) ; Asst. in 
Pharmacol., Univ. Mich., Ann 
Arbor, 1908-1909 ; Director, Tampa 
Lab. State Board Health, Fla., 
1909-1910.— House Officer, Chil- 
dren's Hosp., Boston. 

Janvier Whitton Lindsav, A. B., Co- 
lumbia, 1904. — Chief Res. Phys., 
Garfield Mem. Hosp., Washington, 
D. C. 

Harry Walter Masenhimer, A. B., 
St. John's, 1904 ; Interne, Pres- 
byterian Hosp., Pittsburg, 1908- 
1909. — Res. Surg., Lakeside Hosp., 
Cleveland. 

Charles Henry May, A. B., Penna. 
Coll., 1904 ; Resident Physician, 
Presbyterian Hosp., Pittsburg, 
1908-1909. — Physician, York, Pa. 

Robert William Bainbridge Mavo, 
A. B., Maryland Agricult., 1903, 
and M. S., 1904 ; Supt. Gulf Coast 
Sanatorium, Miss., 1909-1910 ; 
Asst. Res. Church Home & Inf'y, 
1910-1911. — Res. Surg. Hosp. for 
Women of Md. 

James Alphonsus McCann, Ph. B., 
Brown, 1904. — Interne, R. I. Gen. 
Hosp., Providence. 

Roy Donaldson McClure, A. B., Ohio 
State, 1904; Grad. Student, 
Prague, 1906. — House Surg, New 
York Hosp. (Private Patients' 
Bldg.), N. Y. 

Patrick Joseph McDonnell, Ph. B., 
Wesleyan (Ct.), 1904; Interne, 
King's Co. Hosp. (to Oct. 15, 
1908) ; Interne, Providence Hos- 
pital, Washington, D. C. (to Mar. 
1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Manhattan 
Maternity Hosp., N. Y. (to June 
1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Seaside Hosp. 
S. L, N. Y. (to July 1, 1910).— 
Physician, Tonopah, Nev. 

Charles Wilson Mills, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1902 ; Res. House Officer, 
1908 - 1909. — Asst. Physician, 
Loomis Sanatorium, Loomis, N. Y. 

Warren Pearl Morrill, Ph. B., Mich- 
igan, 1898 ; Med. Dept. Illinois, 
1904-1905 ; Interne, Children's 
Free Hosp., Detroit, 1908-1909. — 
Resident Physician and Supt., 
Sydenham Hosp., Baltimore. 

Grover Cleveland Ney, A. B., Mt. St. 
Joseph's, 1904, and A. M., 1908. — 



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Med. Supt. Hebrew Hosp., Balti- 
more. 

James Harry Oppenheimer, A. B., 
Harvard,. 1904 ; Res. House Officer, 
1908-1909 ; European Clinics, 1909- 
1910. — Physician, Philadelphia. 

Frank Gibson Porter, A. B., 1904 ; 
Pathol., Dr. Brown's Private 
Hosp., and Asst. Pathol. Moun- 
tainside Hosp., Montclair, N. J., 
1908 - 1909. — Baltimore. (Degree 
granted March 1, 1909.) 

Robert Sheffey Preston, A. B., 
Hampden-Sidney, 1903; A. M., 
Princeton, 1904. — Interne, Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y. 

Frederick Sylvanus Ray, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1904 ; Res. House Officer, 
1908-1909 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon 
and Externe in Gynecol., 1909- 
il911. — Physician, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Lillian Emeline Ray, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, 1897, and A. M., 1901; 
Interne, The Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1908 - 1909 ; Interne, Rochester 
State Hosp., N. Y., 1909.— Phy- 
sician, San Jose, Cal. 

Alfred Joseph Ridges, Jr., S. B., 
Utah, 1900. — Physician, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Hamilton Rinde, A. B., N. Dakota, 
1902.— Asst. Phys., Conn. Hosp. 
for Insane, Middletown. 

James Lee Robinson, A. B., Texas, 
1904 ; Summer Session, Harvard 
Med. Sen., 1906; Res. Pathol., 
Mass. State Hosp., Summer, 1908 ; 
Res. House Officer, 1908-1909 ; 
Surg. Roanoke Rapids (N. C.) 
Mills Co., 1909 ; Contract Surg., 
U. S. Army, 1910; 1st Lt. Med. 
Reserve Corps, U. S. Army, and 
Army Med. Sch., Washington, D. 
C, 1910-1911. — 1st Lt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, San Antonio, 
Texas. 

James Isaac Scarborough, A. B., 
Princeton, 1904. — Res. Surg., 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Balti- 
more. 

Laurence Selling, A. B., Yale, 1904 ; 
Res. House Officer, 1908-1909 ; 
Fellow in Pathol. (Rockefeller- 
Grant), 1909-1910. — Europe. 

Harry Philip Shugerman, A. B., 
Howard Coll., 1901 ; Columbia, 
1902-1904 ; Interne, U. P. I., 
Bait. (3 mos.) ; Army Med. Sch., 
Washington, D. C, 1909-1910. — 
Pathol. Hillman Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Birmingham, Ala. 

Roland Leighton Stacy, A. B., Dick- 
inson, 1904, and A. M., 1907 ; 
Res. House Officer, 1908-1909 ; 
House Surg. Ogdensburg City 
Hosp., N. Y., 1909-1910.— Phy- 
sician, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

William M. Thalhimer, S. B., Rich- 
mond, 1903 ; Summer sessions, 
Cornell, 1902 and 1903 ; Interne, 
Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Physician, 
N. Y., 1908-1909. — Instr. in 



Pathol., Univ. of Va., Charlottes- 
ville. 

Albert Agnew Thomas, A. B., Indi- 
ana, 1904 ; Interne, Allegheny 
General Hosp., Pa., 1908-1909. — 
Physician, Linton, Ind. 

Dwight Wallace Tracy, Ph. B., Yale, 
1904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1908-1909.— Physician, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Cecil Woods Vest, S. B., Iowa Coll., 
1904 ; Externe in Gvnecol., 1908- 
1909 ; Asst., Dr. Kelly's Sani- 
tarium, 1909-1910. — Asst. Res. 
Gynecol. 

James Homer Wilson, Ph. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1904 ; Interne, Gouverneur 
Hosp., N. Y., 1908-1909.— Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, Washington, 
D. C, 

Joseph Kent Worthington, A. B., 
Haverford, 1903 ; Interne, Roose- 
velt Hosp., N. Y., 1908-1909.— 
Assoc. Attend. Physician, Nassau 
Hosp., and Physician, Roslyn, L. I. 
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1909 

Charles Robert Austrian, A. B., 
1904 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-1910. — Asst. in Medicine and 
Asst. Res. Physician in Chg. Lab., 
Phipps Disp. 

Walter Albert Baetjer, A. B., 1905 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1909-1910 ; 
Asst. in Medicine and Asst. Res. 
Physician, 1910-1911. — Res. Phys. 
City Hosp., Bay View. 

James Alvin Bass, A. B., 1905. — 
Asst. Surg., Flagship "New York," 
Asiatic Sta., via San Francisco, 
U. S. Navy. 

Julian Lee Birdsong, S. B., Nash- 
ville, 1899. — Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn. 

Samuel Walthall Budd. A. B., Hamp- 
den-Sidney, 1904 ; Graduate Stu- 
dent, 1904-1905 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1909-1910.— Phys., Peters- 
burg, Va. 

Montrose Thomas Burrows, A. B., 
Kansas, 1905. — Asst. Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research, N. Y. 

Bender Zelotes Cashman, A. B., Penn- 
sylvania Coll., 1905 ; Interne, 
West Penna. Hosp., Pittsburgh, 
1909-1910.— Res. Surg., St. Fran- 
cis' Hosp., Pittsburgh. 

Arthur Bond Cecil, A. B., St. John's, 
1905. — Asst. Surg., U. S. Navy, 
Washington. 

Florence Chapman Child, A. B.,Bryn 
Mawr, 1905 ; Interne, Hosp. for 
Women and Children, Syracuse, 
N Y., 1909-1910. — Interne, Babies' 
Hosp., N. Y. 

Thomas Patrick Coan, A. B., Mt. 
St. Joseph, 1903 ; Interne, St. 
Francis' Hosp.. N. Y. {Degree 
granted March 7, 1910.) 

Walter Francis Cole, S. B., Clemson, 
1902 ; A. B., North Carolina, 1905 ; 
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Harry Lewis Connett, Ph. B., Ohio 
Univ., 1905. — Physician, Dr. Hyde's 
Private Hosp., Nelsonville, O. 

Ernest Cooper, A. B., South Caro- 
lina, 1900 ; Pathol, and Bact., 
State Hosp. for Insane, and Phy- 
sician, Columbia, S. C. (Degree 
granted January 3, 1910.) 

Jennings Crawford, Ph. B., Coe, 
1905 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1909-1911. — Physician, Cedar 
Rapids. la. 

James Watson Williams Dimon, A. 
B., Williams, 1905 ; House Physi- 
cian, Faxton Hosp., Utica, N. Y., 
1909-1910. — Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

John Roscoe Elliott, A. B., Western 
Maryland, 1905. — Interne, R. I. 
Genl. Hosp., Providence. 

Miax Emmert, A. B., Iowa, 1905. — 
Physician, Atlantic, la. 

Charles Rhein Essick, A. B., Yale, 
1905 ; Asst. in Anat, 1909-1910. 
— Instr. in Anatomy. 

William Lawrence Estes. Jr., A. B., 
Lehigh, 1905 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1909-1910. — Asst. in Mayo 
Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 

Thomas Ludlow Ferenbaugh, A. B., 
Kenyon, 1905. — 1st Lieut. Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, Fort Des 
Moines, la. 

Arthur Oscar Fisher, A. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-1910. — Asst. Res. Surgeon. 

H. Quigg Fletcher, A. B., Georgia, 
1904 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-1910. — Asst. Res. Surg., 
U. P. I. 

Ernest Robert Gentry, A. B., Kan- 
sas, 1905, and Med. Dept., 1905- 
1906 ; Army Med. Sch., Washing- 
ton D. C, 1909-1910 ; Lab. Surg. 
Gen. Office, Wash., Summer, 1910. 
— 1st Lieut. Med. Corps, U. S. 
Army, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans. 

Ethel Mathews Girdwood (Mrs. 
George Peirce), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1903. — Interne, N. Y. Infirmary 
for Women and Children, N. Y., 
1909. — Europe. 

Emil Goetsch, S. B., Chicago, 1903, 
and Ph. D., 1906 ; Fellow, Asst. 
and Assoc, in Anat, ibid, 1904- 
1908 ; Research Asst., Dept. of 
Exp. Therapeut., ibid, 1908 and 
1909; Assistant in Surg. (H. L.), 
1909-1910. — Asst. Res. Surgeon. 

William Ernest Hart, S. B., Wash- 
ington & Jefferson, 1905. — House 
Gynecol., Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y. 

Thomas William Harvey, Jr., S. B., 
Princeton, 1905 ; Interne, Presby- 
terian Hosp., N. Y. — Surg. N. Y. 
Lying-in Hosp. (to Jan., 1912). — 
Physician, Orange, N. J. 

Philip Charles Jeans, A. B., Kansas, 
3 904; Interne, Hartford Hospital, 
Conn., 1909-1910; Interne, Chil- 
dren's Hosp., Boston, 1910-1911 — 
Intprnf, Boston, Bloating Hosp. 

(to Sept., 1911.) 



Charles Rawson Kingsley, Jr., S. B., 
New York Univ., 1905 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1909-1910.— Physi- 
cian, West New Brighton, N. Y. 

Baldwin Mann, A. B., William's, 
1905; House Officer, N. Y. City 
Hosp., 1909-1910.— Bact, Roose- 
velt Hosp., and Physician, N. Y. 
City. 

Fred Marlin Meader, S. B., Wesleyan 
(Conn.), 1902, and M. S., 1905.— 
Asst. Prof, of Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Med. Dept. Univ. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; City Med. Research 
Officer, and Physician, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Philip Ball Moss, S. B., Central 
(Ky.), 1905; Interne, Union Prot. 
Infirmary, 1909 - 1910. — State 
Pathol., Montgomery, Ala. 

James B. Murphy, S. B., North Caro- 
lina, 1905 ; Med. Interne, Patho- 
logical Inst., Ward's Is., N. Y., 
1909-1910.— Asst. in Path., The 
Rock. Inst, for Med. Res., New 
York. 

Patrick Ireland Nixon, A. B., Texas, 
1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-1910; Asst. Res. Surg., 1910- 
1911. — Surgeon, San Antonio, 
Texas. 

George Rupp Pretz., S. B., Penna. 
Coll., 1905, and M. S., 1908.— 
Physician, Lebanon, Pa. 

Solomon W. Schaefer, A. B., Wash- 
ington & Lee, 1904 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1909-1910. — Phy- 
sician, Portland, Ore. 

Andrew Watson Sellards, A. B., 
Kansas, 1903, and A. M., 1904. — 
Instr. Tropical Med. and Asst. 
Res. Phys., Philippine Genl. Hosp., 
and Asst. to Bureau of Science, 
Manila, P. I. 

Thomas Peck Sprunt, A. B., David- 
son, 1903 ; Asst. in Pathol., 1909- 
1910. — Instr. in Pathology. 

James Russell Stewart, A. B., Lake 
Forest, 1905. — Interne, New Haven 
Hosp., Conn. 

Edward Wentz Stick, A. B., Frank- 
lin & Marshall, 1904 ; House Offi- 
cer, M. E. Hospital, Philadelphia, 
1909-1910; Chief Res. Phys. Ken- 
sington Hosp. for Diseases of 
Women, Phila., 1910-1911.— Phy- 
sician, Hanover, Pa. 

Herbert Sedgefield Thomson, S. B., 
California, 1904. — House Officer, 
New York Hospital, N. Y. 

*Julia Maria Torrey, A. B., Boston 
Univ., 1888 ; Med. Student, Mich- 
igan, 2 years ; Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children, 
Jan. to May, 1911. (Degree 
granted January 3. 1910.) (Died 
May, 1911.) 

♦Charles Edward Trotter, S. B., N. 
C. Coll. Agricult. & Mechanic Arts 
1903 ; Grad. Student, 1904-1905.— 
Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. Navy. 
(Drowned August, 1909.) 



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Robert Lester Waite, Ph. B., Yale. 
190.") ; Interne, the Hartford 
Hosp. (Summer of 1908) ; Clin. 
Asst. South Bait. Eye, Kar and 
Throat Charity Hosp., 1909-1910. 
— Asst. Ophthalmic and Aural 
Surg., Hartford Hospital, and 
Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Isaac Chandler Walker, A. B., 1905 ; 
Med. House Officer, Carney Hosp., 
Boston, 1909 - 1911. — Lecturer, 
Clin. Micpy. and Phys. Diag., 
Univ. of la., Iowa City. 

William Glenn Wallace, S. B., Han- 
over, 1905 : Interne, New Haven 
Hosp., Conn., 1909-1911.— Physi- 
cian, Mattoon, 111. 

Duncan Cameron Walton, A. B., St. 
John's, 1905.— Asst. Surg.. U. S. 
Navy, U. S. S. Scorpion, Constan- 
tinople, Turkey. 

Leon Harlan Watkins, A. B., South- 
ern, 1903, and A. M., 1905 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1909-1910. — 
Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

Charles Wallace Webb, S. B., Arkan- 
sas. 1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-1910. — Res. Surg. Clifton 
Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y. 

Arthur James Wiesender, A. B., 
Ripon, 1905 : Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1909-1910. — Physician, Green 
Lake, Wis. 

Gustav Herman Woltereck, A. B., 
1905 ; Asst. Phys., Bait. Citv Jail, 
1909-1910. — Asst. Physician, Mary- 
land Penitentiary and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Walter Simrall Wvatt, S. B., Ala- 
bama, 1904, and M. S., 1905; 
Med. Interne, Lakeside Hosp., 
Cleveland. 1909-1911.— House Of- 
ficer, Boston City Hosp., Boston. 

Iva Catherine Youmans, A. B., Con- 
verse, 1897 ; N. Y. Univ. Summer 
Sen., 1904 : Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, 1909-1910. — Asst. Bacteriol- 
ogist State Bd. Health, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

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1910 

Mary Dayton Allen, A. B., Mt. 
Holyoke, 1905 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1910-1911.— Res. Physi- 
cian, The Woman's Hospital, Ham- 
adan, Persia. 

Edward McPherson Armstrong, A. 
B., Princeton. 1904 Rhodes 
Scholar, Oxford. 1905-1908, and 
B. Sc, 1908.— Surg. House Offi- 
cer, New York Hospital. 

Moses Haven Baker, S. B., Purdue, 
1905. — Interne. St. Francis' Hos- 
pital, Pittsburgh. 

Henry Gray Barbour, A. B., Trinity 
(Conn.), 1906; Fellow in Path- 
ology, 1910-1911. — Research Stu- 
dent, Freiburg, Germany. 

Emil Boehm, S. B., St. Louis Uni- 
versity. 1906. — Interne, Bellevue 
Hospital, N. Y. 



William Symington Bole, S. B 
Montana Agricult., 1906. — Physi 
cian. Great Falls, Mont. 

Carl Ferdinand Bookwalter, S. B. 
Purdue, 1900. — Res. Surg. N. Y 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, N. Y. 

Ethan Flagg Butler, A. B., Prince 
ton, 1906 ; Volun. Med. Asst 
Labrador Med. Mission, Summers 
1908, 1909 and 1910.— Interne, 
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 

Walter Austin Calihan, A. B. 
Rochester, 1906. — Asst. Res. Sur- 
geon, St. Agnes' Hospital. 

Ross Stagg Carter, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Jr., 1905. — Physician 
San Diego, Cal. 

Thomas Rodney Chambers, A. B. 
1906. — Interne, Mercy Hospital. 

Joseph Lynn Choate, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Jr., 1906 ; A. M., South 
em Calif.. 1907. and Med. Student 
1906-1908 ; Cooper Medical Coll. 
1907. — Inst'r. Med. Dept. Unrv 
Southern California, Los Angeles 

Claude Carr Cody, Jr., A. B., and 
A. M., Southwestern. 1904, and 
1905 ; Student of Medicine, 1905 
1907. — Interne, Bellevue Hospital 
New Y'ork. 

Haskett Lynch Conner, A. B., De 
Pauw, 1906 ; Interne, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1910-1911. — 
Physician, Corning. O. 

Henry Theodore Collenburg, A. B., 
1906. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Henry Nicholas Costello. A. B., Yale, 
1906. — Interne, Hartford Hospital, 
Connecticut. 

Walter Edward Dandy, A. B., Mis- 
souri, 1907, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1906-1907; Assistant in Sur- 
gery, Hunterian Laboratory, 1910- 
1911. — Asst. Res. Surg. 

Clinton Demas Deming. A. B., Yale, 
1907, and Student of Medicine. 
1906-1907 ; Asst. in Pathol., 1910- 
1911. — Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Hartford, Conn. 

Bernard Solomon Denzer, A. B., 
Columbia. 1906. — Interne, The 
German Hosp.. New York. 

Thomas Alan Devan, S. B., Rutgers, 
1906. — Interne, Presbyterian Hos- 
pital, New York. 

Baruch Mordecai Edlavitch, A. B., 
1906. — Res. Pathol. Hebrew Hos- 
pital. 

Ralph Landis Engle, A. B., Lebanon 
Valley Coll., 1905 ; A. M., Yale, 
1906. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp., 
New York. 

Horace Burnett Fenton, A. B., Ore- 
gon, 1906. — Asst. Physician, 
County Hosp., Portland, Ore. 

Edgar L. Gilcreest, A. B., Texas. 
1906. — Interne, Lakeside Hospital, 
Cleveland. 

Hvman Ginsberg, A. B., Georgia, 
1906. — Interne, Lane Hospital, 
San Francisco. 

Lemuel Whittington Gorham, A. B., 
Yale, 1906 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer 1910-1911. — Europe. 



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William Lawrence Grimes, S. B., 
North Carolina, 1906. A 

Surg., Union Protestant Infirmary. 
Crowell Clarinton Hall, .Jr., A. B., 

Bowdoin, 1900. — Physician, Fox- 
croft, Me. 

Itunkle Fisher liegeman, A. B., 
Princeton, 1900 ; Resident House 
Ofhcer, 1910-1911. — Res. Phys. 
N. Y. Foundling llosp., N. Y. 

Henry Gildersleeve Jarvis, A. B., 
Yale, 1906. — Interne, Conn. Hosp. 
for the Insane, Middletown (to 
Jan. 1, 1911) ; Interne. Hartford 
Hospital, Conn, (after Jan., 1911.) 

Albert Eugene Johann, A. B., Chris- 
tian, 1906; Grad. Student, Chi- 
cago, Summer of 1906 ; Senior 
House Officer, Boston Floating 
Hosp. (Summer, 1911.) — Interne, 
Boston Children's Hospital. 

Samuel Laban Ledbetter, Jr., S. B., 
Alabama, 1906. — Asst. Res. Surg., 
Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland. 

Ralph Herman Major, A. B., Wil- 
liam Jewell, 1902 ; Student, Leip- 
sic, Munich and Chicago, 1904- 
1906 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-1911. — Asst. Res. Physician 
and Asst. in Med. 

Albert Francis Mattice, S. B., South 
Dakota Agricult., 1904, Ph. G., 
Washington State Coll., 1906. — 
Ophthal. Clinic and Bacteriol. 
Research with Prof. Theo. Axen- 
feld, Freiburg, Germany. 

Sydney Robotham Miller, S. B.. New 
York Univ., 1905 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1910-1911.— Asst. in Medi- 
cine. 

Dana Elora Monroe, A. B., Texas, 
1906 ; Interne, Nursery & Child's 
Hospital, N. Y. — House Officer, 
Post Grad. Hosp., N. Y. 

Raymond Bartlett Morris, A. B., 
Yale, 1907, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1906-1907 ; Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1910-1911. — Physician, Olean, N. Y. 

Angus Washburn Morrison, A. B., 
Yale, 1906 ; Interne, Royal Vic- 
toria Hosp., Montreal, 1910-1911. 
— Europe. 

Douglass Howell Morse, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1907, and Med. Student, 
1906-1907 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-1911. — Clin. Path. Wash'g. 
Univ. Med. Sch., St. Louis, Mo. 

James Craig Neel, Ph. B., Marietta, 
1906 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-1911. — Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

William Bradford Newcomb, A. B., 
William and Mary, 1906. — Interne, 
New York Hospital, N. Y. 

Firmadge King Nichols, A. B., 1906. 
— Res. Physician, St. Agnes' Hos- 
pital ; Instr. in Physiol. Coll., 
P. and S. 

Samuel Timothy Nicholson, Jr., A. 
B., North Carolina, 1906 ; Res. 
Phys., Telfair Hosp. for Women, 
Savannah, Ga. — Jr. Visitg. Phys., 
Bonne Terre Hosp. and Physician, 
Bonne Terre, Mo. 



WiJh-y Higby Norton, A. P., Ohio, 

1006. — Res. Gynecol., La 
Hospital, Cleveland 
Thomas Grover Orr. a. j;.. .m 

loo? ; Student of Medicine, L90&- 
1007. — Interne, Kansas CItj 
Hosp., MO. (July 1 to Ja: 

Bouse Officer, Hudson St. Hosp., 

New York. 

Jean Paul Pratt. A. P.. Ohio State, 
1000; Resident House Officer. 
1010 1011.— Asst. Res. Surg. 

. Macauley Ramage, s. B., 
West Virginia Univ., ]0o7. 
Burg. Miners' llosp. and Physician, 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Rohert Lewis Rhodes, A. B., Emorv, 
1906. — Res. Surg. Jefferson Surg. 
llosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Harry Hungate Robinson, A. B., 
Michigan, 1007, Med. Student, 
190G-1908.— House Physician. St. 
Elizabeth's Hosp., Elizabeth. X. J. 

Walter Black Rogers, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1900. — 
Interne, St. Francis' Hospital, 
Pittsburgh. 

Alice Rohde, S. B., Chicago, 1903. — 
Mary Putnam Jacobi Fellowship, 
Berlin, Germany. 

James Wendel Rosenfeld, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr.. 1906. — Asst. 
Physician, Kgl. Univ., Kinder- 
klinik, Breslau. 

Ravmond Sanderson, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1905. — Interne, The Sanitar- 
ium, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

Raphael Eustace Semmes. Jr., A. B., 
Missouri, 1907. and Student of 
Medicine. 1906 - 1907 : Resident 
House Officer, 1910-1911. — Interne 
Woman's Hosp., N. Y. 

Herbert Milford Seneny, A. B., 
Adelbert, 1906. — Interne. Milwau- 
kee County Hosp., Wauwatosa, 
Wisconsin. 

John William Sheetz, Ph. B., Frank- 
lin and Marshall, 1906. — Interne, 
St. Francis' Hosp., Pittsburg. 

Henry Augustus Stephenson, A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1906 : Resident 
House Officer, 1910-1911. — Asst. 
Res. Obstetrician and Asst. in 
Obstetrics. 

Howard Lester Taylor, A. B., Ober- 
lin, 1906. — Res. Physician, Lake- 
side Hospital, Cleveland. 

William Lawson Thornton, S. B„ 
Alabama Polytech., 1903 ; Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1910- 
1911. — Physician, Talladega, Ala. 

Thomas Palmer Tredway, A. B., 
Western Maryland, 1906 ; Interne, 
Adrian Hosnital, Punxsutawney, 
Pa., 1910-1911. — Physician, Erie, 
Pa. 

Arthur deTalma Valk, A. B., St. 
John's, 1906, M. A., 1911; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1910-1911. — 
Res. Surg. Kernan Hosp. for 
Crippled Children. 

Herbert Francis Vanorden, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1907, and Student of Medi- 



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cine, 1906-1907 ; Interne, Kansas 
City General Hospital, Mo., 1910- 
1911. — Physician, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Clyde Emil Watson, S. B., West Vir- 
ginia, 1905 ; Interne, The Samuel 
Merritt Hosp., Oakland, Cal, 1910. 
— Asst. Prof. Anat. and Path., 
West Virginia Univ., and Physi- 
cian, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Helen Watson, A. B., Wellesley, 
1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-1911. — Asst. Res. Physician 
and Asst. in Medicine. 

Milton Weinberg, A. B., South Caro- 
lina, 1906. — Asst. Dir. Rural Sani- 
tation for So. Carolina, Manning. 

Theodore Henry Wenning, A. B., St. 
Xavier, 1904 ; Grad. Student, 
Cincinnati, 1904-1906. — Interne, 
Roosevelt Hospital, N. Y. 

Miley Barton Wesson, Jr., S. B., 
Texas, 1902. — Interne, Hudson St. 
Hospital, N. Y. 

James Harvey Whitcraft, S. B., 
Wooster, 1905. — Interne, Kansas 
City Hospital, Mo. (after Jan. 1, 
1911.) 

Luke V. Zartman, A. B., Ohio State, 
1906 ; Interne, Hospital for 
Women of Maryland. Baltimore ; 
Act'g Asst. Res., J. H. H.. 1910- 
1911. — Asst. Res. Church Home & 
Infirmary. 

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1011 

Lester Adams, A. B., Bowdoin, 1907. 
— Interne, St. Francis' Hospital, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Cary Fink de Angulo, A. B., Vas- 
sar, 1906. — Student, Harvard. 

John Van Doren Bedinger, S. B., 
Princeton, 1907. — Interne, Belle- 
vue Hosp., New York. 

Walter Scott Bennett, A. B., Col- 
gate, 1904. — Interne, Norwegian 
Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Edwin Bird, Jr., A. B., 
1907. — Asst. Res. Surg., St. Agnes' 
Hosp., Baltimore. 

Arthur Leonard Bloomfield. A. B., 
1907. — Resident House Officer. 

John Rochester Booth, A. B., Ran- 
dolph - Macon, 1907. — Interne, 
Bellevue Hosp., New York. 

George Edward Brockway, Jr., A. 
B., Williams, 1907 ; Summer Ses- 
sion, Cornell, 1907. — Interne, 
King's Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Barney Brooks, S. B., Univ. of 
Texas, 1905. — Resident House Of- 
ficer. 

Earle Buell Carter, Ph. B., Yale, 
1907. — Interne. Norwegian Hosp., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph David Cohn, A. B., Univ. of 
Texas., 1907. — Visiting Physi- 
cian, Spohn Sanitarium, Corpus 
Christi, Texas. 

John Collinson, Jr., A. B., St. John's, 
1907. — Interne, James Walker 
Memorial Hosp., Wilmington, N. C. 



John Archibald Campbell Colston, 
Ph. B., Yale, 1907. — Resident 
House Officer. 

Melton Downie Council, Ph. B., 
Emory, 1905. — Interne, Jefferson 
Surgical Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Francis Randolph Crawford, A. B., 
Washington and Lee, 1906. — In- 
terne, St. Francis' Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

David Melvin Davis, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1907. — Interne, City Hosp., 
Bay View. 

W T illiam Thomas De Sautelle, A. B., 
Wisconsin, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1907 - 1908. — Interne, 
Harlem Hosp., New York. 

William Milas Dunn, A. B., David- 
son, 1903 ; Summer Session, 
Columbia, 1907. — House Officer, 
Massachusetts General Hosp., Bos- 
ton. 

Ralph Henry Dunning, A. B., Yale, 
1907. — Interne, Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Hiram Fried, A. B., 1907. — Interne, 
City Hosp., Bay View. 

William Archibald Frontz, A. B., 
Princeton, 1907. — Resident House 
Officer. 

William Dixon Fullerton, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1907. — Gynecological In- 
terne, Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, O. 

Hiram Mary Gallagher, A. B., Catho- 
lic Univ. of America, 1907 ; Sum- 
mer Session, Univ. of Chicago, 
1907. — Interne, St. Francis Hosp., 
New l T ork. 

Thomas Henry Gilland, Ph. B., La- 
fayette, 1907. — Interne, Jefferson 
Surgical Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Ernest Owsley Grant, A. B., Central 
Univ. of Ky., 1907. — Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, O. 

Ernest George Grey, A. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1907, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1907-1908. — Resident House 
Officer. 

Elmer Chester Gross, B. L., Whit- 
man College, 1906. — Resident Phy- 
sician, Seattle General Hosp., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Roy Wallace Hammack, A. B., Univ. 
of Oregon, 1907. — Instructor in 
Pathology and Bacteriology, Coll. 
of Medicine and Surgery, Univer- 
sity of the Philippines, Manila. 

Clifford Clinton Hartman, S. B., 
Pennsylvania College, 1907. — In- 
terne, St. Francis' Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

William Hall Hawkins, A. B., Cen- 
tral Univ. of Ky., 1906; Student, 
Hosp. Coll. of Medicine, 1906- 
1907. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp., 
New York. 

Ernest Singleton Hendry, A. B., 
1907. — Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Baltimore. 

William Brawner Hetfield, A. B., 
Catholic Univ. of America, 1907. — 
Interne, Brooklyn Hosp., New 
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Anna Hubert, A. B., Univ. of Wash- 
ington, 1901, and A. M., 1904.— 
Resident House Officer. 

William Rutledge Hudson, A. B., 
Washington and Lee Univ., 1906. — 
Interne, Hosp. for Women of 
Maryland, Baltimore. 

John Atkinson Hnnnicutt, Jr., A. B., 
Univ. of Georgia, 1907. — Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, O. 

Barbara Hunt, A. B., Vassar, 1906 ; 
Univ. of Maine, Summer Sen., 
1907. — Interne, New York Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, New 
York. 

George Ives, A. B., Wisconsin, 1907 ; 
Med. Student, Univs. of Chicago 
and Wisconsin, 1907-1909. — Asst. 
State Bacteriologist, Montgom- 
ery, Ala. 

Conrad Jacobson, S. B., Beloit, 
1900 ; Grad. Student, Chicago, 
three summer qrs. — Assistant in 
Surgery, Hunterian Laboratory. 

Nancy Blanche Jenison, A. B., 
Wells, 1898 ; Grad. Student, Chi- 
cago, 1907. — Interne, New York 
Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, New York. 

Charles Chauncey Winsor Judd, A. B., 
Kenyon Coll., 1907. — Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Bal- 
timore. 

Norman Macdonnell Keith, A. B., 
Toronto, 1908, and Medical Stu- 
dent, 1906-1908. — Interne, New 
York Hosp., New York. 

Lloyd Warren Ketron, A. B., Grant 
Univ., 1907. — Asst. in Dermatol. 
Disp. 

Tedrow Sylvester Keyser, A. B., Wit- 
tenberg, 1907. — Interne, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, O. 

Oliver Kinsey, Jr., A. B., Virginia, 
1907, and Medical Student, 1907- 
1909. — Interne, Church Home and 
Infirmary, Baltimore. 

Arthur Charles Kissling, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1906, and Medical Student. 
1907 - 1909. — Interne, Jefferson 
Surgical Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Benjamin Schonbrun Kline, A. B., 
Swarthmore, 1907. — Interne, City 
Hosp., Bay View. 

Howard James Knott, S. B., Whit- 
man Coll., 1907. — Resident Physi- 
cian, Seattle General Hosp., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Linda Bartels Lang, A. B., Bryn 
Mawr, 1903. — Interne, New York 
Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, New York. 

Warren Eugene Leaper, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1907-1908. — Interne, 
Rhode Island Hosp., Providence, 
R. I. 

Veader Newton Leonard, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1907; Student, Univ. of 
Freiburg, 1907 - 1908. — Resident 
House Officer. 

William Henry Licht, S. B., Trin- 
ity Coll. (Hartford), 1907.— In- 



terne, Hartford Hosp., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Hans Lisser, A. B., California, 1907. 
Resident House Officer. 

Drew William Luten, A. B., Ken- 
tucky State Univ., 1901; Fellow, 
Vanderbilt Univ., 1903-1904.— Im- 
terne, St. Francis Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

John Thomson MacCurdy, A. B., 
Toronto, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1906-1908. — Fellow in 
Pathology. 

Herbert Lee McNeil, A. B., South- 
western Univ., 1906 ; Grad. Stu- 
dent, Univ. of Texas, 1906-1907. — 
Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp., Balti- 
more. 

Monroe A. Maas, A. B., Univ. of 
Alabama, 1907. — Interne, Church 
Home and Infirmary, Baltimore. 

Charles Goodwin Merriam, A. B., 
Yale, 1907. — Lexington, Mass. 

James Raglan Miller, A. B., Yale, 
1907. — Voluntariirzt, Konigl, Frau- 
enklinik, Munich, Germany. 

James Alovsins O'Donnell, A. B., 
Loyola, 1906 ; Graduate Student, 
1906-1907. — Interne, St. Joseph's 
Hosp., Baltimore. 

Ralph Sherburne Perkins, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1907. — Interne, Wor- 
cester City Hosp., Worcester, 
Mass. 

Everett Dudley Plass, A. B., Col- 
gate, 1907. — Resident House Of- 
ficer. 

Caryl Ashby Potter, A. B., Missouri, 
1908, and Student of Medicine, 
1907 - 1908. — Interne, Roosevelt 
Hosp., New York. 

Ira Humphrey Prouty, S. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1907. — Interne Thomas 
Wilson Sanitarium for Children 
(summer 1911). 

Arthur Samuel Rosenfeld, A. B., 
Leland Stanford Jr., 1907. — In- 
terne, Mt. Sinai Hosp., New l r ork. 

Augusta Rucker, A. B., Univ. of 
Texas, 1896, and A. M., 1900 ; 
•Med. Dept. Wisconsin, June-Oct., 
1907, and May-Oct., 1908.— In- 
terne, Babies' Hosp., New York. 

Charles E. Hynd, S. B., Hamilton, 
1907., and M. S., 1910.— Europe, 
1911-1912; after June, 1912. In- 
terne, King's Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Dwight Milton Sawyer, Ph. B., Wes- 
leyan (Conn.), 1906. — Glens Falls, 
N. Y. 

M'abel Seagrave, A. B., Wellesley, 
1905. — Interne, New York Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, New 
York. 

Walter Gresham Sexton, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1908, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1907-1908. — Resident House 
Officer. 

Paul Rothrock Sieber, A. B., Penn- 
sylvania Coll., 1907. — Interne, St. 
Francis' Hosp., Pittsburgh, Pa, 



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William Knepper Skilling, A. B., 
1906. — Physician, Lonaconing. 

Helen Williston Smith, A. B., Bryn 
Mawr, 1906. — Resident House 
Officer. 

Roy Ross Snowden, A. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1907. — Interne, 
City Hosp., Bay View. 

Lewis Cass Spencer, S. B., Tulane, 
1907; Grad. Student, Albert Lud- 
wig Univ., Freiburg, 1908-1909. — 
Interne, Union Protestant In- 
firmary, Baltimore. 

Marshall Byron Sponsler, A. B., 
Ursinus, 1907. — Interne, St. Fran- 
cis' Hosp., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Alexander McCulley Stevens, A. B., 
St. John's, 1907.— Easton. 

George Adolph Stewart, A. B., 1907. 
— Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp., Bal- 
timore. 

Edgar Stillman, A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford Jr., 1907. — Interne, Bellevue 
Hosp., New York. 



Thornton Edwin Vail, Ph. B., Yale, 
1907. — Asst. Res., Elmcroft Sani- 
tarium, Thompsonville, Conn. 

Clifford Black Walker, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1906, and Medical Student, 
1906-1909. — Asst. to Dr. dishing. 

William Joshua Weese, S. B., and 
A. B., Missouri, 1905, and Medical 
Student, 1907-1909.— Res. Phys., 
Santo Tomas Hoso.. Panama City. 

Isidore Kalisch Wiener, A. B., 
Princeton, 1907. — Interne, Black- 
well's Island, New York. 

Edwin Robert Wiese. A. B., Western 
Univ. of Penna., 1907. — Student, 
Univ. of Berne, Switzerland. 

Claud Miay Winn, S. B., Tulane, 
1906, and Student of Medicine, 
1906-1907. — Pathologist and Bac- 
teriologist, Santo Tomas Hosp., 
Panama City. 

Julian Mast Wolfsohn, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1905, and ML S., 1907. — 
Resident House Officer. (85) 

(Total, 802.) 



Places of Residence and Graduates in Medicine of the 
Johns Hopkins University 



Alabama: 

Ashville, 1 

H. W. Bass, '06. 

Birmingham, 6 

R. T. Comer, '01. 

K. W. Constantine, '05. 

C. E. Dowman, '05. 

F. A. Lupton, '99. 

E. M. Mason, '06. 

H. P. Shugerman, '08. 

Clayton, 1 

N. L. Winn, '06. 

Decatur, 1 

W. W. Dinsmore, '07. 

Mobile, 2 

H. P. Cole, '06. 

G. J. Winthrop, '06. 

Montgomery, 2 

G. Ives, '11. 
P. B. Moss. '09. 

Arizona : 

Bisbee, 1 

W. D. Cutter, '05. 

Phoenix, 1 

F. H. Redewill, '06. 

Arkansas: 

Hot Springs, 1 

J. H. Chesnutt, '07. 

California: 

Berkeley, 2 

C. L. Williams, '02. 

G. Y. Rusk, '00. 

Los Angeles, 8 

F. C. Ainley, '06. 

J. L. Choate, '10. 

R. L. Cunningham, '07. 

F. C. Davis, '00. 

R. F. Hastreiter, '01. 

C. L. Magee, '99. 

F. S. Ray, '08. 

R. R. Rea, '06. 

100 



Mare Island, 1 

H. L. Kelley, '07. 

Palo Alto, 1 

C. D. Mosher, '00. 

Sacramento, 3 

E. Brings, '00. 
C. M. Faris, '05. 

F. F. Gundrum, '08. 

San Diego, 1 

R. S. Carter, '10. 

San Jose, 1 

L. E. Ray, '08. 

San Francisco, 14 

H. W. Allen, '00. 
E. E. Brownell, '99. 
A. L. Fisher, '00. 
H. Ginsberg, '10. 
S. L. Haas, '08. 
H. Harris, '99. 

G. W. Hartman, '07. 
S. Hyman, '02. 

A. G. Lyle, '02. 

E. S. Moore (McKinney), '01. 
R. Patek, '06. 

M. Silverberg. '02. 
J. Van Denbnrgh, '02. 
H. I. Wiel, '05. 

Stanford University, ... 1 

A. W. Meyer, '05. 

University of California, 1 

F. P. Gay, '01. 

Colorado: 

Colorado Springs, 2 

G. B. Gilbert. '07. 
W. W. Williams, '99. 

Denver, 5 

F. W. Bancroft, '06. 
H. S. Denison, '08. 
H. G. Garwood, '04. 
C. B. Ingraham, Jr., '06. 
M. Long, '03. 



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Connecticut: 

Hartford, 17 

J. L. Birdsong, '09. 
H. N. Costello, '10. 

C. D. Deming, '10. 
E. A. Deming, '08. 
A. H. Griswold, '06. 
T. N. Hepburn, '05. 
H. G. Jarvis, '10. 
P. C. Jeans, '09. 

W. H. Licht, '11. 
H. A. Martelle, '05. 
H. C. Russ, '06. 
G. A. Smith, '07. 
W. R. Steiner, '98. 

D. W. Tracy, '08. 

M. B. Walker (Williams), '01. 
R. L. Waite, '09. 

E. A. Wells, '01. 

Litchfield, 1 

C. EL Turkington, '07. 

Middletown, 1 

H. Rinde, '08. 

New Britain, 1 

C. H. Travis, '03. 

New Haven, 6 

J. I. Butler, '01. 
J. M. Flint, '00. 

D. M. Lewis, '01. 
R. F. Rand, '00. 
H. M. Steele, '02. 
J. R. Stewart, '09. 



Norwich, , 

P. J. Cassidy, '98. 



Thompsonville, 1 

T. E. Vail, '11. 

District of Columbia: 

Washington, 23 

F. M. Barnes, '07. 
J. A. Bass, '09. 
J. B. Briggs, '02. 
A. B. Cecil, '09. 
J. Dunlop, '02. 
W. G. Erving, '02. 
H. A. Fowler, '01. 
N. D. Graham, '01. 
M. Hahn, '07. 
H. H. Hazen, '06. 
H. M. Kaufman, '01. 
A. H. Kimball, '02. 
L. C. Lehr, '02. 
J. W. Lindsay, '08. 
E, Lootz (Erving), '02. 
C. N. McBryde, '97. 
J. F. Mitchell, '97. 
H. P. Parker, '01. 
P. Preble, '07. 
E. H. Reede, '02. 
W. F. M. Sowers, '00. 
L. Tayler-Jones, '03. 
J. H. Wilson, '08. 



Florida: 

Jacksonville, 8 

G. Day, '06. 

H. Hanson, '08. 

G. R. Holden, '01. 

E. L. Lowell (Stevens), '00. 

W. S. Manning, '03. 

J. H. Randolph, '04. 

C P. Rogers, '02. 

I. C. Youmans, '09. 

Talladega, 1 

W. L. Thornton, '10. 

Georgia: 

Athens, 1 

D. H. DuPree, '07. 

Atlanta, 6 

M. L. Boyd, '07. 
L. M. Gaines, '03. 
J. F. Grant, '03. 
.T. E. Paullin, '05. 
C. A. Rhodes, '07. 
W. F. Shallenberger, '07. 

Augusta, 1 

W. C. Kellogg, '00. 

Macon, 1 

J. R. B. Branch, '08. 

Milledgeville, 1 

J. H. Hewitt, '06. 

Savannah, 4 

V. H. Bassett, '03. 
W. R. Dancy, '00. 
R. M. Grimm, '08. 
W. S. Wilson, '04. 

Thomson, 1 

B. F. Riley, '03. 

Hawaii : 

Honolulu, 1 

W. D. Baldwin, '01. 

Illinois: 



A. H. Beifeld, '07. 
H. F. Helmholtz, '06. 
G. R. Henry, '07. 
L. L. Iseman, '06. 
P. Kyes. '00. 
F. W. Lynch, '99. 
M. J. Rubel, '01. 
S. Strouse, '06. 

Evanston, 


1 


P. 0. Owsley, '99. 

Havana, 


1 


C. H. Stubenrauch, '07. 





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Jacksonville, 1 

E. G. Dewey, '03. 

Mattoon, 1 

W. G. Wallace, '09. 

Peoria, 1 

J. H. Bacon, '04. 

Indiana: 

Anderson, 1 

T. M. Jones, '02. 

Evansville, 1 

H. W. Little, '00. 

Indianapolis, 4 

C. P. Emerson, '99. 
W. D. Gatch, '07. 

E. B. Mumford, '05. 
J. V. Reed, 04. 

Linton, 1 

A. A. Thomas, '08. 

Petersburg, 1 

C. S. Little, '99. 

Iowa: 

Atlantic, 1 

M. Emmert, '09. 

Cedar Rapids, 1 

J. Crawford, '09. 

Davenport, 1 

J. T. Haller, '05. 

Des Moines, 2 

C. Burnside, '07. 

T. L. Ferenbaugh, '09. 

Independence, 1 

C. H. Bryant, '08. 

Iowa City, 1 

J. C. Walker, '09. 

Mt. Vernon, 1 

F. F. Ebersole, '06. 

Kansas : 

Leavenworth, 2 

H. D. Bloombergh, '01. 
E. R. Gentry, '09. 

Kentucky: 

Harrodsburg 1 

C. B. Van Arsdall, '02. 

Lexington, 1 



Louisville l 

J. H. Hathaway, '01. 

Louisiana: 

New Orleans, 2 

R. B. Bean, '04. 
J. V. Cooke, '08. 

Maine : 

Brewer, l 

E. C. McGouldrick, '04. 

Foxcroft, 1 

C. C. Hall, '10. 

Portland, 2 

W. B. Moulton, '03. 
P. P. Thompson, '06. 

Maryland: 



J. D. Hunt, '06. 



R. 


T. Abercrombie, '05. 


M 


T. Adkins, '07. 


C. 


R. Austrian, '09. 


W 


S. Baer, '98. 


F. 


H. Baetjer, '01. 


W 


A. Baetjer, '01. 


J. 


M. Bergland, '04. 


B. 


M. Bernheim, '05. 


W 


E. Bird, '11. 


J. 


R. Blackman, '06. 


A. 


L. Bloomfield, '11. 


T. 


R. Boggs, '01. 


B. 


Brooks, '11. 


T. 


R. Brown, '97. 


B. 


B. Browne, '02. 


H. 


Briille, '00. 


R. 


M. Bruns, '02. 


H. 


W. Buckler, '99. 


C. 


F. Burnam, '00. 


c. 


M. Byrnes, '06. 


W 


A. Calihan, '10. 


D. 


B. Casler, '04. 


T. 


R. Chamoers, '10. 


J. 


A. Chatard, '03. 


J. 


W. Churchman, '02. 


E. 


R. Clark, '07. 


P. 


W. Clough, '07. 


H. 


T. Collenberg, '10. 


J. 


A. C. Colston, '11. 


S. 


J. Crowe, '08. 


W. 


E. Dandy, '10. 


D. 


M. Davis, '11. 


J. 


S. Davis, '99. 


S. 


A. Dodds, '05. 


G. 


C. Dohme, '02. 


R. 


Duffy, '02. 


B. 


M. Edlavitch, '10. 


C. 


R. Essick, '09. 


11. 


M. Evans, '08. 


R. 


Fayerweather, '03. 


J. 


S. Fischer, '03. 


A. 


O. Fisher, '09. 


W. 


A. Fisher, '00. 


II 


Q. Fletcher, '09. 


R. 


H. Follis, '99. 


W. 


W. Ford, '98. 


II. 


Fried, '11. 


W. 


A. Frontz, '11. 



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J. T. Geraghty, '03. 

E. Goetsch, '09. 
K. G. Grey, '11. 

H. S. Greenbaum, '04. 
W. L. Grimes, '10. 

C. G. Guthrie, '07. 

L. P. Hamburger, '97. 
L. V. Hamman, '01. 

F. Hazelhurst, '07. 
E. S. Hendry, '11. 

G. J. Heuer, '07. 

A. D. HirschfeMer. '03. 
L. K. Hirshberg, '02. 

D. R. Hooker, '05. 
A. Hubert, '11. 

W. R. Hudson, '11. 
G. L. Hunner, '97. 

E. H. Hutchins, '06. 

A. Keidel, '03. 
J. H. King, '06. 
L. W. Ketron, '11. 
O. Kinsey, '11. 

B. S. Kline, '11. 

J. H. M. Knox, '98. 

S. P. Law (Mrs. McGlan- 

nan), '07. 
M. Lazenby, '03. 
V. N. Leonard, '11. 

E. J. Leopold, '05. 
W. H. Lewis, '00. 
H. Lisser, '11. 

J. A. Luetcher, '99. 
J. T. MacCurdy, '11. 
H. L. McNeil, '11. 
M. A. Maas, '11. 

D. I. Macht, '06. 
R. H. Major, '10. 
R. W. B. Mayo, '08. 
S. R. Miller, '10. 
W. P. Morrill, '08. 
A. H. Morse, '06. 
W. L. Moss, '05. 

J. C. Neel, '10. 

F. K. Nichols, '10. 

G. C. Nev, '08. 

J. A. O'Donnell, '11. 

0. B. Pancoast, '97. 
W. T. Parsons, '07. 

1. R. Pels, '06. 

C. A. Penrose, '97. 

E. L. Pessagno, '07. 

E. D. Plass, '11. 

J. H. Pleasants, '99. 

F. G. Porter, '08. 
J. P. Pratt, '10. 
I. H. Prouty, '11. 
A. Randall, '07. 

C. M. Remsen, '04. 

E. H. Richardson, '05. 
S. Rosenheim, '99. 

F. R. Sabin, '00. 

E. P. Sandrock, '07. 
J. I. Scarborough, '08. 

G. B. Scholl, '02. 
W. G. Sexton, '11. 

F. J. Sladen, '06. 
J. M. Slemons, '01. 
H. W. Smith, '11. 
W. H. Smith, '03. 
R. R. Snowden, '11. 
L. C. Spencer, '11. 
T. P. Sprunt, '09. 

H. A. Stephenson, '10. 

G. A. Stewart, '11. 
H. B. Stone, '06. 
E. R. Strobel, '99. 

G. L. Taneyhill, Jr., '04. 
C. B. Towles, '05. 
A. J. Underbill, '01. 
A. de T. Valk, '10. 



C. W. Vest, '08. 

C. B. Walker, '11. 
L. H. Watkins, '09. 
H. Watson, '10. 

J. M. West, '01. 
G. H. Whiple, '05. 
A. H. Whitridge, '98. 

D. Williams, '02. 

M. C. Winternitz, '07. 
J. M. Wolfsohn, '11. 
S. Wolman. '06. 
G. H. Woltereck, '09. 
L. V. Zartman, '10. 

Easton, 1 

A. M. Stevens, '11. 

Hagerstown, 1 

P. Wroth, '06. 

Lonaconing, 1 

W. K. Skilling, '11. 

Princess Anne, 1 

H. M. Lankford, '05. 

Sanatorium, 1 

V. F. Cullen, '06. 

Towson, 1 

C. B. Farrar, '00. 

Massachusetts : 

Arlington, 1 

H. R. Webb, '06. 

Boston, 18 



c. 


F. 


de Angulo, '11. 


E. 


B, 


Beasley, '06. 


L. 


H. 


Burlingham, '06 


H. 


A. 


Christian, '00. 


F. 


A. 


Coughlin, '08. 


W 


M. 


Dunn, '11. 


E. 


Hale (Swift), '05. 


G. 


W. 


Hall, '01. 


A. 


E. 


Johann, '10. 


E. 


E. 


Lindeman, 'OS. 


H. 


W 


Marshall, '04. 


M. 


E. 


Morse, '03. 


J. 


H. 


Pratt, '98. 


L. 


J. 


Rhea, '05. 


£S. 


Rushmore, '02. 


W. 


L. 


Thompson, '04. 


F. 


H. 


Verhoef, '99. 


W. 


S. 


Wyatt, '09. 



Brookline, 1 

H. T. Hutchins, '03. 

Cambridge, 3 

M. F. Austin (Southard), '00. 
H. L. Langnecker, '06. 
E. H. Schorer, '06. 

Dorchester, 1 

H. G. Myrick, '00. 



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Fall River, 2 

E. S. Chace (Herbert), '01. 
M. W. Marvel, '00. 

Greenfield, 1 

W. K. Clarke, '08. 

Hathorne, 1 

W. B. Cornell, '03. 

Lexington, 1 

C. G. Merriam, '11. 

New Bedford, 1 

G. Marsden, '06. 

Rehoboth, 1 

M. S. Packard, '97. 

Salem, 1 

E. K. Burbeck, '07. 

Waltham, 1 

O. L. Dascombe, '05. 

Worcester, 1 

R. S. Perkins, '11. 

Weston, 1 

A. M. Ballou (Eliot), '05. 

Michigan: 

Ann Arbor, 2 

A. W. Hewlett, '00. 
P. M. Dawson, '98. 

Detroit, 7 

J. R. Carr, '04. 
G. L. Conner, '01. 
R. Conner, '01. 
N. S. Ferry, '02. 
C. R. Meloy, '06. 

B. R. Schenck, '98. 
H. N. Torrey, '06. 

Kalamazoo, 2 

F. Y. Cronk, '07. 

B. N. Epler, '99. 

Minnesota: 

Ceylon, 1 

R. T. Edwards, '04. 

Duluth, 2 

A. L. McDonald, '05. 
J. A. Winter, '06. 

Fergus Falls, 1 

K. J. Lee, '04. 

Keewatin, 1 

C. F. Carstens, '08. 



Minneapolis, 6 

H. W. Cook, '02. 

E. L. Crispin. '06. 

M. P. Sims (Ulrich), '01. 

C. N. Spratt, '01. 

H. L. Ulrich, '01. 

C. B. Wright, '02. 

Rochester, 4 

E. F. Butler, '10. 
W. L. Estes, '09. 
H. Z. Griffin, '04. 
W. C. McCarty, '04. 

St. Paul, 1 

L. D. Bristol, '07. 

Missouri: 

Bonne Terre, 1 

S. T. Nicholson, '10. 

Columbia, 2 

W. J. Calvert, '98. 

D. H. Dolley, '02. 

Kansas City, 3 

W. W. Duke, '08. 
H. F. Van Orden, '10. 
J. H. Whitcraft, '10. 

St. Louis, 13 

L. K. Baldauf, '05. 
J. S. Brotherhood, '08. 
W. M. C. Bryan, '02. 
J. R. Caulk, '06. 
G. S. Drake, '01. 
J. Erlanger, '99. 
M. A. Frankenthal, '02. 
R. Hopkins, '03. 

D. H. Morse, '10. 

E. L. Opie, '97. 
E. Sachs, '04. 

J. C. Salter, '01. 
H. J. Storrs, '04. 

Montana: 

Butte, 2 

C. H. Horst, '02. 
A. Karsted, '02. 

Great Falls, 1 

W. S. Bole, '10. 

Nebraska: 

Omaha, 1 

M. Langfeld, '98. 

Nevada: 

Tonopah, 1 

P. J. McDonnell, '08. 

New Jersey: 

Elizabeth, 1 

H. H. Robinson, '10. 



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Franklin Furnace, 1 

F. P. Wilbur, '06. 

Montclair, 1 

F. G. Porter, '08. 

Orange, 4 

C. T. Brown, '07. 
T. W. Harvey, '09. 
K. Porter, '98. 
E. N. Riggins, '02. 

Roselle, 1 

E. H. Blauvelt, '03. 

New York: 

Albany, 5 

J. M. Berry, '01. 

A. W. Elting, '98. 
C. D. Partridge, '07. 
J. A. Sampson, '99. 
C. K. Winne, '01. 

Auburn, 1 

H. I. Davenport, '05. 

Binghamton, 1 

M. J. Ross, '07. 

Brooklyn, 11 

W. S. Bennett, '11. 

G. E. Brockway. '11. 

E. B. Carter, '11. 

J. T. Flanagan, '08. 
H. L. Gray, '06. 
L. A. Lynch, '03. 
W. H. Maddren, '01. 
R. E. Moore, '06. 
J. F. Morrison, '04. 
C. E. Rynd, '11. 

B. E. Wolfort, '06. 

Buffalo, 10 

H. Adsit, '06. 
A. H. Clark, '03. 
T. W. Clarke, '02. 
W. H. Glenny, '02. 

F. C. Goldsborough, '03. 
A. E. Lee, '06. 

J. S. Lewis, '06. 

I. P. Lyon, '97. 

J. S. McFarland, '02. 

G. T. Tyler, '04. 

Clifton Springs, 2 

R. Sanderson, '10. 

C. W. Webb, '09. 

Cortland, 1 

R. P. Higgins, '05. 

Glens Falls, 2 

M. L. Haviland, '02. 

D. M. Sawyer, '11. 

Governor's Island, 1 

H. Beeuwkes, '06. 

Liberty, 1 

H. B. Neagle, '03. 



Loomis, 1 

C. W. Mills, '08. 

Long Island City, 1 

S. A. Marshall, '02. 

Madison Barracks, 1 

E. C. Hill, '07. 

New Brighton, 1 

C. R. Kingsley, '09. 

New Rochelle, 2 

O. H. Schell, '04. 

F. Schmitter, '03. 

New York City, 82 

V. B. Appleton, '06. 
E. M. Armstrong, '10. 
J. Auer, '02. 
J. V. Bedinger, '11. 

E. Boehm, '10. 
P. M. Bogart 

(Mrs. Van Voast), '06. 
C. F. Bookwalter, '10. 
J. R. Booth, '11. 
C. T. Brown. '07. 
M. T. Burrows, '09. 

F. C. Child, '09. 

A. S. Chittenden, '00. 
T. P. Coan, '09. 

C. C. Cody, Jr., '10. 

T. H. Coffin, '06. 

R. I. Cole, '99. 

E. V. Coolahan, '08. 

B. S. Denzer, '10. 

W. T. DeSautelle, '11. 
T. A. Devan, '10. 

A. R. Dochez, '07. 
R. U. Drinkard, '08. 
R. L. Engle, '10. 

N. B. Foster, '02. 

H. M. Gallagher, '11. 

F. M. Hanes, '08. 
W. E. Hart, '09. 

T- W. Hastings, '98. 
W. H. Hawkins, '11. 
R. F. Hegeman, '10. 
W. P. Healy, '00. 
R W. Hellenbrand, '07. 
E. S. Hellweg, '07. 
J. Hemenway 

(Mrs. J. H. Kenyon), '04. 
W. B. Hetfield, '11. 
M. C. Hill, '08. 
J. M. Hitzrot, '01. 
J. G. Hopkins, '07. 

B. Hunt, '11. 

N. B. Jenison, '11. 

N. M. Keith, '11. 

W. E. H. Krechting, '06. 

L. B. Lange, '11. 

G. U. Light, '98. 
H. D. Long, '03. 

W. T. Longcope, '01. 
W. G. MacCallura, '97. 

B. Mann, '09. 

W. H. Manwaring, '04. 
R. D. McClure, '08. 

C. Meltzer (Auer), '00. 

D. E. Monroe, '10. 
J. B. Murphy, '09. 
W. B. Newcomb, '10. 
T. G. Orr, '10. 

C. A. Potter, '11. 
R. S. Preston, '08. 



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S. I. Rain forth, '03. 
C. Ricksher, '05. 
C. W. Riley, '07. 
G. C. Robinson, '03. 
A. S. Rosenfeld, '11. 

F. P. Rous, '05. 
A. Rucker, '11. 

O. M. Schloss, '05. 
M. Seagrave, '11. 
R. L. Stacy, '08. 

A. R. Stevens, '03. 
E. Stillman, '11. 
H. R. Stone, '04. 
H. R. Stone, '04. 

B. T. Terry, '04. 
H. C. Thacher, '06. 
H. S. Thomson, '09. 

E. E. Walker, '98. 

G. W. Warren, '01. 
M. Warren, '00. 

T. H. Wenning, '10. 
M. B. Wesson, '10. 
J. K. Wiener, '11. 
U. J. Wile, '07. 

Olean, 1 

R. B. Morris, '10. 

Otisville, 1 

W. H. White, '07. 

Port Chester, 1 

G. Sands, '98. 

Rochester, 5 

S. J. Appelbaum, '08. 

C. W. Hennington, '06. 
C. L. Hincher, '07. 

N. G. Orchard, '07. 

H. S. Schumacher, '07. 

Roslyn, L. I., 1 

J. K. Worthington, '08. 

Saranac Lake, 3 

L. Brown, '00. 

A. K. Krause, '07. 

J. L. Nichols, '97. 

Schaghticoke^ 1 

A. E. Beale, '00. 

Syracuse, 4 

R. H. Dunning, '11. 
A. Dutcher, '01. 

F. M. Meader, '09. 
H. S. Steensland, '99. 

Troy, 2 

H. W. Carey, '01. 
H. P. Sawyer, '06. 

Utica, 4 

F. H. Church, '06. 
J. W. W. Dimon, '09. 
F. R. Ford, '05. 
F. T. Owens, '07. 

West Haverstraw, 1 

O. H. Cobb, '06. 



West Point, l 

C. D. Cowles, '05. 

Yonkers, 2 

It. B. Scofield, '07. 
W. J. Vogeler, '04. 

North Carolina: 

Asheville, 1 

F. W. Griffith, '06. 

Chapel Hill, 1 

W. H. Brown, '07. 

Charlotte, 1 

A. G. Brenizer, '08. 

Greensboro, 1 

W. F. Cole, '09. 

Laurinburg, 1 

R. Duffy, '02. 

Raleigh, 1 

C. A. Shore, '07. 

Salisbury, 1 

J. A. Caldwell, '04. 

Wilmington, 4 

J. Akerman, '00. 
J. Collinson, '11. 
R. B. Seem, '06. 
R. B. Slocum, '05. 

Winston-Salem, 1 

E. P. Gray, '06. 

North Dakota: 

Fargo, 1 

M. P. Rindlaub, '05. 

Willow City, 1 

H. L. Youtz, '05. 

Ohio: 

Canton, 1 

C. A. LaMont, '08. 

Cincinnati, 5 

W. F. Jelke, '02. 

E. F. Malone, '07. 

M. E. Nast (Wherry), '06. 

W. O. Pauli, '07. 

P. G. Woolley, '00. 

Cleveland, 18 

M. B. Bonta, '04. 
W. D. Fullerton, '11. 
E. L. Gilcreest, '10. 
E. O. Grant, '11. 
H. Hempstead, '05. 
J. A. Hunnicutt, '11. 
T. S. Keyser, '11. 



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L. W. Ladd, '99. 

S. L. Ledbetter, '10. 

D. Marine, '05. 

H. W. Masenhimer, '08. 

W. H. Norton, '10. 

R. G. Perkins, '98. 

O. T. Schultz, '03. 

H. G. Sloan, '06. 

J. T. Smith', '07. 

C. W. Stone, '05. 

H. L. Taylor, '10. 

Columbus, 1 

J. J. Coons, '02. 

Corning, 1 

H. L. Conner, '10. 

Jamestown, 1 

C. L. Jones, '03. 

Macedonia, 1 

H. Dudley, '03. 

Nelsonville, 1 

H. L. Connett, '09. 

Oxford, 1 

H. M. Moore, '99. 

Toledo, 3 

L. F. Smead, '05. 
C. G. Souder, '07. 
A. L. Steinfeld, '01. 

Youngstown, 1 

H. C. Evans, '00. 

Oregon: 

Portland, 4 

H. B. Fenton, '10. 
J. F. Ortschild, '06. 
S. W. Schaefer, '09. 
O. B. Wight, '02. 

Panama: 

Ancon, 1 

A. B. Herrick, '98. 

Bocas de Toro, 1 

R. D. Clarke, '08. 

Cristobal, 1 

W. V. Brem, '04. 

Panama City, 2 

W. J. Weese, '11. 
C. M. Winn, '11. 

Pennsylvania: 

Altoona, 1 

E. G. Birge, '07. 

Bradford, 1 

P. R. Straight, '06. 



Erie, l 

T. P. Tredway, '10. 

Greencastle, 1 

P. W. McLaughlin, '07. 

Hanover, 1 

J. E. Meisenhelder, '02. 
E. W. Stick, '09. 

Harrisburg, l 

R. F. L. Ridgway, '06. 

Johnstown, l 

D. P. Ray, '07. 

Lebanon, l 

G. R. Pretz, '09. 

Mont Alto, 1 

B. S. Putts, '06. 

Philadelphia, 11 

W. H. Blakeslee, '01. 

E. M. L'Engle, '02. 
M. Herrington, '06. 
S. D. Ludlum, '02. 
B. B. V. Lyon, '07. 

J. H. Oppenheimer, '08. 
G. Peirce, '07. 
D. B. Pfeiffer, »06. 
H. M. Smith, '01. 

A. W. Tallant, '02. 
L. Tuttle, '07. 

Pittsburgh, 18 

L. Adams, '11. 
M. H. Baker, '10. 
T. Baker, '04. 
L. C. Bixler, '03. 
W. E. Carson, '07. 

B. Z. Cashman, '09. 

F. R. Crawford, '11. 
W. R. S. Denner, '08. 
A. H. Eggers, '00. 

C. C. Hartman, '11. 

D. W. Luten, '11. 
W. Marshall, '03. 
R. T. Miller, '03. 
W. B. Rogers, '10. 
J. W. Sheetz, '10. 
P. R. Sieber, '11. 
M. B. Sponsler, '11. 
J. S. Willock, '04. 

Pottsville, 1 

M. B. Kingsbury, '06. 

Royersf ord, 1 

H. Graber, '07. 

Wilkes-Barre, 1 

S. D. Wyckoff, '99. 

York, 3 

C. H. May, '08. 

E. W. Meisenhelder, '02. 
L. S. Weaver, '04. 



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Philippine Islands: 

Manila, 6 

J. R. Bosley, '01. 
P. K. Gilman, '05. 
K. W. Hammack, '11. 
T. Lamson, '01. 
A. W. Sellards, '09. 
R. P. Strong, '97. 

Rhode Island: 

Howard, 1 

A. P. Harrison, '07. 

Providence, 8 

F. D. Bullock, '07. 
M. S. Danforth, '05. 
J. R. Elliott, '09. 
P. T. Fulton, '99. 
H. J. Hoye, '99. 
W. E. Leaper, '11. 
J. A. McCann, '08. 
E. A. Stone, '00. 

South Carolina: 

Aiken, 1 

E. S. Cross, '06. 

Columbia, 1 

E. Cooper, '10. 

Manning, 1 

M. Weinberg, '10. 

South Dakota: 

Pierre, 1 

T. F. Riggs, '03. 

Tennessee: 

Memphis, 1 

L. W. Haskell, '03. 

Nashville, 1 

C. E. Brush, '03. 

Texas: 

Corpus Christi, 1 

J. D. Cohn, '11. 

El Paso, 1 

W. W. Waite, '06. 

Fort Worth, 2 

F. C. Beall, '06. 
K. H. Beall, '05. 

Memphis, 1 

W. Wilson, '04. 

San Antonio, 2 

R. I. Nixon, '09. 
J. L. Robinson, '08. 



Utah: 

Salt Lake City, 1 

A. J. Ridges, '08. 

Vermont: 

Wells River, 1 

W. G. Ricker, '04. 

Virginia: 

Abingdon, 1 

G. V. Litchfield, '02. 

Charlottesville, 3 

H. T. Marshall, '98. 
W. M. Thalheimer, '08. 
S. H. Watts, '01. 

Fairfax, 1 

H. Fletcher, '00. 

Manchester, 1 

M. P. Rucker, '03. 

Norfolk, 2 

G. E. Chinn, '03. 
J. M. Love, '04. 

Onley, 1 

W. F. Kellam, '06. 

Petersburg 1 

S. W. Budd, '09. 

Richmond, 3 

A. W. Freeman, '05. 
W. H. Higgins, '08. 
V. Vanderhoof, '05. 

Roanoke, 5 

M. D. Council, '11. 
I. H. Gilland, '11. 
A. C. Kissling, '11. 
G. B. Lawson, '05. 
R. L. Rhodes, '10. 

Soldiers' Home, 1 

J. R. Frow, '08. 

Washington: 

Everson, 1 

G. E. Rehberger, '05. 

Garfield, 1 

G. M. MacGregor, '02. 

Seattle, 6 

C. F. Davidson, '07. 

H. J. Davidson, '05. 

I. B. Green, '07. 

E. C. Gross, '11. 

E. R. Kelley, '06. 

H. J. Knott, '11. 



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109 



Spokane, 1 

F. Hinman, '06. 

West Virginia: 

Charleston, 1 

G. H. White, Jr., '06. 

Fairmont, 1 

C. M. Raraage, '10. 

Morgantown, 2 

J. N. Simpson, '02. 
C. E. Watson, '10. 

Wheeling, 1 

J. E. Burns, '08. 

Wisconsin: 

Beloit, 1 

E. B. Brown, '06. 

Eau Claire, 1 

H. F. Derge, '08. 

Green Lake, 1 

A. J. Wiesender, '09. 

Madison, 7 

C. R. Bardeen, '97. 

C. H. Bunting, '01. 
J. A. E. Eyster, '05. 
A. S. Lovenhart, '03. 
N. O. Nelson, '04. 

D. M. Reed (Mendenhall), '07. 
C. M. Swett (Bunting), '01. 

Menomine, 1 

A. Egdahl, '04. 

Milwaukee, 8 

C. A. Baer, '05. 
P. H. Dernehl, '07. 

F. J. Gaenslen, '03. 
C. F. Hardy, '02. 
W. L. LeCron, '08. 
J. D. Madison, '98. 
R. G. Washburn, '04. 
J. L. Yates, '99. 

Wauwatosa, 2 

H. M. Senseny, '10. 
L. M. Warfield, '01. 

Foreign. 
Arabia, * 1 

P. W. Harrison, '08. 

Austria: 

Linz, 1 

M. S. Haynes (Heissig), '02. 



Canada: 

Montreal, 1 

W. W. Francis, '02. 

China: 

Changsha, 1 

E. H. Hume, '01. 

Chaochowf u, 1 

S. M. Grier (Lesher), '05. 

, Fen Cho f u, 1 

P. T. Watson, '07. 

Haichow, 2 

R. Bennett (Morgan), '04. 
L. S. Morgan, '04. 

Hwai Yuen, 1 

A. G. Murdoch, '06. 

Nanking, 1 

P. S. Evans, '99. 

Peking, ... 2 

F. J. Hall, '05. 
C. W. Young, '03. 

Teng Chou, 1 

R. W. Dunlap, '07. 

Wuhu, 1 

H. S. Houghton, '05. 

Germany: 

Berlin, 4 

E. M. Girdwood (Peirce), '09. 
W. E. Grove, '08. 

G. Peirce, '07. 
A. Rohde, '10. 

Breslau, 1 

J. W. Rosenfeld, '10. 

Freiburg, 2 

H. G. Barbour, '10. 
A. F. Mattice, '10. 

Marburg, 1 

R. O. Fuerbringer, '08. 

Munich, 1 

J. R. Miller, '11. 

India: 

Wai, 1 

R. Fairbanks (Beals), '00. 

Lakawn, 1 

E. C. Cort, '07. 



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Mexico: 
Sonora, 



C. B. Palmer, '07. 

Persia: 

Hamadan, 1 

M. D. Allen, '10. 

Switzerland: 



Berne, 

E. R. Wiese, '11. 



Turkey: 



Constantinople, 1 

D. C. Walton, '09. 

Europe, 3 



L. W. Gorham, '10. 
A. W. Morrison, '10. 
E. Rosencrantz, '04. 



GENERAL STATEMENT 



The Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity was opened for the instruction of students Octo- 
ber, 1893. It is an integral and coordinate part of the 
University, and is in the closest affiliation with the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, the professors of the various clinical 
branches being the heads of the corresponding depart- 
ments in the Hospital. 

The required period of study for the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine is four years. The instruction begins on the 
morning of the first Tuesday of October. Candidates for 
admission are required to be present on the preceding 
Friday (see the Calendar, page 7). The graduating exer- 
cises are held on the second Tuesday of June. There are 
short recesses at Christmas and Easter. 

The course of instruction is planned for the professional 
training of those who have received a liberal education, 
as indicated by a collegiate degree in arts or science, in- 
cluding a reading knowledge of French and German and 
adequate training in those branches of science, such as 
physics, chemistry and biology, which underlie the medi- 
cal sciences. Men and women are admitted upon the 
same terms. 

Throughout the course special emphasis is laid upon 
practical work in the laboratories and in the dispensary 
and wards of the hospital. While the aim of the School 
is primarily to train practitioners of medicine and sur- 
gery, it is recognized that the medical art should rest 
upon a suitable preliminary education and upon thorough 
training in the underlying medical sciences. The first 
two years are devoted mainly to practical work, com- 
bined with demonstrations, recitations and lectures, in 
the laboratories of anatomy, physiology, physiological 

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chemistry, pharmacology, pathology and bacteriology. 
During the last two years the student is given abundant 
opportunity for the personal study of sick patients, and 
most of his time is spent in the hospital wards or dis- 
pensary, and in the clinical laboratories. 

Each year twelve members of the graduating class are 
appointed to serve as resident house officers in the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, and in addition a certain number are 
afforded the opportunity of serving as "externes" in the 
Hospital and Dispensary. See "Hospital Appointments" 
p. 176. 

All inquiries should be addressed to the Dean of the 
Johns Hopkins Medical School. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



As candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine the 
School receives: 

I. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chem- 
ical-Biological course which leads to the A. B. degree in 
this University (Group V. course preliminary to medi- 
cine). 

II. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools 
who can furnish evidence: (a) That they have an ac- 
quaintance with Latin and a reading knowledge of French 
and German; (&) That they have such knowledge of 
biology, chemistry and physics, as may be obtained by a 
year's course in these subjects, when accompanied by 
laboratory work.* 



*While a year's laboratory work in physics, chemistry and biol- 
ogy is accepted as fulfilling the minimum requirements for en- 
trance, attention is called to the fact that in chemistry, at least, 
this amount of work does not suffice to prepare the student to 
follow with advantage the chemical side of medical studies. In 
the preliminary medical course provided in this University, two 
years of chemical work are required. All intending students are 
advised to arrange for this amount of laboratory instruction in 
the subject, including some work in organic chemistry. 



837] Requirements for Admission 113 

Biology. — In addition to the usual class work, the instruction 
must include a year's laboratory course of six or more hours a 
week upon the structure, functions and life-histories of selected 
types of animal and plant life. Courses in botany or zoology will 
be accepted provided the laboratory work has been adequate. It 
is desirable that the course should include laboratory instruction 
in embryology. 

Chemistry. — The minimum requirement is a course in general 
chemistry for one year. This must include five hours of labora- 
tory work a week throughout the year, and lectures and class- 
room work covering the outlines of inorganic chemistry and the 
elements of organic chemistry, somewhat as presented in Rem- 
sen's "Introduction to the Study of Chemistry." 

Physics. — A collegiate course for at least one year is required. 
This must include four hours a week of class-room work and at 
least three hours a week of quantitative work in the laboratory. 
Special attention should be given to theoretical mechanics and to 
the mechanical and electrical experiments. 

Latin. — The candidate should have studied Latin grammar and 
should possess at least such knowledge of the language as may be 
acquired by reading four books of Caesar or their equivalent. 

III. Those who give evidence by examination that they 
possess the general education implied by a degree in arts 
or in science from an approved college or scientific school, 
and in addition, the knowledge of French, German, Latin, 
physics, chemistry, and biology above indicated.** 

Application Blanks. — Application for admission 
should be made to the Dean, who will furnish blanks, re- 
lating to the previous courses of study of the applicant. 

The blanks should be filled out and returned promptly, 
when the applicant w r ill be notified of the probabilities 
of his acceptance with or without conditions. 

Certificates. — Applicants are required to furnish cer- 
tificates, from officers of the college or scientific schools 
at which they have studied, as to the courses pursued in 
physics, chemistry, and biology. 

Exemption from Entrance Examination. — Those who 
possess a degree in arts or sciences from an approved col- 



**Applicants who are deficient in either French or German or in 
laboratory work in physics, but fulfill the requirements in other 
respects, may be admitted conditionally, on the understanding 
that the condition must be absolved before the beginning of the 
second year. 



114 Medical Department [838 

lege or scientific school, and in addition furnish satisfac- 
tory certificates concerning their training in physics, 
chemistry and biology, with evidence of acquaintance with 
Latin and a reading knowledge of French and German, 
are admitted without examination. 

Special Workers. — Special workers, not candidates 
for a degree, will be received at the discretion of the 
Faculty. 

Admission to Advanced Standing 

Applicants for admission to advanced standing must 
furnish evidence (1) that the foregoing terms of admis- 
sion as regards preliminary training have been fulfilled, 
(2) that medical courses equivalent in kind and amount 
to those given in this school in the year or years preceding 
that to which admission is desired, have been satisfac- 
torily completed, and (3) they must pass examinations at 
the beginning of the session in October in the subjects 
already pursued by the class to which admission is sought. 
The applicant must have studied as a matriculated medi- 
cal student in an approved medical school for a period of 
time at least equal to that already spent by the class 
which he seeks to enter. Certificates of standing else- 
where cannot be accepted in place of these examinations. 



Persons who have already received the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine elsewhere, will not be admitted as candidates 
for that degree from this University. Should further in- 
struction be desired, they are advised to enter as gradu- 
ate students. 



GENERAL PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 






Each year is divided into trimesters, the first extending 
from October to the Christmas recess, the second from 
January to March 15, and the third from March 15, to the 
end of the academic year. 

As the student upon entrance is required to show evi- 
dence of an adequate collegiate training in physics, gen- 
eral chemistry, and general biology, these subjects do not 
form a part of the curriculum of this school. 

The first two years of the course are devoted mainly to 
the fundamental medical sciences, the larger part of the 
time being spent in practical work in the laboratories. 
In the last two years the various clinical branches are 
studied in the wards of the Hospital, the dispensary, and 
in the clinical laboratories. 

The principal studies of the first year are human 
anatomy, histology, neurology, bacteriology, physiology, 
and physiological chemistry. 

The study of anatomy and of physiology is continued 
in the second year, together with general pathology, 
pathological anatomy and histology, pharmacology, and 
toxicology. During the last trimester of the second year 
instruction is begun in physical diagnosis and in certain 
surgical methods, as an introduction to the clinical work 
of the succeeding years. 

The arrangement of the courses during the first two 
years follows a definite plan that has two purposes in 
view: First, to secure that logical sequence of studies 
which is generally recognized as desirable, and second, to 
enable the student to concentrate his work at certain 
periods upon some one subject or upon closely allied sub- 
jects. The various studies are not, however, entirely 
separated from one another, but are arranged to overlap, 
so that a student makes a beginning in one subject before 

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he has completed his work in the study that is a natural 
antecedent to it. 

The major portion of the work of these years is obliga- 
tory for all students, but the time is so arranged that 
certain elective courses may be selected; thereby making 
it possible either to give more time to the obligatory 
courses, or to do special work along related lines. When 
any elective course has been selected it must be completed 
satisfactorily if credit is to be obtained for it. 

As the third and fourth years are devoted to practical 
medicine, they can not be taken up until the student has 
obtained credit for a prescribed minimum of work in the 
underlying sciences. At present, thirty units of work 
are required in the first two years. Each unit is a course 
or group of courses of instruction equivalent to five hours 
a week for one trimester, so that it will be necessary for 
the student to take five units of work, obligatory and 
elective, during each trimester, in order to complete in 
two years the requirements for entrance upon the clinical 
studies. The system, however, permits him to spend an 
additional trimester or longer in the preparatory work, 
should it prove necessary or desirable. 

The work of the third year is largely obligatory. Dur- 
ing this year the student attends the clinics and dispen- 
sary exercises in medicine and surgery, and completes the 
required work in obstetrics, gynecology and nervous 
diseases. 

For the morning work the class is divided into four 
groups. During the first hour each group receives in- 
struction in obstetrics, gynecology or surgery, and from 
ten o'clock to noon the time is devoted to practical work 
in the medical, surgical and nervous departments of the 
Dispensary. From 12 noon to 1 p. m. the entire class 
attends the large amphitheatre clinics in medicine or 
surgery. 

The afternoons are devoted mainly to laboratory work 
in clinical microscopy and surgical pathology. Some in- 



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struction is also given in practical therapeutics and 
pharmacy, thus completing the pharmacological work of 
the previous year. Moreover, short propadeutical courses 
are given to familiarize the student with the use of the 
ophthalmoscope and laryngoscope. On certain after- 
noons there are also offered a number of short elective 
courses of a practical character, and each student is re- 
quired to select from them a sufficient amount of work 
to give him a credit of one and a half units — the unit for 
the last two years being defined as a course or group of 
courses equivalent to six hours a week for one trimester. 

In the fourth year, the class is divided into three 
groups, each working in rotation for one trimester in 
medicine or surgery, or in certain elective courses. For 
one- third of their time the students are given an oppor 
tunity to vary their studies according to their special 
needs, and may choose from a large number of elective 
courses. 

Each student must complete 18 units of work during 
the year, 12 of which are obligatory and 6 elective. The 
obligatory work consists of six units in medicine, three 
units in surgery, one unit in ophthalmology, one unit 
which may be selected from laryngology, dermatology, 
pediatrics, genito-urinary surgery, orthopedics or neurol- 
ogy, as well as attendance upon a weekly amphitheatre 
clinic in medicine, and upon a group of lectures in medi- 
cal zoology, psychiatry, hygiene, medical jurisprudence 
and medical ethics, which together count as one unit. 

The elective work is arranged in major, minor and frac- 
tional courses. The former occupy 3 or 2% hours a day 
throughout one trimester, according as the classes are in 
the morning or afternoon, and count as 3 or 2y 2 units re- 
spectively. In the minor courses, which count as one 
unit, one hour a day throughout one trimester or two 
hours a day for one-half a trimester are devoted to the 
subject; while several fractional courses may be combined 
in order to make one unit. Students choosing these 



118 Medical Department [842 

courses must register at the Dean's office and will be ex- 
pected to perform the work satisfactorily and to submit 
to an examination at its close. Elective courses must be 
followed to the end of the trimester, after having been 
once chosen. 

The obligatory work in medicine requires, at least, six 
hours of work a day for one trimester. The members of 
the medical group act as clinical clerks in the medical 
wards of the hospital, a certain number of beds being as- 
signed to each student. They take the histories and keep 
the notes of cases, and under the guidance and direction 
of the resident physician make the necessary examina- 
tions. They accompany the physician-in-chief or some 
member of the staff in the daily ward-rounds, write the 
history of the new patients, are questioned as to the re- 
sults of their examinations, and receive special bedside 
and laboratory instruction. In surgery, the student gives 
three hours a day during one trimester to attendance 
upon the ward-rounds, operating-rooms and the surgical 
laboratories. The members of this group take the his- 
tories of patients in the wards and act as surgical dress- 
ers. They make the morning visits with the surgeon-in- 
chief or the resident surgeon, and have daily opportuni- 
ties to become familiar with the diagnosis, management 
and progress of surgical cases. They witness and assist 
at operations, and are given an opportunity to take an 
elective course in operative surgery upon animals. 

From the above statements, it will be seen that, the 
time of each student during the fourth year is divided as 
follows: trimester A, practical work in medicine during 
the entire day; trimester B, practical work in surgery 
during the mornings ; and in the afternoons, short obliga- 
tory courses in ophthalmology and in one of the special 
branches of medicine; trimester C, six units of elective 
work. The courses so elected may continue the practical 
work in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynecology, etc., or 
may bear upon the special branches of medicine, or may 



843] Clinical Opportunities 119 

be taken in the scientific laboratories. Each student, in 
other words, after completing certain minimal require- 
ments, chiefly in medicine and surgery, may extend his 
knowledge by taking a number of short clinical courses 
in different departments, or he may concentrate his atten- 
tion upon the work of a few departments. 



CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES 



Abundant and varied clinical material is afforded by 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. The Johns 
Hopkins Hospital occupies a site of fourteen acres im- 
mediately adjoining the grounds of the Medical School; 
some of the laboratories of the School are in the Hospital 
buildings. The Hospital is unusually complete and well- 
equipped. It comprises a large administration building, 
and separate buildings for the pay -wards, free- wards, dis- 
pensary and amphitheatre, laboratories, nurses' home, 
laundry, kitchen, etc. Practically all of the instruction 
of the fourth-year class, and most of the work of the 
third-year class is given in the Hospital and Dispensary. 

The Hospital is governed by its own Board of Trustees, 
and has an ample endowment independent of that of the 
University and its Medical School, but the relations be- 
tween the two institutions are of the most intimate kind. 
The Superintendent of the Hospital and all its chief of- 
ficers are also members of the Medical Faculty, so that 
the entire practice in the Hospital is under the control 
of the professors of the Medical School and their assist- 
ants. By this arrangement ample material is obtained 
for thorough clinical instruction in the various branches 
of medicine and surgery, including the specialties. 

The lying-in department of the Hospital and the out- 
patient obstetrical service supply opportunities for prac- 
tical training in obstetrics, and the Harriet Lane John- 
stone Home for Invalid Children and the Phipps Psy- 



120 Medical Department [844 

chiatric Clinic, when completed, will afford abundant 
facilities for instruction in Pediatrics and Psychiatry. 

The clinical amphitheatre and operating rooms are in 
the Surgical building of the Hospital. This building 
furnishes facilities for the instruction of third and 
fourth year students in surgery and medicine. It con- 
tains, upon the first floor adjoining the dispensary, 
several operating rooms for accident and minor surgical 
cases. Upon the third floor a recitation and lecture room 
is provided, in connection with special rooms for the 
study of surgical pathology. There are also X-ray rooms, 
examination rooms, and treatment rooms. In the fourth 
and fifth stories are the surgical amphitheatre, and 
several smaller operating rooms, and the necessary prepa- 
ration, etherizing and recovery rooms. In the basement 
a suite of rooms is thoroughly equipped for work in 
genitourinary surgery. 

On the first floor there is a large amphitheatre for the 
demonstration of medical cases, and various small rooms 
for those who are pursuing special studies in physical 
diagnosis. The building also contains the several labora- 
tories belonging to the medical clinic ; namely, the general 
clinical laboratory, the biological laboratory, the physio- 
logical laboratory, the bio-chemical laboratory, etc. 

The Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine 
has been built especially for instruction in pathological 
physiology and in operative surgery upon animals. It is 
thoroughly equipped and offers facilities to students for 
acquiring direct experience in surgical technique and the 
experimental methods applicable to medical research, 
under the supervision of competent instructors. 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps a separate 
out-patient building has been provided for the care and 
study of patients suffering from tuberculosis. This build- 
ing, which is adjacent to the Dispensary, is not only 
admirably equipped for the care of patients, but also for 



845] The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 121 

the laboratory investigation of the various problems con- 
nected with the disease. 

The Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children ( See Ap- 
pendix, XI) will be ready for use during the session of 
1911-1912, and will afford abundant facilities for instruc- 
tion in diseases of children. It is situated on the grounds 
of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and will be in charge of 
the Professor of Pediatrics in the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. This hospital will accommodate 100 patients 
and will be provided with an out-patient department. 

Through the courtesy of the Supervisors of City Chari- 
ties of Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins University has the 
privilege for part of the year of utilizing for clinical in- 
struction the patients in the various departments of the 
City Hospitals at Bay View. During the first trimester 
practical instruction in mental diseases is given to the 
fourth-year class; and during the third trimester the 
wards of the general and tubercular hospitals will be 
utilized for the instruction of third year students in 
medicine, surgery and pathology. 



THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 



In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, under date of June 12th, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps 
of New York, proposed to erect a Psychiatric Hospital in 
connection with the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to provide 
for the better care of patients suffering from mental dis- 
ease, especially in its earlier and curable stage, under con- 
ditions similar to those in a general hospital. He offered 
the funds necessary for the erection of a psychiatric hos- 
pital on the grounds of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to 
afford accommodation for about sixty patients and to con- 
tain the necessary laboratory facilities, hydrotherapeutic 
apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment, and 
furthermore, to give to the Johns Hopkins University 



122 Medical Department [846 

additional funds for the establishment of a professorship 
of psychiatry and adequate assistantships thereto for a 
period of ten years from the opening of the clinic. This 
generous offer was immediately accepted by the Trustees 
of the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, and the 
respective Boards elected Dr. Adolph Meyer of New York, 
Professor of Psychiatry on the part of the University and 
Director of the Clinic on the part of the Hospital. The 
building thus provided for is now in process of erection, 
and the clinic will be ready for the admission of patients 
and for the instruction of students early in 1912. 

MEDICAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS 



By the action of the Board of Trustees of the University 
taken March 7th, 1904, the appointment of an official med- 
ical adviser to the students of the Medical Department 
was authorized. This officer is to have a definite hour for 
consultation, and when requested, is expected to visit in 
their own homes, such students as are too ill to meet him 
at his consultation hour, and to obtain, when necessary, 
the services of specialists for special examination and 
treatment. This service is without cost to the students, 
the salary of the Adviser being paid by the University. 
Dr. F. J. Sladen, Kesident Physician to the Hospital and 
Associate in Medicine in the University, holds this posi- 
tion for the present academic year. 

In order to guard more carefully the health of the stu- 
dents, the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty decided, 
in 1909, that all entering students would be asked to 
undergo a medical examination. A careful physical ex- 
amination is made and the results are recorded and placed 
upon file. If the results are unsatisfactory the student 
is given appropriate advice in regard to his future work. 
During the month of October each student is expected to 
report to one of a group of selected physicians for this 
purpose. 



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A competent physician has also been appointed to 
supervise the hygienic conditions of all boarding houses 
which advertise for the patronage of the students. A list 
of such houses as satisfy his requirements is posted in 
the office of the Medical School. 



MICROSCOPES 



The character of the practical work requires that each 
student during each year of the course, shall be supplied 
with a microscope, and every student is recommended to 
purchase one. Any student who does not possess a micro- 
scope may obtain one from the school upon the payment 
of a small yearly rental. A microscope thus rented is 
given entirely into the charge of the student, but it must 
be returned in good condition at the end of the year. 

Microscopes are not provided in the graduate courses. 
A limited number of microscopes including immersion 
lens, may be rented from the Eegistrar for these courses, 
at the rate of $7.00. Those who rent microscopes will be 
required to deposit $10.00 to cover any possible damage 
to the stand or lenses. This money will be returned at 
the end of the course if the microscope is not injured. 



REGISTRATION 



Students in the undergraduate courses must register 
at the Dean's office at the beginning of each year and pay 
their fees for the first trimester. 

Graduate students, after receiving permission from the 
Heads of Departments to enter any course under their 
supervision, must register at the Dean's office before en- 



124 Medical Department [848 

tering such courses. Upon payment of the requisite fees 
a card will be issued stating the courses which the holder 
is entitled to take. This card must be presented to the 
instructor in charge of each course at the beginning of 
the class-work in order that the holder may be recognized 
as a member of the class and receive due credit for the 
course. 



LIBRARIES 



The University Library contains 155,624 volumes, se 
lected in recent years with reference to the instruction 
here given. It is arranged in several collections. 

The works relating to medicine are placed in special 
libraries in the main building of the Hospital and in the 
Medical School building, and are readily accessible to stu- 
dents and to the workers in the laboratories. The leading 
medical periodicals of the world are regularly received 
and complete sets of the more important journals are on 
the shelves. 

Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody (181,000 
volumes), the Pratt (280,297 volumes), the Medical and 
Chirurgical Faculty (25,000 volumes), and the New Mer- 
cantile (83,000 volumes). With the exception of the last- 
named these libraries are open to students of the Medical 
School without charge. 

Washington is so near that its libraries and museums 
may be easily visited. Among the chief institutions of 
interest to students are: The Smithsonian Institute and 
National Museum, the Library of Congress, the Army 
Medical and Surgical Museum, the Library of the Sur- 
geon-General's office, and the Libraries of the Depart- 
ments and Bureaus. 



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MEDICAL SOCIETIES 



The Hospital Medical Society, the Laennec Society and 
the Historical Club meet at the Hospital regularly 
throughout the academic year, and are open to students. 



GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 



Opportunities may be obtained at all times of the year 
for graduate instruction by physicians who are graduates 
of reputable schools. These opportunities vary from year 
to year and for the different subjects. The details in 
regard to graduate courses during the present session will 
be found below at the end of the description of the course 
of instruction in each department. 



PUBLICATIONS 



The Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, issued 
monthly, and now in the twenty-second year of its publi- 
cation, contains articles by those connected with the Medi- 
cal School and Hospital and the proceedings of the Hos- 
pital Societies. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, of 
which sixteen volumes have been completed, contain the 
larger monographs and results of researches in the Hos- 
pital and the laboratories of the Medical School. 



126 Medical Department | 850 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION 



The following statements are designed to exhibit the 
opportunities and the character of the instruction and 
practical work in each department. 

Anatomy 

Franklin P. Mall, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 
Warren H. Lewis, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Florence R. Sabin, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Eliot R. Clark, M. D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Herbert M. Evans, M. D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Charles R. Essick, M. D., Instructor in Anatomy. 
Ernest I. Werber, Ph. D., Assistant in Anatomy. 

Courses of instruction are provided in various anatom- 
ical sciences — embryology, histology, microscopic anat 
omy, neurology and gross human anatomy — and opportu- 
nities are afforded for advanced work and investigation in 
these sciences. 

The required courses (I, II and III) for candidates 
for the degree of Doctor of Medicine may be completed 
during the first year of the medical course. 

Students who have completed the required course in 
anatomy may elect any of the courses in this department. 

Physicians and students not candidates for a medical 
degree may be admitted to any of the courses by special 
arrangements with the instructors and may undertake 
advanced work and original research. 

Required Courses 

I. Systematic Course in the Anatomy of the 
Human Body. Professor Lewis, Dr. Clark, Dr. Essick 
and Dr. Werber. Autumn trimester, daily, 9-12. Three 
units. 

In courses I and II the student makes a complete dis- 
section of all the structures, using atlases and text-books 



851] Anatomy 127 

as guides. The work of each student is largely indepen- 
dent. 

II. Systematic Course in the Anatomy op the 
Human Body. Continuation of Course I. Professor 
Lewis, Dr. Clark, Dr. Essick and Dr. Werber. Winter 
trimester, daily, 9-12. Three units. 

III. Histology (laboratory). Professor Mall, Pro- 
fessor Sabin and Dr. Evans. Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 2-5. Lectures, Professor Sabin, Thursday, 2-3 
Autumn trimester. Two units. 

Elective Courses 

IV. Lectures on Neurology. Professor Sabin. Win- 
ter trimester. Wednesday and Friday, 2-3. Two-fifths 
units. 

V. Neurology. Professor Sabin, Professor Mall and 
Dr. Evans. Winter trimester. Tuesday and Thursday 
afternoons, 2-5. One and one-fifth units. 

VI. Conference in Anatomy. Professor Lewis. 
Autumn and Winter trimesters. Tuesday, 12-1. One- 
fifth unit each trimester. 

VII. Conference in Osteology. Dr. Clark. Autumn 
trimester. Monday, 12-1. One-fifth unit. 

VIII. Study-Eoom Course in Anatomy. Professor 
Lewis. Autumn trimester, 10-1. Dr. Clark, Spring tri- 
mester, 9-12. One to three units each trimester. 

IX. Topographical Anatomy. Professor Lewis. Win- 
ter trimester, daily, 9-11. Two units. 

X. Anatomy of the Infant. Dr. Clark. Winter tri- 
mester, daily, 9-11. Two units. 

XI. Advanced Embryology. Spring trimester. 

XII. Experimental Embryology. Professor Lewis. 
Spring trimester. Hours to be arranged. 

XIII. Advanced Human Embryology. Professor Mall. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 



128 Medical Department [ 852 

XIV. Advanced Neurology. Professor Sabin. Spring 
trimesters, forenoons. 

XV. Structure and Development of the Vascular 
System. Spring trimester. Dr. Evans. 

XVI. Original Investigation. Autumn, Winter and 
Spring trimesters, daily. 

graduate course 

Gross Anatomy. Dr. W. H. Lewis, Fall, Winter and 
Spring trimesters. Hours arranged with the instructor. 

Dissection, study of prepared specimens and of frozen 
sections. Fee f 25.00 per month. 

Physiology 

William H. Howell, M. D., Professor of Physiology. 
Donald R. Hooker, M. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Charles D. Snyder, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
William E. Burge, Ph. D., Instructor in Physiology. 

The course in physiology extends from January of the 
first year to January of the second year. By this ar- 
rangement of the course the student is enabled to make 
considerable progress in anatomy and histology before 
beginning his work in physiology. 

The work consists of a systematic course of lectures 
covering the subject of animal physiology, experimental 
work in the laboratory, demonstrations and recitations. 
The lectures are illustrated by experiments and demon- 
strations in the lecture room. Recitations are held upon 
the subject-matter covered by the lectures and laboratory 
work. 

The course as arranged for 1911-1912 is as follows : 

I. Physiology of Secretion, Digestion and Nutri- 
tion — 1911. Dr. Howell, twice weekly from October to 
January. Second year medical class. One-half unit. 

II. Laboratory Course in Experimental Physiol- 
ogy. Drs. Howell, Hooker, Snyder and Burge. Two 



853] Physiology 129 

mornings and two afternoons weekly during the first and 
the third trimesters. Half of the class takes this course 
in the third trimester of the first year, and the other half 
during the first trimester of the second year. This labora- 
tory course is arranged to occupy twelve hours a week 
for about twelve weeks. Two and one-half units. 

III. Physiology of Muscle and Nerve, Central 
Nervous System, and Special Sense — 1912. Dr. Howell, 
three times weekly during the second trimester. First 
year medical class. One-half unit. 

IV. Physiology op Blood, Circulation and Eespira- 
tion — 1912. Drs. Howell, Hooker and Snyder. Eecita- 
tions and Demonstrations. Twice weekly during the 
third trimester. First year medical class. One-half unit. 

In addition to the foregoing exercises, students are 
given opportunities to participate in the more advanced 
courses, intended primarily as graduate work. These 
courses are as follows : 

V. Journal Club. One hour weekly during the year. 
Those who participate in the work of this course are ex 
pected to report from time to time upon papers of physi- 
ological interest that may appear in current journals. 

VI. Physiological Seminary. One hour weekly dur- 
ing the year. The object of the Seminary work is to 
study carefully, by means of lectures or readings, some 
special part of physiology, the topics chosen varying each 
year. 

VII. Advanced Laboratory Course. This course is 
not limited as to time or amount of work except that 
assistance from the professor of physiology must be 
arranged for by definite engagements. The instruction is 
given individually and may involve undertaking a definite 
investigation. 



130 Medical Department [854 

Graduate Courses 

Physiology, Elementary. (Limited to four.) Labora- 
tory course in experimental physiology during either the 
first or third trimester. 

The work will consist in exercises in the various graphic 
methods used in physiology to study the properties of 
muscle and nerve and the circulatory and the respiratory 
organs. Fee $25.00. Apply to Professor W. H. Howell. 

Physiology, Advanced. (Limited to two). January to 
June 1. Professor W. H. Howell. 

Individual instruction will be given in the methods used 
in physiological demonstrations and research. Especial 
attention will be paid to the methods employed in the 
study of the circulation. Fee $50.00. 

Physiological Chemistry 

Walter Jones, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 
Eli K. Marshall, Jr., Ph. D., Assistant in Physiological Chem- 
istry. 

Instruction in this branch is given by laboratory work, 
lectures, demonstrations, and conferences of a less formal 
character. The work in the laboratory is conducted in 
two sections which meet in the third trimester of the first 
year, and in the first trimester of the second year re- 
spectively. The exercises are conducted on Tuesdays and 
Thursdays, from 10 to 1 in the morning, and from 2 to 5 
in the afternoon. 

I. Laboratory Work. Professor Jones and Dr. Mar 
shall. 

(a) A short preliminary course on the chemistry of 
various substances, such as proteids, which are usually 
not familiar to the students of pure chemistry but which 
should be understood in order that he may intelligently 
execute the work that follows. 

(6) A course of qualitative analysis in which some ex- 
amination is made of nearly every tissue and fluid of the 



855] Physiological Chemistry 131 

body. Blood, liver, milk (eolostroni), muscle, gastric 
juice, adipose tissue, bone and bile receive special atten- 
tion, and whenever material is available a study is made 
of pathological fluids and concretions. The order adopted 
in this consideration of the chemical topography of the 
body is arranged to emphasize so far as possible, the 
physiological chemical processes which are going on in 
the body. 

(c) A study of those physiological chemical processes 
that can be closely imitated outside the body, as the action 
of enzymes, salivary, pancreatic, and gastric digestion. 

(d) Class experiments. Demonstrations by the in- 
structor in which the entire class usually takes part. 

(e) Quantitative analysis. Determination of normal 
and pathological constituents of urine; analysis of milk, 
gastric juice, stomach-washing, air, water, and foods. An 
attempt is made here to familarize the student with the 
chemical technique required for metabolism experiments. 

(/) Examination of the faeces with special references 
to putrefactive processes. 

II. Conferences. Professor Jones and Dr. Marshall. 
Informal conferences are held at which the laboratory 
work is discussed and the progress and needs of the stu- 
dents are considered. Here also the late literature that 
bears directly on the work is reviewed. 

III. Lectures. Professor Jones. A brief survey of 
the entire province of physiological chemistry. Emphasis 
is given to that part of the subject which for obvious 
reasons must be omitted from a laboratory course. 

IV. Organic Chemistry. Dr. Marshall. An elective 
course consisting of two lectures a week during the first 
trimester. Thursday and Friday, 12 to 1 p. m. Two- 
fifths unit. 



132 Medical Department [856 

Graduate Courses 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary. March 15 to 
June 1, every afternoon. Professor Jones and Dr. 
Marshall. 

A limited number of physicians or others who have had 
the requisite preliminary training in chemistry will be 
received for the laboratory course and lectures given to 
the medical students. Fee f 25.00. 

Physiological Chemistry, Advanced. Professor Jones 
and Dr. Marshall. 

Those who have the necessary preliminary training and 
who desire to do work of a special character will be re- 
ceived at any time during the academic year. Fee f 50.00, 
for the entire year. 

Pharmacology and Practical Therapeutics. 

Toxicology and Pharmacy. 

John J. Abel, M. D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Carl Voegtlin, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 

Leonard G. Rowntree, M. D., Associate in Experimental Thera- 
peutics. 

Thomas McCrae, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine and 
Clinical Therapeutics. 

Alfred R. L. Dohme, Ph. D., Instructor in Pharmacy. 

I. Pharmacology. An elective course in this subject 
occupying one afternoon a week is offered in the second 
trimester of the year. The physiological action of a se- 
lected list of drugs and poisons is made the subject of this 
course and the afternoon's work, performed by the stu- 
dent under the immediate supervision of the instructor, is 
preceded by brief statements of the significance and bear- 
ing of the experiment in hand. The aim of this course is 
to give a clear idea of the general principles and of the 
more important phenomena involved in the study of phar- 
macology. 



857] Pharmacology and Therapeutics 133 

During the second trimester a course of lectures with 
demonstrations and recitations covering the subject of 
pharmacology is given from 9 to 10 a. m. five days of the 
week. It is the purpose of this course to treat, the sub- 
ject in a manner adapted to the needs of the medical stu- 
dent. As this course requires much outside reading it 
will be estimated at one and two-fifths units. 

II. Therapeutics. Dr. Thomas McCrae and Dr. Leon- 
ard G. Rowntree. The course extends through the third 
and fourth years. It consists of practical demonstra- 
tions as far as possible. 

In the third year the course consists largely of the 
study of methods. Practical therapeutic measures, such 
as hydrotherapy, bleeding, etc., are demonstrated. The 
various groups of medicines, for example diuretics, are 
taken up and their indications discussed. In the fourth 
year the work is a continuation of that in the third year. 
The general care of patients in the treatment of special 
diseases is considered. The diets of patients and the 
methods of preparing the simpler foods are described. 
As far as possible the work is practical and is given in 
connection with the course in general medicine, so that 
the study of treatment goes along with the regular clini- 
cal work. 

III. Toxicology. An elective laboratory course in this 
subject is offered in the second trimester. The course oc- 
cupies one afternoon a week during the trimester and 
deals with the subjects both from the chemical and medi- 
cal points of view. 

IV. Pharmacy. Pharmacy is treated by a special in- 
structor, Dr. A. R. L. Dohme, in a course of demonstra- 
tions and lectures, once weekly for three months. Weights 
and measures, incompatibles, special points relating to 
prescriptions and the official pharmacopceial prepara- 
tions are fully dealt with. The more important prepara- 
tions are made before the class. 



134 Medical Department [858 

V. Practical Course in Pharmacy. Dr. A. K. L. 
Dohme. An elective course designed especially for stu- 
dents in the third year. Friday afternoons, 2 to 4.30. 
Second trimester. All typical pharmacopoeial prepara- 
tions are made and all typical prescriptions are com- 
pounded by each student. One-half unit. 

Graduate Course 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Ad- 
vanced. Professor J. J. Abel and Drs. Voegtlin and 
Kowntree. 

Those who have had the necessary preliminary training 
and who desire to do work of a special character will be 
received at any time during the academic year. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 

William H. Welch, M. D., Professor of Pathology. 

William W. Ford, M. D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and 

Bacteriology. 
George H. Whipple, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Milton C. Winternitz, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
John H. King, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Fred. B. Bowman, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Lloyd P. Shippen, M. D., Assistant in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 
John T. MacCurdy, M. D., Fellow in Pathology. 

General and special pathological anatomy and histol 
ogy, general pathology, and bacteriology are taught by 
laboratory work, demonstrations, recitations and lectures. 
The courses in pathology come in the first and second tri- 
mesters of the second year; those in bacteriology in the 
third trimester of the first year. The laboratory work 
occupies three half-days a week. 

I. The Conduct of Autopsies. Drs. Whipple, Winter- 
nitz, King and Sprunt. The autopsies are made in the 
Pathological building and are witnessed by the students 
of the second, third and fourth years. Students are per- 



859] Pathology and Bacteriology 135 

mitted to assist at post-mortem examinations and are 
instructed in the methods of making such examinations 
and of recording the results in proper protocols. 

II. Demonstrations in Gross Morbid Anatomy. Drs. 
Whipple, Winternitz, King and Sprunt, 12-1, twice a week 
throughout the year. The gross morbid specimens, col- 
lected during the week, are demonstrated to students of 
the second year. In addition, fresh and museum speci- 
mens are exhibited in the course in pathological histology 
to illustrate the macroscopical appearances of the morbid 
conditions studied by the microscope. 

III. Bacteriology. Professor Welch, Professor Ford 
and Dr. Shippen, third trimester (March 15 to June 1), 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, first year class. 
This is a practical laboratory course in which the students 
become familiar with the preparation of culture media, 
the principles of sterilization and disinfection, the meth- 
ods of cultivating, staining, and studying bacteria, the 
biological examination of air, water, and soil, and the 
important species of pathogenic micro-organisms. The 
hygienic as well as the pathological relations of bacteri- 
ology are considered. 

IV. Lectures on Infection and Immunity. Profes- 
sor Welch, Wednesdays and Fridays, 2 to 3, third trimes- 
ter, first year class. During the months of practical work 
in bacteriology lectures are given devoted mainly to the 
consideration of subjects pertaining to infection and 
immunity. 

V. General Pathology, Pathological Anatomy and 
Pathological Histology. Professor Welch, Professor 
Whipple and Drs. Winternitz, King and Sprunt. Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday afternoons, 2 to 5, during the 
first and second trimesters, second year class. The sub- 
jects are covered, as far as practicable, by demonstrations, 
lectures and laboratory work. Pathological histology is 
taught as a part of pathological anatomy, the description 



136 Medical Department [860 

and demonstration of gross lesions being followed by their 
microscopical examination. 

VI. Kecitations. Professor Welch, Mondays at 12, 
throughout the year. Weekly recitations cover the work 
done by the students of the first and of the second years 
in their laboratory exercises, in bacteriology and in path- 
ology, as well as subjects treated in lectures and those 
reserved more especially for text-book study. 

VII. Laboratory Course in Hygiene. (Elective). 
An elective laboratory course in hygiene is offered to 

students who have completed adequate courses in bacteri- 
ology. It occupies two half days a week and consists of 
chemical and bacteriological examinations of water, milk 
and sewage. In addition weekly inspections are made of 
water supplies, sewage disposal plants, filtration plants 
and model dairies in the vicinity of Baltimore. (For de- 
tails, see p. ) . 

VIII. Advanced Work and Special Research. Oppor- 
tunity is afforded to those suitably trained to pursue 
advanced work and special research in pathological anat- 
omy and histology, experimental pathology, and bacteri- 
ology. For these purposes the pathological laboratory is 
equipped with the necessary apparatus and material. 

Experimental Pathology 

George H. Whipple, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
John H. King, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 

The department of experimental pathology has been es- 
tablished, on the basis of courses already given, for the 
purpose of giving instruction concerning the abnormal ac- 
tivities of organs which result from pathological lesions. 
The work is thus largely experimental and obviously 
closely allied to clinical medicine, but inasmuch as the 
diseased conditions studied are under complete control 
far greater opportunity is afforded for their detailed in- 
vestigation. 



861] Experimental Pathology 137 

The field is so large that only a portion of it is taken 
np each year and during the second trimester of 1911-1912 
the glands of internal secretion will be studied. The 
course will consist of lectures, experiments and anatom- 
ical and chemical demonstrations given from January 1 
to March 15, on Thursdays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

The various mechanical, chemical and metabolic dis- 
turbances which are caused by injury to or removal of the 
ductless glands will be studied. The important and close 
relationship of these glands to each other will be inves- 
tigated. The chemical and metabolic changes will be 
studied with especial care. 

The course is open to all students after the completion 
of the first year, but only a limited number can be accom- 
modated. It is especially desired that the students taking 
this course may proceed with the independent investi- 
gation of difficulties and problems met with in the course. 
Facilities for this work will be available during the en- 
tire year. 

Koom is available for a limited number of advanced 
workers who desire to investigate problems in experi- 
mental pathology. 

Graduate Courses 

Pathology. A limited number of physicians will be 
received during the year in the courses in bacteriology 
and pathology. Fee for the entire year f 50.00, fee for 
half year $25.00. Apply to Professor W. H. Welch. 

Pathology, Elementary, Prof. G. H. Whipple, May 1 
to July 1. (Limited to ten.) Three afternoons a week. 
Lecture and laboratory exercises in general pathological 
histology. 

This course. will not be given if less than five register. 
Applications must be received before April 15. Fee f 50.00. 

Hygiene. Dr. W. W. Ford. A limited number of grad- 
uates is admitted to the laboratory course in Hygiene. 
Fee $50.00. 



138 Medical Department [SG2 



Medicine (Including Work in the Clinical 
Laboratories) 

Lewellys F. Barker, M. D., Professor of Medicine. 
William S. Thayer, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas B. Futcher, M. B., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Thomas McCrae, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Thomas R. Boggs, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Frank R. Smith, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Louis P. Hamburger, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Thomas R. Brown, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Louis V. Hamman, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Arthur D. Hirschfelder, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
William L. Moss, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Frank J. Sladen, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Jacob Hall Pleasants, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Joseph A. Chatard, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
John A. Luetscher, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Henry Lee Smith, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles W. Larned, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Samuel Wolman, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Harry S. Greenbaum, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Paul W. Clough, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Clyde Graeme Guthrie, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Eugene J. Leopold, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
David I. Macht, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
George S. Bond, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
John T. Sample, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Charles R. Austrian, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
W T alter A. Baetjer, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Trigant Burrow, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Martin F. Sloan, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Maxwell Ross, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Ralph H. Major, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Sydney R. Miller, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Helen Watson, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the clinical labora- 
tories, in the wards and in the clinical amphitheatre. In 
place of systematic didactic teaching there has been intro- 
duced a plan of practical instruction by which the student 
is brought directly in contact with the patients, and 



863] Medicine 139 

taught from the outset how to recognize and treat disease 
as it occurs in nature, not in books. 

A. Primarily for Students of the Second Year. 

Introduction to the Study of Clinical Medicine. 
Lecture course by Professor Barker. This course will 
deal especially with "The Art of Examining Patients." 

1. Elementary Physical Diagnosis. Drs. Futcher 
and McCrae, assisted by Drs. Chatard, Larned, H. L. 
Smith and Greenbaum, after March fifteenth, Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10 a. m. 

This course consists of a demonstration and practical 
exercises illustrating the simpler methods of physical ex- 
ploration of the normal organs of the chest and abdomen, 
especial attention being paid to topographical percussion. 

In connection with this course a series of demonstra- 
tions to illustrate the surface and other relationships of 
the thoracic and abdominal viscera will be given on the 
cadaver. 

Medical Physiology. Dr. Hirschfelder. Lectures and 
demonstrations on man and animals, introductory to the 
study of clinical medicine. Mondays, 2-5 p. m. Third 
trimester. 

B. Primarily for Students of the Third Year. 

2. General Physical Diagnosis. In sections, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10-12. 

The course is in charge of Associate Professor Futcher 
with the assistance of Associate Professors McCrae and 
Boggs, Drs. F. R. Smith, Brown, Hamburger, Hamman, 
Pleasants, Leutscher, Chatard, H. L. Smith, Larned, 
Greenbaum, Wolman, Leopold, Macht and Sloan. 

a. In the first half-year, practical and demonstrative 
exercises in history-taking and physical diagnosis of dis- 
eases of the chest are held. 



140 Medical Department [864 

The class is divided into groups comprising five or six 
students. Each section has two exercises of two hours a 
Week. The exercises are held in the dispensary and con- 
sist in the practical study of the physical signs of diseases 
of the heart and lungs. 

During the first half of the year, on four days of the 
week, a quarter of the class in rotation spends two hours 
in the dispensary getting practical instruction in history 
taking. 

b. In the second half-year: 

ha. Dispensary practice. During the second half-year 
the students take part in the regular dispensary practice. 
Each case coming to the dispensary is assigned to a stu- 
dent who takes the history, makes the physical examina- 
tion and reports to one of the instructors who reviews his 
work. Each section has one exercise of two hours a week. 

After March 15, the third-year students will obtain 
practical instruction in physical diagnosis at City Hos- 
pital and Bay View. This work will be under the direc- 
tion of Associate Professor Boggs with a corps of 
assistants. 

bb. Practical demonstrative exercises in physical 
diagnosis of diseases of the abdomen. The class is divided 
into four sections, each section having one exercise of two 
hours a week. 

c. Weekly recitations on physical diagnosis, on Fri- 
days, 11-12 m. The entire third year class meets As- 
sociate Professor Futcher once a week for an hour's 
recitation. In this exercise the ground passed over in 
courses 1 and 2 is covered in a systematic manner. 

3. Weekly Kecitations on General Medicine. Tues- 
days, 4.30 to 5.30, October to January 1; Wednesdays, 
4.30 to 5.30 p. m., January 1 to June 1. The subjects are 
assigned and the recitations conducted by the Besident 
Physician, Dr. Sladen. 

4. General Symptomatology of Disease. Professor 
Barker, Professor Thayer and Associate Professor 



865] Medicine 141 

Futcher. At twelve o'clock on Monday, Wednesday and 
Thursday, the students of the third year meet for a 
general clinic in the medical amphitheatre. The students 
in rotation examine selected cases. The teaching consists 
in (a) thorough consideration of the clinical features of 
the case; (&) brief discussion of the symptoms; (c) re- 
ports by each student upon the case which he examines 
and whose further progress he follows either by personal 
visits outside or, if the patient is admitted to the Hos- 
pital, by observation in the wards; (d) on the last class 
day of each month a clinical "round-up," when the stu- 
dent, whose turn it happens to be, reports on the work 
of the month; (e) short papers on definite themes given 
to the students and relating to subjects which come up 
in the course of the examination of patients. 

5. Summer Work in Dispensary. After the comple- 
tion of the third year the students have an opportunity 
to assist in the dispensary during the summer months. 
Dr. T. B. Futcher arranges the rotation of the groups and 
with the other members of the department gives instruc- 
tion in the method of taking histories and making exami- 
nations. 

6. Laboratory Diagnosis. Dr. Guthrie, assisted by 
Dr. Miller, conducts throughout the session, during two 
afternoons of the week, a class in microscopical and 
chemical diagnosis. The course is a systematic one in 
which the students are trained in the methods of exam- 
ining blood, sputum, gastric contents, urine, faeces, etc. 
Considerable work is required outside the regular class 
hours. The required course extends from October to 
March 15. 

One of the large rooms of the clinical laboratory is 
devoted exclusively to the third year students. Each 
student has his own place in the laboratory with locker, 
microscope, reagents, etc. 



142 Medical Department 

7. Advanced Work in Laboratory Diagnosis. An 
elective course in the third trimester. Two afternoons a 

week for one-luilf trimester. Dr. Guthrie. 

8. The Saturday Climc. On Saturday al 12 the third 
year students meet with those of the fourth year for Pro- 
fessor Barker's clinic in the medical amphitheatre of the 

Hospital. Cases of especial interest are shown and dis- 
cussed. 

9. Clinical and Pathological Conference. On Fri- 
day at 4.30 p. m., a clinical and pathological conference 
is held by Professor Thayer and Dr. Whipple, to which 
the third year students are invited. This is set forth in 
the description of the fourth year work. 

10. Clinical Work at Bay View, third trimester. 
Dr. Boggs, assisted by Dr. W. A. Baetjer. 

C. Primarily for Students of the Fourth Year 

The students are divided into three equal groups, each 
group serving for three months successively in the med- 
ical, surgical, and elective divisions of the Hospital, and 
in attendance upon the special departments of the dis- 
pensary. 

11. Ward Work. Of the three groups into which the 
class is divided the members of a medical group serve for 
three months as clinical clerks in the medical wards of 
the Hospital. A certain number of beds is assigned to 
each student, wiio takes the history of new cases, keeps 
the notes, and, under the guidance and direction of the 
medical staff, makes the necessary examinations. The 
clinical clerks have access to the wards from 8 a. m. to 
6 p. in. They accompany the professors in the ward visits, 
read the histories of new cases, are questioned as to the 
results of their examinations, and receive special instruc- 
tion. 

Each student during the trimester, in addition to the 
ordinary routine work, is encouraged to make studies 



867] Medicine 143 

with some especial method and to make a report of his 
experiences with it. 

12. Ward Classes. Forenoons the ward visits are 
made on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by Professors 
Barker and Thayer, and on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day by Dr. Sladen, the Kesident Physician. The mem- 
bers of the class are taught the methods of examination, 
the progress of the cases is followed, and instruction is 
given in the methods of treatment. 

13. The Saturday Clinic. At 12 o'clock on Saturdays 
the fourth year students attend a general medical clinic 
given by Professor Barker in the amphitheatre. The 
clinical clerks read the histories of the new cases brought 
before the class and report on the progress of cases pre- 
viously shown. 

14. Laboratory Diagnosis. A large room of the clin- 
ical laboratory is devoted exclusively to the fourth year 
class. Here each student has a place with microscope, 
reagents, etc., throughout the session and can engage in 
any special work. 

15. Clinical and Pathological Conference. On Fri- 
day at 4.30, a clinical and pathological conference is held 
throughout the academic year by Professor Thayer and 
Dr. Whipple in the Pathological Laboratory. Abstracts 
of the histories of the fatal cases with the differential 
diagnosis made before the autopsy are read. The speci- 
mens from the autopsy are then demonstrated, after which 
there is a general discussion of the case. 

16. Nature of Infection and Immunity. Lectures 
and demonstrations. Two hours per week. Second tri- 
mester. Dr. Clough. 

17. Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious 
Diseases. (Physicians and students of third and fourth 
year.) Laboratory exercises, two afternoons per week. 
Second trimester. Dr. Clough. 

18. Medical Bacteriology. Drs. Austrian and Major. 



144 Medical Department [868 

This elective course is open to a limited number of 
members of the Medical Section, each trimester. A lec- 
ture and demonstration will be given once a week, 2.00 to 
3.00 p. m., Tuesday. At suitable times during the week 
opportunity will be given to a small number to do under 
supervision the bacteriology of the wards. In this way 
practical work is possible in blood cultures, agglutinative 
and other serum tests, cultures from throat, sputum, 
urine, stool, pleural and pericardial effusions, fluids from 
the peritoneal cavity and joints, and cerebro-spinal fluids. 

19. Elementary Course in the Phipps Dispensary 
for Tuberculosis. Drs. Wolman and Austrian. First 
trimester. Two days a week, 10-12. (Any morning except 
Tuesday or Friday.) Elective coursfe. Limited to four 
students. 

20. Advanced Course in the Phipps Dispensary for 
Tuberculosis. Drs. Hamman, Wolman and Austrian. 
Third trimester. Elective Course. Limited to four 
students. 

(a) Clinical portion Tuesdays and Fridays, 10-12 m. 

(b) Laboratory portion two afternoons a week from 
2-5 p. m. 

(c) Seminary, one hour a week, Fridays from 4-5 p. m. 

21. Extramural Course in the Study op Tubercu- 
losis. Dr. Gordon Wilson. 

22. Diseases of Stomach and Intestines. Elective 
course. One lecture per week. Tuesday, 12-1. First 
trimester. Dr. Brown. (Not to be given in 1911-1912.) 

23. Physical Diagnosis. A study of the ordinary 
methods as compared with methods using instruments of 
precision. Drs. Hirschfelder and Bond. Two hours per 
week. (Time to be announced.) 

24. Diagnosis and Treatment of Some Minor Ail- 
ments. Elective course. One hour a week. Tuesday, 
12-1. Third trimester. Dr. Hamburger. 

25. The Symptomatology and Treatment of Diseases 
of the Ductless Glands. Elective course. One hour a 



869] Medicine 145 

week. Second trimester. Monday, 12-1. Associate Pro- 
fessor Futcker. 

26. Medical Aspects of Joint Diseases. Elective 
course. One hour a week. Second trimester. Tuesday, 
12-1. Associate Professor McCrae. 

27. Clinic in Pulmonary Diseases. Elective course. 
One hour a week. Monday, 12-1. Third trimester. Dr. 
Hamman. 

28. Advanced Work and Research in Inner Medicine. 
Students of the third and fourth years may, if well 
fitted for it, and with the permission of Professor Barker, 
undertake advanced work and research in internal medi- 
cine (see below, Medicine, Advanced Work and Research 
as opposed to graduate students.) 

graduate courses 
University Courses 

These courses are of two kinds, elementary and ad- 
vanced. The elementary course will cover the subject as 
usually given to undergraduates in medicine and the work 
may be done with the medical classes. The advanced 
courses will be given only to those who are prepared to 
undertake special studies, and the work will be done under 
the personal supervision of the instructor in charge of the 
course. 

Medicine, Elementary. A limited number of physicians 
will be admitted to the regular class exercise in this sub- 
ject, including ward rounds, clinics, and the work in the 
clinical laboratory. Fee f 100.00 for the entire year; 
$50.00 for a half-year. Applications should be made to 
Professor Barker. 

Medicine, Advanced Work and Research. Physicians 
properly trained in fundamental methods will be given 
opportunities for clinical and experimental investigation. 
The clinical material of the wards and dispensaries as 



146 Medical Department [870 

well as the facilities of the clinical laboratories is avail- 
able for such work. On application to Professor Barker 
and presentation of evidence of fitness to undertake 
advanced work or research investigations may be carried 
on in (1) the wards or dispensary (Dr. Sladen, Kesident 
Physician), (2) the general clinical laboratory (Dr. 
Guthrie in charge), (3) the biological division of the 
medical laboratory (Dr. Clough in charge), (4) the physio- 
logical division of the medical laboratory (Dr. Hirsch- 
f elder in charge), or (5) the bio-chemical division of the 
medical laboratory. Opportunities are offered for special 
studies in clinical observation and in experimental pa- 
thology and therapy, especially in (a) the bacteriology and 
biology of the infectious processes, (&) the graphic regis- 
tration of the phenomena of disease, and other applica- 
tions of physiological methods to the solution of unsolved 
problems of etiology, diagnosis and therapy arising at the 
bedside, and (c) the application of chemical methods to 
the elucidation of metabolic problems. The advice and 
assistance of the professorial staff (Drs. Barker, Thayer, 
Futcher and McCrae) are always available to those under- 
taking original work in the department. Fee $50.00 for 
the year. 

Special Courses 

Medicine. Drs. T. McCrae, F. J. Sladen and C. G. 
Guthrie, June 1 to July 1. (Limited to twenty.) Fee 
$100.00. 

This course will not be given if less than eight register. 
Applications for this course must be sent in not later 
than May 10. 

The whole material of the medical service will be avail- 
able for this class. Special attention will be given to the 
study of the general methods used in the clinic. 

The course consists of : 

I. Ward Rounds. From 9 to 11 daily, in which the 
teaching is entirelv clinical. Drs. McCrae and Sladen. 



871] Medicine 147 

II. Physical Diagnosis. The general methods of diag- 
nosis will be taken up and special attention given to 
diseases of the thoracic and abdominal organs. At least 
five hours a week are devoted to this. 

III. Clinical Microscopy and Medical Bacteriology. 
Dr. Guthrie, three afternoons — nine hours a week. This 
course consists of lectures, demonstrations and especially 
of practical work. All of the available specimens of 
blood, urine, sputum, gastric contents and stools are 
studied. The ordinary methods of clinical bacteriology 
will be demonstrated. (This course is not limited.) 

Serum Diagnosis. Drs. Clough and Austrian. Begin- 
ning June 1st, a four-weeks' course for physicians will be 
given in the laboratory of the Medical Clinic of the Johns 
Hopkins University and Hospital on methods of serum 
diagnosis, with special reference to the Wassermann and 
Widal and other immunity reactions. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and practical laboratory 
work. 

Course limited to ten, preference given to those with 
previous experience. The course will not be given to less 
than six physicians. Application should be made before 
May 25. Fee, $50.00. 

Percussion and Ausculation. Dr. Louis Hamman. 
June 1st to July 1st. Limited to six. Fee, $60.00. The 
course will not be given if less than four apply. The course 
will consist in a demonstration of the changes in physical 
signs accompanying disease of the thoracic organs. It is 
to be emphasized that the object of the course is not to 
give clinical instruction in diseases of the lungs and 
heart, but to point out the physical changes that such 
diseases produce and give the student an opportunity 
to familiarize himself with the commoner methods of 
detecting these changes. It is aimed to make the course 
entirely practical. After a few preliminary demonstra- 



148 Medical Department [872 

tions the students will be given cases to examine and their 
results be then controlled. No lectures will be given. 

The course will comprise five exercises a week on Mon- 
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 
a. m. to 1 p. m. An invitation will be extended to those 
desiring it to spend Saturday mornings in assisting in the 
routine work of the tuberculosis clinic. 



873] Surgery 149 



Surgery 

William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 

John M. T. Finney, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Harvey Gushing, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Hugh H. Young, M. D., Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary 

Surgery. 
William S. Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
George Walker, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Richard H. Follis, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D., Associate in Surgery, in Charge of 

Actinographic Department. 
John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Charles M. Remsen, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
N. E. B. Iglehart, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Omar B. Pancoast, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
William A. Fisher, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
J. Staige Davis, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
Bertram M. Bernheim, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Samuel J. Crowe, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Conrad Jacobson, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Howard E. Ashbury, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the wards and 
operating rooms of the Hospital, in the clinical laboratory 
and in the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medi- 
cine. 

An elective course is given in the third trimester of the 
second year, the object of which is to familiarize the stu- 
dents by means of demonstrations and practical exercises 
with certain points in surgical technique. 

The principal subjects of the third year are the general 
principles of surgery, surgical diagnosis, surgical path- 
ology and operative surgery. 

I. Clinics. A weekly clinic is given by Professor 
Halsted for students in the third and fourth years. 



150 Medical Department [874 

Two clinics weekly are given by Professor Finney for 
the third year class. 

II. Minor Surgery. Professor Finney, with the as- 
sistance of Dr. Follis, Dr. Walker and Dr. Iglehart. 
Twice weekly, in sections, in the dispensary. 

III. Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Professor 
Bloodgood, Wednesday, 2-4.30, entire year, whole class. 
Friday, elective course, 24.30 p. m. See special announce- 
ment for elective courses, third and fourth years. 

IV. Operative Surgery. Professor Cushing. Elect- 
ive, once weekly from October to May. A five-hour 
exercise given to successive sections in the Hunterian 
laboratory. 

V. Recitations. A weekly recitation upon assigned 
subjects is held by Dr. Follis. 

The work of the fourth year consists of: 

I. Ward Work. The members of each of the three 
groups, into which the class of the fourth year is divided, 
serve for three months in the surgical wards of the Hos- 
pital. During this service they take the histories of cases 
and act as surgical dressers. They witness and assist at 
operations and have practice in operative surgery. 

II. Ward Classes. The students make the morning 
and other visits to the wards, where they receive bedside 
instruction. 

III. Clinics. A weekly clinic, by Professor Halsted, 
Friday, 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

IV. Surgical Operating Koom. To each group of 
fourth-year students the privileges of the private oper- 
ating room are extended for three months. Operations 
take place, as a rule, daily in this room. 

V. Surgery of the Nervous System. Professor 
Cushing. A weekly ward visit, clinic or lecture, with 
opportunities for seeing and assisting at neurological 
operations. 

VI. Genito-Urinary Surgery. Professor Young. (For 
details, see page 159.) 



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VII. Kecitations. Professor Bloodgood. Tuesday, 

11 to 12 m. (entire group). 

VIII. Orthopedic Surgery. Professor Baer. (For 
details, see p. 163.) 

GRADUATE COURSES 

Special Courses 

Surgical Pathology. Professor J. C. Bloodgood. 

Graduate physicians can enter the Surgical Patho- 
logical Laboratory at any time for special instruction 
in Surgical Diagnosis and in the technique of frozen 
sections and the preparation of Kaiserlin specimens. 
The work is so arranged that they can spend all or half 
of the entire time of each day. The fee is $100. 

Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. W. S. Baer, May 15 to July 
15. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 to 

12 m. (Limited to ten.) Fee, $50. 

A course will be given in the Orthopedic Dispensary 
from 10 to 12 m. on the days noted, in which the students 
will be given practical work in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of orthopedic affections. Ward rounds covering 
this class of cases will be made from 9 to 12 on Monday 
mornings. Special opportunities as they occur at this 
and other hospitals will be announced during the course, 
so that students may be able to witness orthopedic oper- 
ations. 

Genito-Urinary Surgery. Dr. H. H. Young. Fee, 
$100. 

A limited number of graduates will be taken for special 
work in Genito-Urinary Surgery. The course will include 
clinical and laboratory work, and the student is expected 
to give his entire time, or most of it, to the department, 
and to enter for six months or more. Besearch studies 
will be encouraged. 



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X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics. Dr. F. EL 
Baetjer. This course is given three times during the year, 
as follows: Course I, October 15 to December 15; Course 
II, January 15 to March 15; Course III, April 15 to 
June 15. (Limited to five in each course.) Fee for each 
course, $50. 

Each course will consist of daily demonstrations from 
11 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., and the aim of the course is to 
give a practical knowledge of the construction and manip- 
ulation of the X-ray apparatus, and its use in diagnosis 
and treatment. 



Obstetrics 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

J. Morris Slemons, M. D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Karl M. Wilson, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

John M. Bergland, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Solon A. Dodds, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Henry A. Stephenson, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

The instruction in Obstetrics is given in the third and 
fourth years. The third year work is obligatory and 
must be taken by all students, while that of the fourth 
year is elective. 

THIRD YEAR 

In this year five hours a week are devoted to the sub- 
ject, and the time is divided as follows : 

I. Kecitations or Exercises with the Manikin. 
Thrice weekly throughout the year. In the former the 
general principles of obstetrics are considered, while in 
the latter, which are interspersed between the recitations, 
the technique of obstetrical examination and the various 
operative procedures is taught. 

II. Practical Instruction. This includes the deliv- 
ery of a limited number of patients in the ward, the ex- 



877] Obstetrics 153 

animation of pregnant women, pelvimetry, as well as the 
technique of the care of the woman and child after 
delivery. 

III. Ward classes to groups, twice weekly throughout 
the year. 

IV. Elective laboratory courses will be given by Drs. 
Slemons and Bergland on Friday afternoons from 2 to 
4.30, during each of the first two trimesters. In these 
practical instruction is given in the anatomy and his- 
tology of the generative organs, as well as in the pa- 
thology of the various diseases of pregnancy, labor and 
the puerperal state. 

FOURTH YEAR 

During this year the work is arranged in trimesters 
and is elective. Classes are held on Tuesday, Thursday 
and Friday from 9 to 12 o'clock, and patients are de- 
livered as they fall into labor. Each practical course 
will be limited to ten students, and the work will be 
divided as follows: 

I. Delivery of patients in the ward and out-patient 
service and opportunity to witness all operations per- 
formed in the department. 

II. Ward and nursery rounds. 

III. Ante- and post-partum examination of patients. 

IV. Obstetrical Seminary. 

V. Practical instruction in contracted pelves. 

VI. A practical and laboratory course on the meta- 
bolism of pregnancy and its abnormalities. 

VII. A practical and laboratory course on the dis- 
eases and feeding of the newly born child. 

VIII. Obstetrical pathology (elective). Drs. Slemons 
and Bergland. 

A credit of V/ 2 units will be allowed for the regular 
class work, and an additional unit to such students as 
may deliver 10 or more patients in the out-door service. 



154 Medical Department [878 

GRADUATE COURSE 

University Course 

Obstetrics, Advanced. A limited number of physicians 
will be received for advanced instruction during the 
academic year. Those intending to enter upon this work 
should apply to Professor Williams stating the character 
of the work they desire and their qualifications for under- 
taking it. 

Gynecology 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D., Professor of Gynecology. 

William W. Russell, M. D., Associate Professor of Gynecology. 

Thomas S. Cullen, M. B., Associate Professor of Gynecology. 

Guy L. Hunner, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Elizabeth Hurdon, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Curtis F. Burnam, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

John A. Sperry, M. D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Flora Pollack, M. D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Gynecological instruction is given to third and fourth 
year students and also in part to graduates. 

The courses of the third year are obligatory to the 
entire third year class, while the courses of the fourth 
year are elective. 

The third year course consists of: 

1. Gynecological diagnosis. One hour a week for four 
months, for each section, for physical examinations and 
demonstrations in the operating room. Dr. Kussell. 

2. A lecture, pathological demonstration, or recitation 
once a week throughout the year. Drs. Russell, Cullen, 
Hunner and Hurdon. 

The fourth year courses are: 

1. Ward Bounds twice a week, bed-side instruction 
and demonstrations. Professor Cullen. 



879] Gynecology 155 

2. A limited number of students are allowed to assist 
in the work of the dispensary under the charge of Drs. 
Sperry and Pollack. 2.30 to 4.30 p. m., daily. 

3. Practical Cystoscopy in women is taught from 2.30 
to 4.30 p. m., three days a week by Drs. Hunner and 
Burnam. The number taking the course is limited. 

4. A major course, including ward rounds, examina- 
tions of etherized patients, opportunity to see operations 
and learn operating room technique, lectures, demonstra- 
tions and recitations, is offered to each section of the 
fourth year class in turn. Professors Kelly and Cullen 
and Dr. Burnam. 

5. A special course in Gynecological Pathology 
limited to fourth year students. Professor Cullen and 
Dr. Hurdon. 

6. Lectures in gynecological physiology and patho- 
logical physiology for fourth year students. Dr. Burnam. 

7. Graduates in medicine are welcomed at all the 
regular clinics throughout the year upon presenting their 
cards. 

8. Gynecological Pathology. This embraces a thor- 
ough study of all diseases of the pelvic structures. 
Special attention is given to the examination of scra- 
pings. Professor Cullen and Dr. Hurdon. 

9. Cystoscopic Examinations. (Limited to six.) 
Fifteen clinics covering the entire subject of diseases 

of the urinary tract in women. Demonstrations of the 
newer instruments used in urinary work. This course is 
for beginners in cystoscopy. Dr. G. L. Hunner. 

GRADUATE COURSES 

University Course 

Gynecological Pathology, Elementary, (Limited to 
live students.) Drs. T. S. Cullen and E. Hurdon. 

The work in this course begins October 1 and extends 
through one trimester. The class meets Tuesday after- 



156 Medical Department [880 

noons, 2 to 4.30 p. m. Fee $50.00. Applications for this 
course should be sent to the Registrar not later than 
September 15. 

Special Courses 

Gynecological Pathology. Dr. T. S. Cullen or Dr. E. 
Hurdon, during March and April, Tuesday, 2 to 4.30 p. m., 
pathological laboratory. (Limited to ten.) Fee $50.00. 

A course in the diagnosis of uterine scrapings. All 
pathological conditions of the cervix and body of the 
uterus that could be mistaken for cancer are discussed, 
and special consideration is given to the early diagnosis 
of cancer of the uterus. The methods of obtaining and 
examining pieces of uterine tissue are given in detail. 

Cystoscopic Examinations. Drs. G. L. Hunner and 
C. F. Burnam, Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 4 p. m. May 9 
to June 29, inclusive. (Limited to six.) Fee $50.00. 

Fifteen clinics covering the entire subject of diseases 
of the urinary tract in woman. Demonstrations of the 
newer instruments used in ordinary work. This course 
is for beginners in cystoscopy. 

Gynecology. This commences May 15 and ends July 
1st. Operative clinics will be given daily except Friday. 
This will be conducted by Drs. Kelly, Eussell, T. S. Cullen 
and the resident gynecologist. Between operations the 
various cases will be thoroughly discussed. Two mornings 
a week the members of the group will be allowed to make 
ether examinations. Ward rounds will be made twice 
weekly from nine to ten. These will include the discus- 
sion of the differential diagnosis, preparations for opera- 
tion, post-operative treatment, post-operative complica- 
tions. Each afternoon from two to four one member of 
the group will assist the dispensary staff. Here history 
taking, pelvic and abdominal examinations without anaes- 
thesia and medical gynecology will be discussed. Course 
limited to twelve. Fee $50.00. 



881] Dermatology 157 

Dermatology 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
J. Williams Lord, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
Edgar R. Strobel, M. D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Isaac R. Pels, M. D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

The instruction in this department consists in the fol- 
lowing elective courses offered to students in the fourth 
year : 

Minor Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary, 2 to 3.30 p. m., for 
one-half trimester or alternate days during one whole 
trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays at 3.30 to 
4.30 p. m. 

Major Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary from 2 to 4.30 p. m. 
through one trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays, 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m. throughout the year. 

III. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of 
the common cutaneous diseases. 

IV. Opportunities are given to do research work. 

graduate course 

Special Course 

Dermatology. An opportunity is given to obtain prac- 
tical instruction in dermatology during the academic 
session. 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily, 2 to 4 p. m., 
for one or more trimesters. 

II. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. Fees on application. 



158 Medical Department [882 

Diseases of Children 

William D. Booker, M. D., Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pedi- 
atrics. 
Samuel Amberg, M. D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
J. H. M. Knox, Ph. D., M. D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Richard A. Urquhart, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

The instruction consists in the following elective 
courses offered during the fourth year. 

Minor Course 

I. A weekly clinic, or lecture, Monday, 12 to 1, for one 
trimester. 

II. Daily work in the dispensary, 10 to 12 m., for one- 
half of a trimester or alternate days for one whole tri- 
mester, for each section. Students are required to act 
as clinical clerks and to discuss the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of patients assigned to them. Cases of special in- 
terest are presented to all the students of the section for 
examination. 

Major Course 

I. Weekly clinic or lecture, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. m., 
throughout the year. 

II. Daily work in the dispensary, 10 a. m. to 12 m., for 
one trimester. 

Course on Feeding of Infants. An elective course on 
Infant feeding, Dr. S. Amberg. Wednesdays, 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m., during first trimester. 

GRADUATE COURSE 

Special Course 

Pediatrics. Dr. S. Amberg, June 1 to July 1, daily 
from 11 to 12, Dispensary. (Limited to eight.) Fee 

$50.00. 



883] Special Departments 159 

The participants are expected to examine patients per- 
sonally under supervision. The course will include lec- 
tures on infant feeding. 

Diseases of the Nervous System 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D., Clinical Professor of Neurology. 
Edward M. Singewald, M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 
G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 
Charles M. Byrnes, M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 

The course is given during the third year and the work 
consists of the following required courses: 

I. Practical work in the dispensary. The class is 
divided into four sections and each section works in the 
neurological dispensary from 10 to 12 on one morning of 
each week throughout the year. 

II. Recitation or clinic. Tuesday, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Recitation or clinic. Wednesday, 9 a. m. to 10 
a. m. after April 1. 

The following elective courses are offered during the 
fourth year: 

I. Nervous dispensary. Daily, 10 to 11 a. m., repeated 
each trimester. 

II. Nervous diseases. Tuesday and Thursday, 12 m. 
to 1 p. m. ? repeated each trimester. 

Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh H. Young, M. D., Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary 

Surgery. 
John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

During the fourth year Professor Young and Dr. Ger- 
aghty conduct the following elective courses: 



160 Medical Department [8*4 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 10 
a. m. to 12 m., for one-half trimester or alternate dayi 
for one whole trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. del, 
for one trimester. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 10 
a. m. to 12 m., for one trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. m., 
throughout the year. 

III. Pathology of the genitourinary tract, twice 
weekly, 9 to 10 a. m. 

For courses for graduates see under department of 
Surgery. 

Laryngology and Khinology 

John N. Mackenzie, M. D., Clinical Professor of Laryngology and 
Rhinology. 

Mactier Warfield, M. D., Instructor in Laryngology and 
Rhinology. 

Franklin Hazlehurst, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology and 
Rhinology. 

The work consists of the following elective courses 
offered during the fourth year: 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 
3.30 p. m., for one-half trimester or alternate days for one 
whole trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture, Monday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., through- 
out the year. 



885] Special Departments 161 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 
4.30 p. m., for one trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture, Monday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., through- 
out the year. 

During the third year a course in laryngoscopy is given 
on Thursday from 4.30 to 5.30 p. m., throughout the year, 
as a preparation for the work of the fourth year in the 
laryngological clinic. This is a required course. 

Ophthalmology and Otology 

Samuel Theobald, M. D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

and Otology. 
Robert L. Randolph, M. D., Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 

and Otology. 
James J. Mills, M. D., Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology. 
Hedley V. Tweedie, M. D., Assistant in Ophthalmology and 

Otology. 

I. Daily clinics are given in the dispensary by Pro- 
fessors Theobald and Eandolph. Each of the sub-sections 
into which the fourth year class is divided attends these 
clinics for from five to six weeks. Owing to the small 
number of students comprising the separate groups the 
opportunities thus afforded of acquiring a practical 
knowledge of the diseases of the eye and ear are excep- 
tionally valuable. 

II. The major course in Ophthalmology and Otology 
comprises, besides greater clinical advantages — including 
the privilege of attendance upon the clinics of Professor 
Theobald at the Baltimore, Eye, Ear and Throat Charity 
Hospital — instruction in operative surgery of the eye and 
ear, in the determination of errors of refraction, the 
optometric use of the ophthalmoscope, skiascopy, and the 
more refined methods of diagnosing aural maladies. 

III. Weekly lecture, Thursday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., 
throughout the year, Professor Theobald. 



162 Medical Department [886 

IV. During the third year a preparatory course in 
ophthalmoscopy is given by Dr. Mills. 

graduate course 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy. 
A practical course in the diagnosis and treatment of the 
commoner diseases of the eye, with instruction in the use 
of the ophthalmoscope, the examination of the anterior 
structures of the eye by oblique illumination, etc. Dr. 
Mills, June 1 to July 1, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 
3 to 4 p. m. (Limited to ten.) Fee f 25.00. 

This course is intended for general practitioners. 

Psychiatry 

Henry M. Hurd, M. D., Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. 
Adolf Meyer, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Psychiatry. 
Henry J. Berkley, M. D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clarence B. Farrar, M. D., Associate in Psychiatry. 
W. Rush Dunton, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

The instruction in psychiatry is given in the fourth 
year and includes the following courses: 

Lectures and Demonstrations. First trimester. Dr. 
Dunton. Tuesdays, 12 to 1 p. m., throughout the tri- 
mester. Voluntary. Dr. Berkley, Wednesdays, 12 to 1 
p. m., Oct. 13 to Nov. 17. Required. 

Clinical Lectures. First trimester. Dr. Berkley. 
City Detention Hospital, Bay View, Saturdays, 3.30 to 5 
p. m. ; Nov. 20 to Jan. 1. Required. 

Second trimester. Dr. Farrar. Sheppard-Pratt Hos- 
pital, Towson, Saturdays, 3.30 to 5.30 p. m., throughout 
the trimester. 

Since no other arrangements for teaching at the Bay 
View Asylum could be effected, the courses of Dr. Meyer 
will be announced later, as they depend on the progress 
and completion of the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 
and the organization of its laboratories. 



887] Special Departments 163 

Orthopedic Surgery 

William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 

William S. Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
Howard E. Ashbury, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Instruction in Orthopedic Surgery is given throughout 
the fourth year by Dr. Baer, assisted by Drs. Fayer- 
weather and Ashbury. 

Obligatory Work: 

I. Ward rounds, once weekly throughout the year, for 
the surgical section. 

II. Clinical instruction for sub-sections of the surgical 
group given three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and 
Saturday, from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Operative clinic, Wednesday, 10-12. 

Elective Courses 

I. A clinical lecture or recitation is given once weekly, 
throughout the entire year, on Thursdays, from 12 m. to 
1 p. m. 

II. Dispensary clinic is held on Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Lateral Curvature Course is given on Tuesday 
mornings and Saturday afternoons, equal to six hours. 

For courses for graduates see under department of 
Surgery. 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Max Broedel, Associate Professor of Art as applied to Medicine. 

A. Courses for Medical Students, 

1.) A course of lectures to first year class one hour 
a week during the first trimester. This course is intended 



164 Medical Department [888 

to give general instruction in the elementary principles 
of drawing and sketching as an aid to the study of 
medicine. 

2.) A short course in artistic anatomy to be given 
during the second trimester. The purpose of this course 
is to supplement the study of the cadaver in the dissecting 
room. 

3.) A course in actual drawing open to students of 
the four classes, to research workers and to members of 
the faculty for two hours twice a week throughout the 
year. This course will be limited to 12 students. The 
work will first deal with the exact study of the plastic 
representation of medical objects of all kinds. Later on 
this will lead to the study of diagrammatic drawings and 
sketches useful in taking medical histories or illustrating 
lectures with blackboard sketches. Lastly a suitable 
technique for making medical illustrations for publica- 
tion will be taught. 

4.) Kesearch workers who require pictorial represen- 
tation of their research will be taught the principles of 
making such drawings. 

B. Courses for Artists and Art Students. 

1.) Special instruction to medical illustrators who 
desire to take up advanced work in a particular branch. 
The fee will depend on the length of the course and the 
character of the instruction. Minimum fee $25.00. Such 
courses may be taken at any time during the academic 
year. 

2.) A regular course for beginners. This course will 
continue during the entire day throughout the academic 
year (Oct. 1st to May 31st). Applicants who are not 
graduates of an art school must submit samples of their 
artwork. The duration of the whole course will of neces- 
sity depend on the talent of the individual, the average 
term, however, not exceeding two years. The fee is 



889] Special Departments 165 

|100.00 a year. Drawings of especial merit may be ac 
cepted and utilized by the Department for publication 
and as a practical test of the artist's ability. Although 
such drawings become the property of the school, the stu- 
dent will receive several printed proofs after publication. 
All drawings and sketches not so honored will remain the 
property of the student. 

The above course will be as follows : 

a.) Anatomical studies of the skeleton, muscles and 
viscera from the standpoint of the medical illustrator. 
Everything studied is sketched or drawn. 

5.) Studies of fresh material at autopsies combined 
with microscopic studies of the various tissues in health 
and disease. A number of accessory methods will be 
employed in studying fresh tissues. 

c.) Studies of hardened specimens from the various 
pathological collections combined with the study of the 
texture of the individual structures of the body. 

d.) Based on the foregoing the student is ready to 
study the pictorial representation of physical examina- 
tions, various kinds of treatment and the different steps 
in surgical operations. 

e.) Stress will be laid on the correct attitude of the 
medical illustrator toward problems in medical research 
and toward the conception of a medical illustration in 
general as an aid to the text and also as a work of art. 

/.) Parallel with and supplementing these studies will 
be instructions and demonstrations in the various tech- 
niques suitable for medical illustrations intended for 
publication. These are: 

1.) Halftone drawings in crayon, etc. — Mixed tech- 
nique. 
2.) Watercolor painting. 

3.) Line drawings in pen and ink. Diagrams. 
4.) Charts for class demonstrations. 

g.) Studies of the various methods of reproduction 
from the standpoint of the illustrator. 



166 Medical Department [890 

Hygiene 

William W. Ford, M. D., D. P. H., Associate Professor of Hygiene 

and Bacteriology. 
Lloyd P. Shippen, M. D., Assistant in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 

The instruction in Hygiene consists of: 

1. A required course of lectures given to the students 
of the third year on two afternoons a week during the 
third trimester. These lectures take up such topics as 
vital statistics : climate, meteorology, soil, ventilation, 
sewage and sewage disposal, water supplies, filtration, 
milk supplies, and tropical diseases. 

Especial attention is also paid to the subject of the in 
fectious diseases, their manner of spread and the proper 
methods of controlling them. Diphtheria, Tuberculosis, 
Small-pox, etc., being considered in detail. 

2. An optional laboratory course in Hygiene given 
during the second or third trimester and open to any stu- 
dents who have finished satisfactory courses in Bacteri- 
ology. This course occupies two half days a week, and 
takes up the chemical and bacteriological analysis of 
water, milk, sewage and certain food stuffs. Weekly in- 
spections are also made of institutions of Public Health 
importance in Baltimore and Washington, such as the 
Baltimore Sewage Disposal Plant, the City Board of 
Health, the State Board of Health, the Walker-Gordon 
Dairy Farm, the Water Shed which supplies Baltimore 
City with water, the Washington Filtration Plant, and 
the Hygienic Laboratory of the Public Health and Marine 
Hospital Service. 

3. Special Investigation. A limited number of stu- 
dents are taken into the laboratory for advanced work in 
Hygiene and Bacteriology. These individuals are given 
special problems to work out independently or in connec- 
tion with the instructors in the department. Special 
facilities will be offered medical graduates who desire to 



891] Special Departments 167 

train themselves in the Laboratory Methods necessary for 
work in Public Health. 

Medical Zoology 

Charles Wardell Stiles, Ph. D., D. Sc, Lecturer on Medical 
Zoology and Professor of Zoology to the U. S. Public Health 
and Marine Hospital Service. 

Instruction in Medical Zoology is given to students of 
the third and fourth years by Dr. Stiles. It consists of a 
course of twenty lectures on the medical relations of ani- 
mals to man (animal parasites, animals as transmitters 
of disease, poisonous snakes, etc.) ; ten lectures are given 
each year, illustrated with numerous charts, lantern 
slides, and specimens, and supplemented by practical lab- 
oratory exercises in studying both live and preserved 
parasites, examining meat for trichinosis and in the diag- 
nosis of various zooparasite diseases by microscopic 
examination of faeces. The parasites are studied from the 
standpoints of zoology, practical medicine, and public 
health. 

Legal Medicine 
William W. Ford, M. D., Lecturer in Legal Medicine. 

The instruction in this department is given in the third 
and fourth years. The lectures are intended to instruct 
the students not only in the actual facts of applied medi- 
cine which constitutes the basis of the work of the medico- 
legal practitioner, but also in the duties of the medical 
expert witness and his relations to his client and to the 
court. 

The lectures deal with sexual transgressions, abortion, 
infanticide, &c, with the circumstances attendant upon 
violent death in its various forms and with injuries of all 
sorts mechanical and chemical, and with the medico-legal 
relations of insanity. 



168 Medical Department \ *i)2 

Especial attention is directed to the methods of investi- 
gation and protocol writing in such cases, and to the tech- 
nical means by which suspected marks, stains and traces 
of all sorts may be recognized. Instruction as to the 
character of medical evidence which is useful and admissi- 
ble in court and as to its presentation, is emphasized. 

History and Literature of Medicine 

The Historical Club meets once a month throughout 
the academic year in the medical amphitheatre of the 
Hospital. Old and rare or otherwise historically inter- 
esting books are exhibited and the history of medical doc- 
trines, of epochs in medicine and of the lives and contribu- 
tions to knowledge of eminent medical men, and other 
themes pertaining to the history of medicines are consid- 
ered. Many students avail themselves of the stimulating 
and educational advantages afforded by the meetings of 
this Club. 

Special Lectures 

From time to time, as opportunity offers, short courses 
of special lectures or demonstrations upon selected topics 
are given either by specially appointed lecturers or by 
members of the teaching staff. 



SCHEDULE OF COURSES AS ARRANGED FOR THE 
SESSION OF 1911-1912 



In order to exhibit as completely as possible the detail 
of the work of the Medical Department, the general sched- 
ules furnished to the students for the session of 1911-12 
are reproduced. In the fourth year special schedules for 
the medical and surgical sections are arranged by the 
heads of departments. No alterations in the arrange- 
ment of the general schedules are permitted unless 
authorized by the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty. 



169 



170 



Medical Department 



[804 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


First 


9-12. 

Anatomy, I. 

12-l.t 

Anatomy, VII. 


9-12. 
Anatomy, I. 

12-l.t 
Anatomy, VI. 


Trimester. 


2-5. 
Histology. 


1.30-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 


Second 


9-12. 
Anatomy, II. 


9-12. 
Anatomy, II. 

12-l.t 
Anatomy, VI. 


Trimester. 


2-5. 
Electives. 


1.30-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 

2-5.t 
Neurology. 


Third 
Trimester. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Bacteriology 

Recitation 


9-10. 

Physiology 

Lecture. 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 




2-3. 

Physiol. Cliem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. —Elective courses arc indicated by a dagger, all othei 
courses are required. To enter upon the work of the 3rd year a student will b< 
required to show credits for 30 units of work, including all of the obligatory courses, 8( 
that during the first two years each student is advised to take 5 units in eacl 
trimester. By a unit is meant a course of instruction (or a group of courses 
equivalent to 5 hours of work a week for a trimester. The elective courses arte 



895] 



Schedule of Courses 



171 



1EDICAL SCHOOL 
'IRST YEAR, 1911-1912. 



Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


9-12. 
Anatomy, I. 

12-lt- 

Lecture Course 

in Art. 


9-12. 

Anatomy, I. 

12-l.t 

Organic Chemistry 

(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy, I. 

12-l.t 

Organic Chemistry 

(Lecture). 


2-5. 
Histology. 


2 _ 3« 
Histology 
(Lecture). 


2-5. 
Histology. 


9-12. 
Anatomy, II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy, II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy, II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 


2-3.t 
Neurology 
(Lecture). 

Anatomical Studies 

on the Living.t 

Lecture. 


2-5.t 
Neurology. 


2-3.t 
Neurology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


9-10. 

Physiology 

Lecture. 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


2-3. 

Bacteriology 

Lecture. 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


2-3. 

Bacteriology 

Lecture. 



tiey have been selected must be completed satisfactorily, and a record will be kept 
f the results for such courses as in the case of the required work. 

Special permission must be obtained to take more than 6 unite in a trimester. 

Students who are permitted to undertake investigation in any department will 
eceive appropriate credit for the work. 



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[896 






THE JOHNS HOPKINS. 
SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


First 
Trimester. 


9-11. 
*Electives 

11-12. 
Autopsies 

12-1. 
Pathology 
(Recitation). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture) 

10-1. 

Physiology (B) 

Laboratory 

Physiol. -Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 




2-5. 

Pathology 

Laboratory. 


2-5. 

Physiology (B) 

Laboratory 

Physiol.-Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 


Second 
Trimester. 


9-10. 

Pharmacology 

10-12. 

*Electives 

11-12. 
Autopsies 

12-1. 

Pathology 

(Recitation). 


9-10- 
Pharmacology 

10-1. 
*Electives. 

12-1. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material. 

(Section). 




2-5. 
Pathology 
Laboratory. 


2-5. 
*Electives, 

1.30-5. 
Drawing.t 


Third 
Trimester. 


10-12. 
Group II— Med. Dispensary 

Group IV— Phys. Diag. 
Group I— Regional Anatomy 


9-10. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material. 

10-1. 
Group I— Med . Dispensary 

Group III— Phys. -Diag. 
Group II— Regional Anatomy 




2-5. 
Introductory to Medicine. 


2-5. 

Practical Hygiene 

(Elective). 



Autopsies— according to special announcement. When material is ready, the 
Autopsies will be performed at this hour. 

*Electives or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by arrange- 
ment with the instructors : Anatomy, Physiology, Experimental Pathology, Hygiene, 
Physiological Chemistry, Toxicology, Pharmacology and Preparatory Surgery. 



897] Schedule of Courses 173 

MEDICAL SCHOOL. 
SECOND YEAR, 1911-1912. 


Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


9-11. 
* Elective 

11-12. 
Autopsies 

12-1. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material. 

(Section). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture) 

10-1. 

Physiology (B) 

Laboratory 

Physiol.-Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 


9-11. 
*Electives 

11-12. 
Autopsies 

12-1. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material. 

(Section). 


2-5. 
Pathology 
Laboratory. 


2-5. 

Physiology (B) 

Laboratory 

Physiol.-Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 


2-5. 
Pathology 
Laboratory. 


9-10. 
Pharmacology 

10-1. 
*Electives. 

11-12. 
Autopsies 


9-10. 
Pharmacology 

10-1. 
*Electives. 

12-1. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material. 

(Section). 


9-10. 
Pharmacology 

10-11. 
*Electives 

11-12. 
Autopsies 


2-5. 

Pathology 

(Laboratory). 


2-5. 
*Electives. 


2-5. 

Pathology 

(Laboratory). 


9-10 
Medicine 
Lecture. 

10-12. 

Group II— Physical Diag. 

Group IV— Med. Disp. 

Group III— Regional 

Anatomy. 


9-10. 

Demonstration of Autopsy 

Material 

10-11. 

Elective Surgery. 


10-12. 

Group I— Phys.-Diag. 

Group III— Med. Disp. 

Group IV— Regional 

Anatomy. 


2-5. 

Preparatory Surgery 

(Elective). 


2-5. 
Practical Hygiene 

(Elective). 


2-5. 

Preparatory Surgery 

(Elective). 


Explanatory Note.— To 

required to show credi 
Durses, so that during the fl 
ach trimester. By a unit i 
luivalent to 5 hours of wo 
ley have been selected mu 

1 the results for such cours 


enter upon the work of t 
ts for 30 units of work, i 
rst two years each student ] 
s meant a course of instruc 
rk a week for a trimester, 
st be completed satisfactoril 
es as in the case of the requii 


he 3rd year a student will 
deluding all the obligatory 
s advised to take 5 units in 
tion (or a group of courses) 
The elective courses after 
y, and a record will be kept 
ed work. 



174 



Medical Department 



[808 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS, 
SCHEDULE FOR THI! 



Monday. 



9-10- 

Obstetrics 

(Operations). 



Tuesday. 



9-10. 
Group I.— Gynecology 

1st half year. 
Group II.— Obstetrics 

1st half year. 
Group II.— Gynecology 

2nd half year. 
Group I.— Obstetrics 

2nd half year. 
Groups III and IV 

Morbid Anatomy, 

October to Christmas. 



Wednesday . 



9-10- 
Surgery 
(Recitation) 
Dr. Follis 
To April 1. 
Nervous Diseases 
(Recitation) 
After April 1. 



Group I. 
♦Group II. 

Group III. 
*Group IV. 



10-12. , _. 

Surgical Disp 
Medical Disp. 
Nervous Disp. 
Physical Diag- 
nosis. 



12-1. 
Medical Clinic 
Dr. Futcher. 



2-3- 
Clinical Microscopy 
Recitation and Demon- 
strations 
(Oct. to March 15) 

3-4. 

Pharmacy 

(October to January) 

3-4. 

Practical Therapeutics 

Medical Amphitheatre 

(After January 1.) 



10-11. 

First and Second 

Trimester 

Gynecology 

(Recitation) 

Third Trimester 

Gynecological Pathology. 

11-12. 

Neurology, Clinic or 

Recitation. 



12-1. 

Surgical Clinic 

Dr. Finney. 



10-12- . , _ 

Group III. Surgical Disi 

*Group IV. Medical Dis] 

Group I. Nervous Di8] 

*Group II. Physical Dia* 

nosis. 



12-1. 
Medical Clinic 
Dr. Barker. 



2-4.30. 

Clinical Microscopy 

(Laboratory). 

Oct. to March 15. 

Mar. 15 to June 1. 
o-3 
Hygiene 
(Lecture) 
Required. 
Third Trimester— 
Elective. 

1.30-5 
Drawing. 
2-4.30. 
Clinical Microscopy, 
(i Trimester) 
2-3. 
Third Trimester- 
Psychiatry Clinic. 



2 _ 3. 

Surgical Pathology 

Clinic and Demonstration 

(Three Trimesters) 

3-4.30 , 

Surgical Pathology 

(Laboratory). 

Elective 

Group Work or Special Woi 

i to U units. 



4-5-30. 

Ophthalmoscopy 

(In groups) 



2-5. 
Hygiene- 
Elective 
(Lecture and Labora- 
tory) 
= l unit. 
(Third Trimester) 
4.30-5.30. 
Medicine 
(Recitation). 
Oct. to Jan. 1. 



4.30-5.30. 

Medicine 

(Recitation) 

Jan. 1 to June 1. 

Medical Zoology. 

First Trimester. 



Unit equals 66 hours. 

6 hours a week for 1 term. 
8tlS S.™fUe' li Ss of work during the year in these or other electt 
courses during these hours. 



899] 



Schedule of Courses 



175 



MEDICAL SCHOOL. 
[■HIRD YEAR, 1911-1912. 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


9-10. 
}roup III.— Gynecology 

1st half year, 
jroup JV.— Obstetrics 

1st half year. 
3roup IV.— Gynecology 

2nd half year. 
>roup III.— Obstetrics 

2nd half year. 
Groups I and II.— Morbid 

Anatomy. 

October to Christmas. 


9-10. 
Obstetrics 
(Recitation) 


9-10. 

Obstetrics 

(Recitation) 


10-12. 
Group II. Surgical Disp. 
: Group I. Medical Disp. 
Group IV. Nervous Disp. 
Group III. Physical Diag- 
nosis. 


10-11. 

Surgical Clinic 

Dr. Finney. 

11-12. 

Physical Diagnosis 

(Recitation). 

Dr. Futcher. 


10-12. 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
*Group III. Medical Disp. 
Group II. Nervous Disp. 
*Group I. Physical Diag- 
nosis. 


12-1. 

Medical Clinic 

Dr. Thayer. 


12-1. 

Surgical Clinic 

(3d and 4th years) 

Dr. Halsted. 


12-1. 

Medical Clinic 

(3d and 4th years) 

Medical Amphitheatre 

Dr. Barker. 


2-4.30. 
Clinical Microscopy 

(Laboratory) 
October to March 15. 
Mar. 15 to June 1. 
2-3 
Hygiene 
(Lecture) 
Required. 
Third Trimester- 
Elective. 

2-4-30. 
Clinical Microscopy 

(i Trimester) 
Medicine = £ unit. 


Elective. 

11-5. 

Operative Surgery, in 

Groups — 1 unit. 

(Repeated each trimester.) 

2-4.30. 

Surg. Pathology (year) — 

H unit. 

Obstet. Pathology 

1 Tri. = i unit. 

(Repeated two Trimesters) 

Medicine (year = 1 unit.) 

Clinical Pathological 

Conference 4-30 P. M. 

1 Tri. = 1-6 unit. 

(Repeated each trimester) 

Practical Pharmacy 

2nd Trimester = £ unit. 




2-5. 

Hygiene— 

Elective 

(Lecture and Laboratory) 

= 1 unit. 

(Third Trimester) 

4.30-5.30. 

Laryngoscopy 

(Required) 







I *In the third trimester Groups II and IV wall go to the City Hospital, Bay View, on 
londay and Wednesday from 10:30 A. M. to l P. M., and Groups I and III, on Thursday 
ad Saturday, at the same hour. 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE FOU 



Medical Section.. 
Surgical Section.. 
Elective Section. 



Medical Section. Medical WardH, Dispensary and Laboratories, 8-30 A. M.toi2 

M., and 2 to 4.30 P. M. — 6 units. 
Surgical Section. Surgical Wards. Ward Visits, Operating Room and Labora- 
tories (entire Section), 9 A. M. to 12 M.=- 3 unit-. 
Recitation in Surgery, Friday, 9 A. M. (entire group). 
Elective Courses, afternoons, 2-4-30 • 









12 


-1. LECTURES 


Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 




(a) Medical Clinic. 


(a) 


Surgical Clinic. 


Psychiatry. 




Dr. Futcher. 




Dr. Finney. 


(11 lectures). 


First 


(b) Diseases of Children. 


(b) 


Relations of the 


Medical Zoology. 


Trimester. 


Dr. Amberg. 




Autonomic Ner- 


(10 lectures). 


October 


(c) Genito-Urinary. 




vous System to 
Visceral Diseases. 


J.:jo-5-30. 


to 


Dr. Young. 






Christmas. 




(c) 


Dr. Barker. 
Nervous Diseases. 
Dr. Thomas. 






(a) Dr. Futcher. 


(a) 


Dr. Finney. 


Legal Medicine. 


Second 


(b) Dr. Knox. 


(b) 


Dr. McCrae. 




Trimester. 


Acute Gastrointes- 




Medical Aspects of 




January 


tinal Diseases. 




Joint Diseases. 




to 


(c) Dr. Young. 


(c) 


Dr. Thomas. 




March 15. 


Genito-Urinary. 








Third 


(a) Dr. Futcher. 


(a) 


Dr. Finney. 


Medical Ethics. 


Trimester. 


(b) Dr. Hamman. 


(b) 


Dr. Hamburger. 
Minor Ailments. 


(2 lectures). 


March 15 


Clinic in Pulmonary 




Hygiene. 


to June. 


Diseases. 
(c) Dr. Young. 


(c) 


Dr. Thomas. 





The courses on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are obligatory, and continue 
throughout the year. Those on other days are elective and arranged in Trimesters 



ELECTIVE 
Mornings. 
Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Dr. Bloodgood. 12 students. 

Wednesday and Friday 8-9 — t to 1 U 

Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Special work. Dr. Bloodgood dailv = i to H U 
Bacteriology and Pathology of G.-U. Tract. Dr.Geraghty . twice weekly 9-10= ill 

Children's Diseases (Major). Staff daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Experimental Pathology (Major). Dr. Whipple . . . daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Genito-Urinary (Major). Dr. Young daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Gynecology, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, io students. 

Drs. Kelly, Cullen and Burnam . . ... 9-12 = U U 
Obstetrics, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 students. Dr. 

Williams and Staff 9-12 = H to 2* U 

Surgery (Major). Dr. Halsted and Staff daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Medical Research daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Research, other departments daily 9-12 = 3 U 

Drawing as Applied to Medicine. Mr. Brodel . . . Tuesday 1.30-5 — i V 

Children's Diseases (Minor for £ Tri.). Staff .... daily 10-12 = 1 U 

Genito-Urinary (Minor for £ Tri.). Drs. Young and Geraghty daily 10-12 = 1 U 

Neurology (Minor). Dr. Thomas daily 10-11 = 1 U 

Orthopedics (3 times weekly, l Trimester). Dr. Baer . . 10-12 = 1 U 
Phipps Dispensary : 

Elementary Course (1st Tri.) twice weekly, limited to 4 

students. Drs. Wolman and Austrian 10-12 - fU 

Afternoons. 

Dermatology (Major). Drs. Gilchrist and Lord (limited to 10) . daily 2-430 — 2i U 

Laryngology (Major). Dr. Mackenzie and Staff . . . daily 2-3.30 = 2t V 

Ophthalmology (Major). Dr. Theobald, Dr. Randolph and Staff. daily 2-4.30 = 2t U 

Psychiatry (Major). Dr. Meyer and Staff .... = i V ] 

Medical Research daily 2-4.30 = 2* U 

Research in other Departments daily 2-4.30 = 2* U 

All courses extend over one Tri 



Student must take 18 units in a year. 

Medicine .... . . . . 6 units 

Surgery 3 " 

Obligatory afternoon exercises (Wed., Fri. and Sat.) . 1 " 

2 Specialties 2 " 

(Ophthalmology and one minor elective). 

6 Elective Units 6 " 

18 units 
Unit or Minor Course equals 66 hours, or 
6 hours a week for l Trimester. 
2 hours a week for l year. 



j L EDICAL school, 

,TH YEAR, 1911-1912. 



1ST Trimester. 
October to Christmas. 



2nd Trimester. 
January to March 15. 



Group I. 
Group II. 
Group III. 



Group III. 
Group I. 
Group II. 



3D Trimester. 
March 15 to June. 



Group II. 
Group III. 
Group I. 



: Elective Section. Elective Courses, mornings, 9-12. 

Ophthalmology (ft group for ft Tri.) 2-3.30 P. M. = 1 unit, leavmg 

lft units elective. 

; If Genito-Urinary, Orthopedics, Neurology, or Children be not taken in morning 

|)urs, Laryngology or Dermatology must be taken for half of Tri. from 2-3.30 P. M. = 1 

ait, leaving ft unit elective from 3.30 to 4.30. 



LND CLINICS. 
Thursday. 



Friday. 



Saturday. 



Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Thayer. 
Orthopedics. 

Dr. Baer. 
Nervous Diseases. 

Dr. Thomas. 



Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 



Dr. Thayer. 

Dr. Baer. 

Dr. Thomas. 

Dr. Futcher. 
The Symptomatology 
and Treatment of Dis- 
eases of the Ductless 
Glands. 



Surgical Clinic 
Dr. Halsted. 



j) Dr. Thayer. 
!)) Dr. Baer. 
) Dr. Thomas. 



Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 



Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Barker. 

Psychiatry. 

Dr. Berkeley. 

Oct. 22 to Jan. 1. 

3.30-5-30. 

(Bay View). 



Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Barker. 

Psychiatry. 

(Sheppard-Pratt Hosp.) 

3.30 -5.30. 

Dr. Farrar. 



Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Barker. 



ut every student must choose one of them for each day and pursue same for entire 
Timester. Courses may be pursued for entire year or changed each Trimester. 

Attendance on three of these elective courses for one Trimester = ft unit. ^ 



0OURSES. 

perinatology (Minor for ft Tri.). Drs. Gilchrist and Lord . daily 
jlygiene, Lecture and Laboratory, (3rd Trimester) . . daily 
laryngology (Minor for ft Tri.). Drs. Mackenzie and Staff . daily 
gynecological Dispensary, Drs. Sperry, Richardson and Pollock, 
daily 2 to 4 p. m., l trimester, sections of two students each day 
Cystoscopy, Drs. Hunner and Burnam, Tuesday, Thursday and 
: Saturday, ft Trimester (limited to 3 students) .... 
Srynecological Pathology (Repeated two Trimesters). Drs. 

Cullen (T. S.) and Hurdon Friday 

Obstetrical Pathology. Dr. Slemons (Repeated two 

Trimesters) • Friday 

plinical Pathological Conference. Drs. Thayer and Whipple Friday 
paryngology (Lecture). Dr. Mackenzie (1st and 2d Tri- 
mesters) Monday 

gynecology (Lecture). Dr. Burnam . . . Monday 

Dermatology (Clinical Lecture). Dr. Gilchrist . Tuesday 

plinics in Minor Infectious Diseases, Sydenham Hospital, (2d and 3d 

! Trimesters). Dr. Morrill Wednesday 

"Ophthalmology (Lecture). Dr. Theobald . . Thursday 

Psychiatry (Lecture) Dr. Meyer, 2d Trimester . . Friday 

(Experimental Pathology (Minor). Dr. Whipple . twice weekly 
Clinical Microscopy (3d Trim.) . Dr. Guthrie twice weekly for ft Tri. 
IPhipps Dispensary: Advanced Course (3d Trimester). Drs. 
Hamman, Wolman and Austrian, twice weekly, Tuesday and 

: Friday 

Infectious Diseases (Lecture), (2d Trimester). Dr. Clough twice 

'. weekly • 

Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious Diseases (2d 

Trimester). Dr. Clough twice weekly 

Medical Bacteriology (Lecture). Drs. Major and Austrian once weekly 
mester, unless otherwise stated. 

SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 



2-3.30 = 

2-5 = 

2-3.30 = 



2 to 3.30 = 

2-4.30 = 

2-4.30 = 
4.30 = 

3.30-4.30 = 
4.30-5.30 = 
3.30-4.30 = 

3.30 = 

3.30-4.30 = 

3.30-4.30 ■ 

2-4.30 - 



1 U. 

1 u. 
ft u. 

ft u. 

■ ft v 
ft u. 

ft u. 

1-6 U. 

■ 1-6 U. 

■ 1-6 U. 
= 1-6 U. 

- 1-6 U. 

■ 1-6 U. 
= 1-6 U. 

1 U. 

■ ft u. 



Medical Group. 



Surgical Group. 



Elective Group. 



Wards, etc. 
Lecture or Clinic 
Wards, etc. 
Wards 

Lecture or Clinic 
Elective Work 
Elective Work 
Lecture or Clinic 
Ophthalmology. 

Elective Specialty .... 
(Groups alternate each Trimester) 



10-12 = f U. 

4.30-5.30= ft U. 

2-4.30 =1 U. 

2-3 = 1-6 U. 



8.30-12 
12- 1 
2-4.30 
9-12 
12-1 
2-4.30 
9-12 
12-1 

2-3-30 



178 Medical Department [902 



ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS 



The final examination in histology is held at the end of 
the second trimester of the first year; that in bacteriology 
and physiological chemistry at the end of the third tri- 
mester of the first year. 

The final examination in physiology (1911-12) is held 
at the end of the first trimester of the second year. 

Final examinations in anatomy are held at the end of 
each trimester for those who have completed the required 
work. The final examinations in pathology and pharma- 
cology (1911-12) are held at the end of the second and 
third trimesters of the second year, respectively. 

At the end of the third year final examinations are held 
in obstetrics, gynecology, nervous diseases, clinical micro- 
scopy and surgical pathology. 

At the end of the fourth year final examinations are 
held in medicine and surgery. 

In the elective courses and special branches the exami- 
nations are given to each section upon the completion of 
the work. 

The examinations are partly written and partly oral, 
and may include practical tests of laboratory and clinical 
work. Before entering upon the clinical work of the 
third year a student must have obtained credits for at 
least thirty units of work in the courses offered during 
the first two years. 

Conditions in the required courses must be absolved by 
new examinations given after an interval of one trimester 
or at the beginning of the session in October. No student 
who fails to pass in his first condition examination is per 
mitted to continue with his class without the express 
authorization of the Faculty, and in any case he will not 
be permitted to take a second condition examination until 
he presents evidence of having pursued an additional 
course in the subject in this school or elsewhere. 



903] Hospital Appointments 179 

The estimation of the standing of each student is based 
both upon the general character of his work and upon the 
results of examinations. 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 



At the close of the academic year in June twelve mem- 
bers of the graduating class are selected for appointment 
as House Officers in the Johns Hopkins Hospital to serve 
for one year from September first. The recommendations 
for these appointments are made at the end of the first 
trimester of the fourth year and are based upon the 
records of standing in all required subjects, upon evi- 
dences of special ability as shown by elective or research 
work and upon considerations of personal fitness. In 
each hospital service to which these internes are assigned 
one appointment may be exempted from this arrange- 
ment, the appointee being selected by the responsible 
head of the service from graduates of this or other 
schools. These appointees reside in the Hospital and 
become officers upon the house-staff. By action of the 
Board of Trustees of the Hospital these appointments are 
limited to unmarried students. 

A certain number of externe appointments are offered 
to students of the graduating class in June. These ap- 
pointees have the privilege of working in the dispensary. 
They may assist in the teaching, and may pursue ad- 
vanced work and original research in the various labora- 
tories without charge. 

The appointments of the resident physician, surgeon, 
gynecologist and obstetrician of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital are permanent ones. The first and second resident 
assistantships under these are annual appointments, sub- 
ject to renewal. 



180 Medical Department [904 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 



The degree of Doctor of Medicine is conferred upon 
those who, after fulfilling all the requirements for admis- 
sion, have completed satisfactorily a four years' course of 
study in this Medical School. (See General Plan of In- 
struction, page 115.) 

In every instance the candidate must have fulfilled all 
of the requirements for admission to this Medical School 
and must have completed, as a regularly matriculated or 
registered medical student, a four years' course of medical 
study, equivalent in its standards to that given here, of 
which the final year must be spent in this Medical School. 

The degrees are publicly conferred by the Johns Hop- 
kins University at the commencement on the second Tues- 
day of June, or on Commemoration Day, February the 
twenty-second. 

CHARGES FOR TUITION 



The charge for tuition is two hundred dollars per 
annum, payable at the Treasurer's Office or at the office 
of the Dean of the Medical School, in three installments, 
October, January and March 15. There are no extra 
charges for matriculation, for graduation, for instruction 
in any department, or for laboratory courses, except in 
special cases for material consumed. To a student who 
does not possess a microscope, there is an annual charge 
of five dollars for the use of one, with an additional charge 
of two dollars for the use of an oil-immersion lens. One 
dollar is charged for the rental of a dissecting microscope 
for one year. The student is responsible for damage to 
the microscope thus rented. A deposit of ten dollars of 
caution money is required from each student at the time 
of his enrollment. The caution money is repaid to the 
student when he leaves, if there are no charges against 



905] Charges for Tuition 181 

him. Special charges are made for breakage and for 
damage to apparatus. 

Payment of bills may be made at the office of the 
Kegistrar in the Medical School Building, which is open 
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., or at the office of the Treasurer of 
the University, on North Howard Street, which is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 



APPENDIX 



I 
ENDOWMENT 

The founder of the Johns Hopkins University, in devoting his 
large fortune to the establishment of the University and the 
Hospital, had in view the organization of a school of medicine. 
In his letter addressed to the Trustees of the Hospital, dated 
March 10, 1873, these significant words occur:' 

"It will be your especial duty to secure, for the service of the 
Hospital, surgeons and physicians of the highest character and 
greatest skill. ... In all your arrangements in relation to 
this Hospital, you will bear constantly in mind that it is my wish 
and purpose that the institution shall ultimately form a part of 
the Medical School of the University for which I have made 
ample provision in my will." 

When the University was opened in 1876, arrangements were 
made for instruction in those sciences such as physics, chemistry, 
and biology, which lead up naturally to the professional study of 
medicine. In 1884 the professorship of pathology was filled and 
the pathological laboratory was opened. In 1899 the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital was opened, and the physician, surgeon, and gyne- 
cologist in chief to the Hospital were appointed to the professor- 
ships, respectively, of medicine, surgery, and gynecology and 
obstetrics. At the same time the professor of psychiatry was 
appointed. Opportunities for instruction were afforded to gradu- 
ates in medicine. Ampler endowment, however, was needed to 
complete the organization of a medical department. 

Gifts amounting to $111,731.68, most of which were offered to 
this University in October, 1890, by a committee of women, and an 
additional gift of $306,977, offered to the University in December, 
1892, in addition to her previous subscriptions, by Miss Mary 
Elizabeth Garrett, made up, with other available resources, the 
amount of $500,000, which had been agreed upon by the Trustees 
as the minimum sum to be secured for the opening of the Medi- 
cal Department. These generous contributions were made upon 
condition that women be received upon the same terms as men. 

This endowment, added to the vailable resources of the Johns 
Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, enabled the 
Trustees to complete the organization of the Medical Department 
and to open it for instruction in 1893. 

182 



907] Appendix 183 

II 
THE WOMEN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL FUND 

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University, Octo- 
ber 28, 1890, the following letter was presented: 

"The committee formed for the purpose of raising a fund to pro- 
cure the most advanced medical education for women, can now 
place at your disposal the sum of one hundred thousand dollars 
for the use of your Medical School, if you will, by resolution, 
agree that women whose previous training has been equivalent to 
your preliminary medical course, shall be admitted to the school, 
when it shall open, upon the same terms which may be prescribed 
for men. There can be no doubt that women ought to be trained 
to act as nurses for sick women. There is as little doubt that a 
sufficient number of women ought to be educated and trained in 
such manner as to be fully able to care for sick women who may 
wish or ought to be treated by women. We have devoted our- 
selves to the furtherance of this object. We have reason to hope 
that a university which proposes to found a medical school 
intended to teach advanced methods in the treatment of those 
diseases which afflict mankind, will not refuse to women the 
opportunity of learning such methods. There is now a general 
interest in our movement. In order that this interest may be 
sustained, we ask you to consider our offer at the earliest pos- 
sible period. 

Nancy Morris Davis, 
Chairman of the Baltimore Committee." 

The following minute was adopted by the Trustees: 

The President and Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University have received from Mrs. Nancy Morris Davis, chair- 
man of one of the committees formed for the purpose of raising 
a fund to procure the most advanced medical education for 
women, the gratifying intelligence that $100,000 has been raised 
for the use of their intended Medical School, and is at their dis- 
posal, if they will, by resolution, agree to the terms upon which 
the money was contributed by its donors. 

The terms are that this Board, if it accepts the funds thus 
raised, shall agree, by resolution, that, when its Medical School 
shall be opened, women whose training has been equivalent to the 
preliminary medical course prescribed for men, shall be admitted 
in such school upon the same terms as may be prescribed for 
men. 

The offer to this University of the particular fund is the free, 
voluntary act of women residing in this State and in other 



184: Medical Department [908 

States, made without the suggestion or solicitation of this Board, 
and we accept it under and subject to the terms which are made 
a part of the gift, with the understanding and declaration, how- 
ever, that such preliminary training in all its parts be obtained 
in some other institution of learning devoted, in whole or in part, 
to the education of women, or by private tuition. 

The fund so contributed shall be invested and known as "The 
Women's Medical School Fund," and that fund, and all interest 
to accrue thereon and all additions made thereto for the same 
purpose, shall remain invested for the purpose of increase only 
until, with its aid as a foundation, a general fund has been accu- 
mulated amounting to not less than $500,000, and sufficient for the 
establishment and maintenance of a Medical School worthy of the 
reputation of this University, and fully sufficient as a means of 
complete medical education. Then, and not until then, will a 
Medical School be opened by this University; and then, and not 
until then, will the gift now offered be used by this University; 
and then, and not until then, will the terms attached thereto be 
operative. 

The utility of a training school for women nurses has been 
demonstrated by the experience and practice of the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, and by the necessities of home life among our 
people. 

This Board is satisfied that in hospital practice among women, 
in penal institutions in which women are prisoners, in charitable 
institutions in which women are cared for, and in private life, 
when women are to be attended, there are a need and place for 
learned and capable women physicians; and that it is the busi- 
ness and duty of this Board, when it is supplied with the neces- 
sary means for opening its proposed Medical School, to make 
provision for the training and full qualification of such women 
for the abundant work which awaits them in these wide fields of 
usefulness. 

Nothing contained in this minute shall be construed as abridg- 
ing, in any manner, the right of the Board of Trustees of the 
Johns Hopkins University to make such rules and regulations as 
they may deem necessary for the government of its School of 
Medicine, when it is organized; and in making such rules and 
regulations, the terms of this minute shall always be respected 
and observed. 



900] Appendix 185 

ill 

THE MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT FUND* 

TERMS OF THE GIFT, AS ACCEPTED BY THE TRUSTEES, 
FEBRUARY 21, 1893. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Garrett, in order to make up the sum of 
$500,000, which the Board of Trustees required should be secured 
as an endowment before the Medical School of the University was 
opened, has contributed to that fund the sum of $306,977 upon the 
following terms, which have been agreed to by the University: 

1. That women shall enjoy all the advantages of the Medical 
School of the Johns Hopkins University on the same terms as 
men, and shall be admitted on the same terms as men to all the 
prizes, dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, 
examination, or regarded as rewards of merit. 

2. That not more than $50,000 of the original endowment of 
$500,000 shall be expended on a building or buildings; and that 
in memory of the contributions of the Committees of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, this building, if there be but one, or the 
chief building, if there be more than one, shall be known as the 
Women's Fund Memorial Building. 

3. That the Medical School of the University shall be exclu- 
sively a graduate school as hereinafter explained, that is to say: 
That the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins University shall 
form an integral part of the Johns Hopkins University, and, like 
other departments of the University, shall be under the manage- 
ment and control of the Trustees of the said University, that it 
shall provide a four years' course, leading to the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine; that there shall be admitted to the school those 
students only who, by examination or by other tests equally satis- 
factory to the Faculty of the Medical School (no distinction being 
made in these tests or examinations between men and women), 
have proved that they have completed the studies included in the 
Preliminary Medical Course (Group Three, Chemical-Biological 
Course) as laid down in the University Register (but this condi- 
tion is not meant to restrict the Trustees from receiving as 
hearers, but not as candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medi- 
cine, those who have received the degree of Doctor of Medicine, 
or its equivalent, in some school of good repute); and that the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University 
shall be given to no Doctors of Medicine who have not proved by 



*So designated by the Trustees, December 24, 1902. 



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examination or by other tests equally satisfactory to the Faculty 
of the Medical School that they have completed the studies in- 
cluded in the Preliminary Courses, besides completing the course 
of instruction of the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 

The aforegoing provision shall not be construed as restricting 
the liberty of the University to make such changes in the require- 
ments for the admission to the Medical School of the Johns Hop- 
kins University or to accept such equivalents for the studies 
required for admission to this school as shall not lower the stand- 
ard of admission specified in this clause; provided that the 
requirements in modern languages other than English shall not 
be diminished, and provided also that the requirements in non- 
medical scientific studies shall include at least as much knowl- 
edge of natural science as is imparted in the three minor courses 
in science now laid down in its university register, the subjects 
and arrangements of these scientific studies being subject to such 
modifications as may from time to time seem wise to its Board 
and to the Faculty of the Medical School, but being at all times 
the same for all candidates for admission. (For such require- 
ments always see University Register.) 

4. That the terms of this gift and the resolutions of October 
28, 1890, by which the Trustees accepted the gift of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, shall be printed each year in whatever 
annual calendars may be issued announcing the courses of the 
Medical School. (See appended resolutions.) 

5. That there shall be created a committee of six women to 
whom the women studying in the Medical School may apply for 
advice concerning lodging and other practical matters, and that 
all questions concerning the personal character of women apply- 
ing for admission to the School, and all non-academic questions 
of discipline affecting the women studying in the Medical School 
shall be referred to this committee, and by them be in writing 
reported for action^to the authorities of the University; that the 
members of this committee shall be members for life; that the 
committee, when once formed shall be self-nominating, its nomi- 
nations of new members to fill such vacancies as may occur being 
subject always to the approval of the Board of Trustees of the 
University. 

6. That in the event of any violation of any or all of the afore- 
said stipulations, the said sum of $306,977 shall revert to her, or 
such person or persons, institution or institutions, as she by testa- 
ment or otherwise may hereafter appoint. 

It will be observed that by the tenor of the aforegoing terms no 
university course will be in any way modified by any conditions 



911] Appendix 187 

attached to her gift. These conditions relate exclusively to prep- 
aration for the Medical School, and have received, in the shape 
in which they are now presented, the unanimous approval of the 
Medical Faculty of the University. 

The terms of admission to the Medical School of the Univer- 
sity, as formulated and interpreted by the Medical Faculty of the 
University, February 4, 1893, and here subjoined, are therefore in 
entire accordance with the terms of her gift. 

(Signed) Mary E. Garrett. 



REQUIREMENTS TOR ADMISSION TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED 

BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. 

A course of four years' instruction will be provided leading to 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

To this course there will be admitted as candidates for the 
degree: 

1. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chemical- 
Biological Course which leads to the A. B. degree in the Uni- 
versity. 

2. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools who can 
furnish evidence: (a) That they have a good reading knowledge 
of French and German; (&) That they have such knowledge of 
physics, chemistry and biology as is imparted by the regular 
minor courses given in these subjects in this University. 

3. Those who give evidence by examination that they possess 
the general education implied by a degree in arts or in science 
from an approved college or scientific school, and the knowledge 
of French, German, physics, chemistry and biology already indi- 
cated. 

By approved colleges and scientific schools are meant those 
whose standard for graduation shall be considered by this Uni- 
versity as essentially equivalent to its standard for graduation in 
the undergraduate department. 

It is to be understood that at least one year's study in the 
Chemical and Biological Sciences in their immediate relation to 
medicine shall be required from students after their entrance to 
the Medical School. 



188 Medical Department [912 

women's committee of medical school 

miss mary e. garrett, 
mrs. alfred hodier, 
mrs. william h. howell, 
mrs. henry m. hurd, 
mrs. howard a. kelly, 
miss m. carey thomas. 

Their duties are stated in paragraph 5 of the letter printed 
above. 



IV 

THE BAXLEY MEDICAL PROFESSORSHIP 

By the will of Dr. Henry Willis Baxley, of Baltimore, who died 
March 13, 1876, a sum of money, amounting to $23,836.52, was 
received by the Trustees of the University to endow any medical 
professorship that they might think proper. This fund was kept 
intact, and was invested by the Trustees with the purpose of 
allowing it to accumulate until it had reached a sum more ade- 
quate to carrying out the desire of the founder. In March, 1901, 
upon the request of the President and the Medical Faculty, the 
Board of Trustees of the University directed that this fund shall 
be set apart to endow the Professorship of Pathology in the Uni- 
versity, which shall hereafter be known as the Baxley Professor- 
ship of Pathology. 



THE HERTER LECTURESHIP 

In November, 1902, Dr. and Mrs. Christian A. Herter, of New 
York, offered to the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins 
University the sum of $25,000 "for the formation of a memorial 
lectureship designed to promote a more intimate knowledge of 
the researches of foreign investigators in the realm of medical 
science." This gift was accepted by the Trustees of the Uni- 
versity November 3, 1902. According to the terms of the gift, 
some eminent worker in Physiology or Pathology is to be asked 
each year to deliver a lecture at the Johns Hopkins University 
upon a subject with which he has been identified. The selection 
of a lecturer is to be left to a committee representing the depart- 
ments of pathology, physiological chemistry and clinical medicine, 



913] Appendix 189 

and if "in the judgment of the committee it should ultimately 
appear desirable to open the proposed lectureship to leaders in 
medical research in this country there should be no bar to so 
doing." The committee named for this purpose consists of Drs. 
Welch, Abel and Barker. 

LECTURERS ON THIS FOUNDATION 

Professor Paul von Ehrlich, of Frankfort. 
Professor Hans H. Meyer, of Vienna. 
Professor Almroth E. Wright, of London. 
Professor Edward A. Shafer, of Edinburgh. 
Professor Hans Chiari. 
Professor Albrecht Kossel, of Heidelberg. 



VI 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

The intimate connection between the Medical School and the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital renders it proper to mention the facili- 
ties of the Hospital as an important adjunct to the endowment of 
the Medical School. By the letter of instruction of the founder, 
it was provided that the Johns Hopkins Hospital should furnish 
clinical facilities for the Medical School. In the purchase of the 
site of the Hospital, the location and arrangement of buildings, 
the construction of the apparatus for heating and ventilation and 
all other hygienic appliances, the purpose of medical instruction 
was constantly borne in mind. The original buildings and grounds 
of the Hospital have cost upwards of two millions of dollars, and 
the annual expenditure for maintenance exceeds two hundred 
thousand dollars. Upon the hospital grounds, not including the 
Harriet Lane Home and Phipps' Psychiatric Clinic, have been 
erected twenty buildings, which furnish ample facilities for the 
accommodation of 350 in-patients and many thousand out-patients. 
These buildings also provide class-rooms in connection with the 
out-patient department, a large clinical laboratory, a surgical 
building with rooms for the study of surgical pathology and five 
operating rooms, clinic rooms, several lecture rooms, a clinical 
amphitheatre and an autopsy amphitheatre, all equipped with 
ample apparatus for the instruction of students. The adminis- 
tration building furnishes accommodation for a medical staff of 
forty persons. It also has a large library and reading rooms. 



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VII 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE CLINICAL LABORATORY 

A similar endowment, which benefits the Medical School through 
the Hospital, has been a fund of $10,000 to build and equip a clin- 
ical laboratory upon the Hospital grounds for the use of Medical 
students. This laboratory permits each student in the third and 
fourth years to have a place for clinical work, including micro- 
scopes and reagents, the use of a dark room, access to a polari- 
scope and other instruments. It also contains rooms for special 
study and research. 



VIII 

THE FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

This endowment for the study of tuberculosis has been placed 
in the hands of the Hospital Trustees for the study of the con- 
ditions of tubercular disease in Baltimore. Through the funds 
afforded it has been practicable to employ a medical graduate to 
follow cases of tuberculosis and to watch the effects of methods 
of treatment; also to secure the services of medical students and 
nurses to visit the homes of tubercular patients and to give in- 
struction as to the better care of the victims of the disease. By 
means of this fund facilities are further afforded to students to 
study tubercular cases that come to the out-patient department 
of the Hospital. 



f IX 

THE PHIPPS FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps, a fund of $20,000 
has been given to the Hospital for the special study of cases of 
tuberculosis in connection with the out-patient department. This 
fund has enabled the Hospital to erect a separate building which 
provides separate accommodations for tubercular patients who 
come to the dispensary. Rooms are also arranged for examina- 
tion and treatment, for a library of works on tuberculosis, and 
for the laboratory study of special forms of the disease. The 
facilities thus afforded for the out-patient department give une- 
qualed opportunities for the study of all forms of tuberculosis. 



915] Appendix 191 



THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 

In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, June 
12, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps, of New York, offered the funds neces- 
sary for the erection of a psychiatric hospital, on the grounds of 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to accommodate about eighty patients 
and to contain the necessary laboratory equipment, hydro-thera- 
peutic apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment. He 
offered, moreover, to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, additional funds for the establishment of a department 
of psychiatry for a period of ten years from the opening of the 
clinic. This generous offer was accepted by the Trustees of the 
University and Hospital, and, after conference, the respective 
Boards elected Dr. Adolf Meyer, Professor of Psychiatry on the 
part of the University, and Director of the Clinic on the part of 
the Hospital. The new hospital building and laboratory will be 
opened during the year 1911-12. 



XI 

THE HARRIET LANE HOME FOR INVALID CHILDREN 

By her last will, Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, of Washington, 
D. C, left the sum of about $400,000 to establish in Baltimore The 
Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children as a memorial of two 
sons who had died in childhood. In order to give this Home the 
largest usefulness, the Trustees decided to erect it upon the 
grounds of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and to open its wards for 
the instruction of nurses and physicians in the care and treat- 
ment of the diseases of children. The building, which will ac- 
commodate about 100 children, is now completed and will be 
opened during the year 1911-12. It will afford unusual facilities 
for the study of all diseases of children, including those of an 
infectious nature. 



THE JOSEPH KERNOCHAN GARR SCHOLARSHIP 

Through the kindness of Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, of Baltimore, 
the Medical Faculty is authorized to provide a scholarship 
amounting to $100 a year to aid a deserving student. The schol- 
arship is to be known as "The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholar- 
ship.'' 



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XIII 



HOPKINS SCHOLARSHIPS 



Six Hopkins Scholarships are annually open to students from 
North Carolina and Virginia. These scholarships grant free tui- 
tion for one year. Three are given to fourth-year students, two 
to third-year students and one to second-year students. Applica- 
tions should be addressed to the President of the University 
before May 1, in accordance with a prescribed form. In addition 
to these six scholarships, any of the thirty Hopkins Scholarships 
offered to graduate students in the department of philosophy that 
are not required for such students may be awarded to students of 
medicine. 



PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTORS AND GRADU- 
ATES OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICAL SCHOOL 
FOR THE YEARS 1910 AND 1911 

(June 1, 1910— August 1, 1911) 



John J. Abel and Henry G. Barbour. Tetanic convulsions in 
frogs produced by acid fuchsin, and their relation to the 
problem of inhibition in the central nervous system. — Jour- 
nal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1910, 
II, 167. 

and D. I. Macht. The poisons of the tropical toad, Bufo 

agua. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, 
LYI, 1531. 

Frank C. Ainsley and P. C. Goldsborough. The renal activity 
in pregnant and puerperal women as revealed by the phenol- 
sulphonephthalein tests. — Ibid., 1910, LV, 2058. 

and M. C. Winternitz. Catalytic activity of the blood in the 

toxemias of pregnancy. — American Journal of Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children, December, 1910. 

Samuel Amberg and Walter Jones. On the application of the 
optical method to a study of the enzymatic decomposition of 
nucleic acids. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1911, X, 81. 

and Walter Jones. Ueber die bei der Spaltung der Nucleine 

in Betracht hommenden Permente mit besonderer Beriich- 
sichtigung der Bildung von Hypoxanthin in der Abwesenheit 
von Adenase. — Zeitschrift fiir physiologische Chemie, 1911, 
LXXIII, 407. 

John Auer. Acute anaphylactic death in rabbits. — American 
Journal of Physiology, 1911, XXVII, Proceedings of the Amer- 
ican Physiological Society, p. xxiv. 

and S. J. Meltzer. On absorption from intramuscular tis- 
sue. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 328. 

Ueber den plotzlichen anaphylaktischen Tod beim Kanin- 

chen. — Zentralblatt fiir Physiologie, 1911, XXIV, 957. 

Experiments with the intravenous injection of salvarsan in 

acid solution. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VIII, 169. 

Charles R. Austrian. The viscosity of the blood in health and 
disease. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 9. 

Hyperleucocytosis of high grade in broncho-pneumonia in a 

child.— Ibid., 1911, XXII, 296. 

193 



194 Medical Department [918 

Jay Hartey Bacon. A case of pellagra in Illinois. — Journal of 
the American Medical Association, 1910, LIV, 1783. 

Frederick Henry Baetjer. The X-ray diagnosis of bone cysts. — 
The Quarterly of the American Roentgen Ray Society, 1911. 

Frederick W. Bancroft. A review of the recent experimental 
work on malignant growths. — Colorado Medicine, June, 1911. 

Henry G. Barbour and John J. Abel. Tetanic convulsions in 
frogs produced by acid fuchsin, and their relation to the 
problem of inhibition in the central nervous system. — Jour- 
nal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1910, 
II, 167. 

Charles G. Bardeen. Further studies on the variation in sus- 
ceptibility of amphibian ova to the X-rays at different stages 
of development. — American Journal of Anatomy, 1911, XI, 
419. 

Lewellys F. Barker. Introduction to Diseases of the nervous 
system. — Osier's Modern Medicine, 1910, VII, 17. 

The methods of examining the blood of greatest importance 

for the general practitioner. — International Clinics, 1910, 
20. s., IV, 20. 

Paroxysmal-arteriospasm with hypertension in the gastric 

crises of tabes. — American Journal of Medical Science, 1910, 
CXXXIX, 631. 

On some of the triumphs of modern medicine. — Empire Club 

Addresses, Toronto, 1910. 

Chapters on the treatment of cerebrospinal fever, cholera 

and plague. — Musser and Kelly's System of Therapeutics, 
1910. 

Electrocardiography and phonocardiography. A collective 

review.— Ibid., 1910, XXI, 358. 

Treatment of some forms of cardiac failure. — Virginia Medi- 
cal Semi-Monthly, January 27 and February 10, 1911. 

Management of children predisposed to nervousness. — Bulle- 
tin of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 
March, 1911. 

Francis M. Barnes, Jr., and William A. White. A plan for 
indexing cases in hospitals for the insane. — American Jour- 
nal of Insanity, 1911, LXVII, 597. 

-Pupillary disturbances in the alcoholic psychoses. — New 

York Medical Journal, 1911, XCIII, 928. 



919] Publications 195 

George D. Barnett and Walter Jones. On the recovery of ade- 
nine. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1911, IX, 93. 

Albert H. Beifeld. The relation of the tonsils to heart dis- 
ease. — Interstate Medical Journal, XVIII, No. 6. 

Bertram M. Bernheim. Organoscopy. — Annals of Surgery, June, 
1911. 

and C. Voegtlin. The role of the portal circulation of the 

liver in bile formation and jaundice. — Journal of Pharma- 
cology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 455. 

and Carl Voegtlin. The liver in its relation to anaphylactic 

shock.— Ibid., 1911, II. 

John M. Berry. Treatment of paralysis following acute polio- 
myelitis. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1911, LVI, 1031. 

Joseph C. Bloodgood. Recent progress in surgical treatment of 
malignant growths.— Ibid., 1910, LV, 1537. 

Surgical treatment of cutaneous malignant growths. — Ibid., 

1910, LV, 1615. 

Medical and surgical aspects of tumors. — Maryland Medical 

Journal, January, 1911. 

J. R. Bromwell Branch. A modified Gilliam operation for sus- 
pending the uterus by the round ligaments. — American Jour- 
nal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Oc- 
tober, 1910. 

A popliteal aneurysm of unusual size. — Surgery, Gynecology 

and Obstetrics, December, 1910, p. 593. 

A case of hematosalpinx with cervical atresia. — Journal of 

the American Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 803. 

Tubal pregnancy. — Journal-Record of Medicine, June, 1910. 

Walter V. Brem. Hexamethylenamin in treatment of a case of 
meningococcus meningitis. — New York Medical Journal, Oc- 
tober 22, 1910. 

and A. H. Zeiler. Ipecac in treatment of intestinal ame- 
biasis. — American Journal of Medical Science, November, 
1910. 

» Studies of malaria in Panama: I. Clinical studies of malaria 

and the white race. — Archives of Internal Medicine, Decem- 
ber, 1910. 

Leverett Dale Bristol. A case of amebic dysentery. — St. Paul 
Medical Journal, January, 1911. 



196 Medical Department [920 

. A case of general maldevelopment, with special reference to 

uterus and vagina. — Ibid., February, 1911. 

Max Brodel. In memoriam. August Horn. — Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 21. 

Thomas R. Brown. Urinary hyperacidity and its relation to 
neuritis, neuralgia and myalgia. — Ibid., 1911, XXII, 1. 

Lawrason Brown and Daniel Smith. The cultivation of tubercle 
bacilli directly from sputum by the use of antiformin. — 
Journal of Medical Research, 1910, XXII, 517. 

Wade H. Brown. The value of hydrogen peroxid in the micro- 
chemical determination of iron. — Journal of Experimental 
Medicine, 1911, XIII, 477. 

Changes in the hemosiderin content of the rabbit's liver 

during autolysis.— Ibid., 1910, XII, 623. 

Malarial pigment (so-called melanin): Its nature and mode 

of production.— Ibid., 1911, XIII, 290. 

Tincture of iodine as a skin antiseptic. — Wisconsin Medical 

Journal, 1910, IX, 323. 

Charles H. Bunting. Blood platelets and megalokarocytes in 
Hodgkin's disease. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 114. 

Louis Herbert Burlingham. Chapter on the out-patient depart- 
ment. — Aiken's Hospital Management. 

Montrose T. Burrows and Alexis Carrel. Cultivation of adult 
tissues and organs outside of the body. — Journal of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, 1910, LV, 1379. 

and Alexis Carrel. Cultivation of sarcoma outside of the 

bodyf A second note.— Ibid., 1910, LV, 1554. 

— i — and Alexis Carrel. Human sarcoma cultivated outside of 
the body. A third note.— Ibid., 1910, LV, 1732. 

The cultivation of the tissues of the chick-embryo outside 

the body.— Ibid., 1910, LV, 2057. 

and Alexis Carrel. Artificial stimulation and inhibition of 

the growth of normal and sarcomatous tissues. — Ibid., 1911, 
LVI, 32. 

and Alexis Carrel. La culture des tissus "in vitro/' — La 

Presse Medicale, March 18, 1911. 

The growth of tissues of the chick-embryo outside the ani- 
mal body, with special reference to the nervous system. — 
The Journal of Experimental Zoology, 1911, X, 63. 



921] Publications 197 

— — and Alexis Carrel. Cultivation of tissues in vitro and its 
technique. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 
387. 

and Alexis Carrel. Cultivation in vitro of the thyroid 

gland.— Ibid., 1911, XIII, 416. 

and Alexis Carrel. On the physicochemical regulation of 

the growth of tissues.— Ibid., 1911, XIII, 562. 

and Alexis Carrel. Cultivation in vitro of malignant tu- 
mors.— Ibid., 1911, XIII, 571. 

Culture des tissus d'embryon de poulet et specialment cul- 
ture des nerfs de poulet en dehors de l'organisme. — Gomptes 
rendus de la Societe de Biologie, 1910, p. 291. 

— i — and Alexis Carrel. La culture des tissus adultes en dehors 
de l'organisme. — Ibid., 1910, p. 293. 

and Alexis Carrel. Culture de substance renale en dehors 

de l'organisme. — Ibid., 1910, p. 298. 

-and Alexis Carrel. Culture de moelle osseuse et de rate. — 

Ibid., 1910, p. 299. 

' and Alexis Carrel. Cultures primaires, secondaires et ter- 

tiaires de glande thyroide et culture de peritoine. — Ibid., 
1910, p. 329. 

and Alexis Carrel. Culture de sarcome en dehors de l'or- 

ganisme. — Ibid., 1910, p. 332. 

>and Alexis Carrel. Seconde generation de cellules thy- 

roidiennes. — Ibid., 1910, p. 365. 

and Alexis Carrel. Culture in vitro d'un sarcome hu- 

main— Ibid., 1910, p. 367. 

and Alexis Carrel. A propos des cultures "in vitro" des 

tissus de mammiferes. — Ibid., 1911, p. 3. 

Harry W. Carey. The formation of gallstones. — Albany Medical 
Annals, May, 1911. 

and J. B. Harvie. A rapidly fatal case of amoebiasis, with 

abscess of the liver, originating in the village of Green 
Island, New York. — New York Medical Journal, January 21, 
1911. 

John R. Caulk. Nephrolithotomy and pyelolithotomy: A review 
of recent literature. — Interstate Medical Journal, 1910, XVII, 
788. 

Tests for renal function : A review of recent literature. — 

Ibid., XVII, 961. 



198 Medical Department [022 

Treatment of prostatic hypertrophy: A review of recent 

literature.— Ibid., XVIII, 419. 

Perineal prostatectomy: Its preliminary treatment and after- 
care.— Ibid., XVIII, 491. 

In certain symptoms which are frequently unrecognized as 

being indication of disturbances of the prostate and verum- 
ontanum. — Read before Missouri State Medical Association, 
May 17, 1911. 

Burns S. Chaffee, G. H. Whipple and R. F. Fisher. The Cam- 
midge test in experimental pancreatitis and other condi- 
tions. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1910, XXI, 339. 

James H. Chesnutt. Erythromelalgia. — Arkansas State Medical 
Journal, January, 1911. 

Brain syphilis. — Ibid., May, 1911. 

Henry A. Christian. The concentration plan of teaching medi- 
cine. — Bulletin of the American Academy of Medicine, De- 
cember, 1910. 

Observations on the spurilla of relapsing fever. — Archives of 

Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 1. 

John W. Churchman. The value of animal experimentation as 
illustrated by recent advances in the study of syphilis. — 
Defense of Research Pamphlet, XX. 

Primary general peritonitis, with isolation of the bacillus 

lactis aerogenes in pure culture from the peritoneal exu- 
date. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 116. 

Acute cholecystitis, with large amounts of calcium soap in 

the gall bladder.— Ibid., 1911, XXII, 223. 

Eliot R. Clark. An examination of the methods used in the 
study of the development of the lymphatic system. — Ana- 
tomical Record, 1911, V, 395. 

T. Wood Clarke. The problem of elemental life. — Science, 1910, 
n. s. XXXII, 719. 

and R. M. Curts. Sulphhemoglobinemia, with a report of 

the first case in America. — Medical Record, December 3, 1910. 

Paul W. Clough. Beitrage zur Frage der Anaphylaxie. — Arbeiten 
aus d. kais. Gesundheitsamte, 1911, XXXI, 431. 

and Steffenhagen. Biologische Untersuchungen uber die 

Herkunft von Knochen. — Berliner klinischer Wochenschrift, 
1910, No. 46. 



923] Publications 199 

Herbert C. Cole. Transfusion in pellagra: A review of twenty 
cases.— -Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, 
LVI, 584. 

Considerations in surgical convalescence. — Journal-Record of 

Medicine, September, 1910. 

Radical cure of painful halux valgus (bunion). — Southern 

Medical Journal, April, 1911. 

and G. J. Winthrop. Geographical distribution of hook- 
worm disease in Alabama. — Gulf States Journal of Medicine 
and Surgery and Journal of the Southern Medical Associa- 
tion, July, 1910. 

'Factors in shortening the convalescence of surgical cases. — 

Ibid., August, 1910. 

The value of transfusion in pellagra. — New Orleans Medical 

and Surgical Journal, August, 1910. 

Guy L. Connor. Acute poliomyelitis. — Journal of the Michigan 
State Medical Society, February, 1911. 

Chorea minor. — Detroit Medical Journal, July, 1911. 

Jean V. Cooke. Changes in nitrogenous metabolism after para- 
thyroidectomy. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, 
XIII, 439. 

Metabolism after parathyroidectomy. — American Journal of 

Medical Sciences, 1910, CXL, 404. 

George W. Corner, 3d. Notes on disintegration in an infuso- 
rian. — Johns Hopkins University Circular, February, 1911. 

Fred Yohn Cronk. The early recognition and treatment of hyper- 
thyroidism. — Journal of the Michigan State Medical Society, 
1911. 

Ernest S. Cross. Hypopituitarism. — New York Medical Journal, 
October 15, 1910. 

Thomas S. Cullen. Carcinoma of the right Fallopian tube read- 
ily palpable through the abdomen. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 20. 

Surgical diseases of the umbilicus. — Journal of the American 

Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 391. 

Robert L. Cunningham. The seventh year at the Barlow Sana- 
torium, Los Angeles, Cal. — Southern California Practitioner, 
January, 1911. 

The history of medicine from Hippocrates to Galen. — South- 
ern California Practitioner, 1911. 



200 Medical Department [924 

Harvey Cushing. The special field of neurological surgery: Five 
years later. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1910, XXI, 
325. 

E. Goetsch and C. Jacobson. Carbohydrate tolerance and 

the posterior lobe of the hypophysis cerebri. — Ibid.. 1911, 
XXII, 165. 

and G. J. Heuer. Distortions of the visual fields in cases of 

brain tumor.— Ibid., 1911, XXII, 190. 

and Emil Goetsch. Concerning the secretion of the in- 
fundibular lobe of the pituitary body and its presence in the 
cerebrospinal fluid. — American Journal of Physiology, 1910, 
XXVII, 60. 

Walter E. Dandy and Emil Goetsch. The blood supply of the 
pituitary body. — American Journal of Anatomy, 1911, XI, 137. 

Howard I. Davenport. Notes on certain tests for indican in the 
urine. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1910, 
LV, 855. 

David M. Davis. Studies on the chief veins in early pig embryos, 
and the origin of the vena cava inferior. — American Journal 
of Anatomy, 1910, X, 461. 

John Stage Davis. Treatment of scalping accidents. — Annals of 
Surgery, December, 1910. 

Scalping accidents. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1911, 

XVI, 257. 

A further note on the clinical use of scarlet red and its com- 
ponent amidoazotoluol in stimulating the epitheliation of 
granulating surfaces. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 
1911, XXII, 210; also, Annals of Surgery, May, 1911. 

Alphonse Raymond Dochez, E. L. Opie and B. I. JBarker. Changes 
in the proteolytic enzymes and anti-enzymes of the blood 
serum produced by substances (chloroform and phosphorus) 
which cause degenerative changes in the liver. — Journal of 
Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 162. 

Robert U. Drinkard. Membranous croup or laryngeal diphthe- 
ria. — West Virginia Medical Journal, November, 1910. 

Richard N. Duffy. The diagnosis of genital gonorrhea in the 
female. — Charlotte Medical Journal, April, 1911. 

Anfin Egdahl. A case of poisoning due to eating poison-hemlock 
(cicuta maculata). — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 
348. 

Charles P. Emerson. Clinical diagnosis. 3d edition. 



925] Publications 201 

Essentials of medicine. 2nd edition. 

Max Emmert. The dietetics and therapeutics of autointoxica- 
tion. — Iowa Medical Journal, Aug. 15, 1910. 

Joseph Erlanger. Observations on auricular strips of the cat's 
heart. — American Journal of Physiology, 1910, XXVII, 87. 

Herbert M. Evans. Die Entwicklung des Blutgefassystems. — 
Handbuch der Entwicklung sgeschichte des Menschen, heraus- 
gegeben von Keibel und Mall, Bd. II, Leipzig, 1911. 

Clarence B. Parrar. Documented delirium. An autopathogra- 
phy. — American Journal of Insanity, 1911, LXVII, 571. 

Newell S. Ferry. A preliminary report of the bacteriological 
findings in canine distemper. — American Veterinary Review, 
1910, XXXVII, No. 4. 

The etiology of canine distemper. — The Journal of Infectious 

Diseases, 1911, VIII, No. 4. 

and C. T. McClintock. The resistance of smallpox vaccine 

to the coal tar disinfectants. — Journal of the American Public 
Health Association, 1911, I, No. 6. 

— i — and C. T. McClintock. Production of immunity with over- 
neutralized diphtheria toxin. — Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie, 
Parasitenkunde und Infektionskraxkheiten, Abt. I, Originale, 
Bd. 59, Heft 4. 

Roland P. Fisher, G. H. Whipple and B. S. Chaffee. The Cam- 
midge test in experimental pancreatitis and other condi- 
tions. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1910, XXI, 339 

Joseph M. Flint. Compensatory hypertrophy of the small intes- 
tine following resection of large portions of the jejunum 
and ileum. — Transactions of the Connecticut State Medical 
Society, 1910. 

William W. Ford. Further observations on the immunisation of 
animals to the poisons in fungi. — Journal of Pharmacology 
and Experimental Therapeutics, 1910, II, 145. 

The distribution of haemolysins, agglutinins and poisons in 

fungi, especially the amanitas, the entolomas, and lacta- 
rins.—Ibid., 1911, II, 285. 

Some observations on the bacteriology of the Baltimore City 

water. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 53. 

Nellis B. Foster. Dietetic treatment of diabetes mellitus. — 
American Journal of Medical Sciences, February, 1911. 



202 Medical Department [928 

Creatin and creatinine metabolism during convalescence 

after typhoid fever. — Proceedings of Society of Experimental 
Biology and Medicine, 1910, VIII, 30. 

Creatin and creatinine metabolism in dogs with Eck fis- 
tula. — Ibid., 1910, VIII, 33; also, Journal of Biological Chem- 
istry, 1911, IX, 359. 

Harry Atwood Fowler. Diagnosis and treatment of pyelitis. — 
Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly, December 9, 1910. 

Empyema of the ureter. — Annals of Surgery, March, 1911. 

Allen W. Freeman. Rural hygiene. — Albany Medical Annals, 
1911, XXXII, 63. 

The prevalence and prevention of hookworm disease in Vir- 
ginia. — Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly, 1911, XVI, 57. 

and R. Messer. An epidemic of typhoid fever at Lexington, 

Va., evidently caused by leaks from sewer to water mains. — 
Engineering News, 1911, LXV, 498. 

Frank Taylor Fulton. Epidemic poliomyelitis. — Providence 
Medical Journal, September, 1910. 

— i — Ehrlich's new remedy for syphilis. — Ibid., March, 1911. 

and C. D. Sawyer. The treatment of syphilis with Ehrlich's 

salvarsan. — Ibid., May, 1911. 

Lewis M. Gaines. Vaccine therapy, with special reference to so- 
called surgical tuberculosis. — Journal-Record of Medicine, 
i March, 1911. 

Harold G. Garwood. Atrophy of the liver, atrophic cirrhosis of 
spleen and pancreas, and fatty degeneration of the kid- 
neys. — Colorado Medicine, November, 1910. 

Willis D. Gatch. Report of a case of extensive Tiersch skin 
graft. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 84. 

The treatment of abdominal aneurism with the metallic 

band. — Annals of Surgery, July, 1911. 

The use of rebreathing in the administration of anaesthet- 
ics. — Transactions of the American Surgical Association for 
1911; also, Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1911. 

Frederick P. Gay. Immunology. A medical science developed 
through animal experimentation. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 578. 






927] Publications 203 

The fixation reaction in relation to the formation of specific 

serum precipitates. — University of California Publications in 
Pathology, 1911, II, 1. 

A comparison between the Bordet-Gengou fixation reaction 

and the Wasserman reaction, based on the relative dosage 
of the reacting substances. — Ibid., 1911, II, 23. 

The experimental basis of vaccine therapy. — California State 

Journal of Medicine, 1911, IX, 267. 

John T. Geraghty. Method of treating the prostatic utricle. — 
Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 731. 

and L. G. Rowntree. Further data relating to the value of 

phenolsulphonephthalein in estimating the functional ca- 
pacity of the kidney. — Journal of Pharmacology and Experi- 
mental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 393. 

Herbert Z. Giffin. Diverticulitis of the rectum. — Annals of Sur- 
gery, April, 1911. 

The examination of the nose and throat in relation to general 

diagnosis: Results in asthma following nasal operation. — 
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1911, CLXIV, 228. 

G. Burton Gilbert. Unusual idiosyncrasy to aspirin. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, 1911, LVI. 

and G. B. Webb. Vaccine therapy: Theories regarding cer- 
tain failures. Preliminary Report. — Colorado Medicine, Feb- 
ruary, 1911. 

and G. B. Webb. Vaccine therapy: Second note. — Ibid., April, 

1911. 

T. Casper Gilchrist. Vaccine therapy as applied to skin dis- 
eases. — Transactions of Congress of American Physicians 
and Surgeons, VIII, 160. 

Philip K. Gilman. Status of vaccine work in cancer. — California 
State Journal of Medicine, March, 1911. 

Emil Goetsch and Harvey Cushing. Concerning the secretion 
of the infundibular lobe of the pituitary body and its pres- 
ence in the cerebrospinal fluid. — American Journal of Physi- 
ology, 1910, XXVII, 60. 

and W. E. Dandy. The blood supply of the pituitary body. — 

American Journal of Anatomy, 1911, XI, 137. 

H. Cushing and C. Jacobson. — Carbohydrate tolerance and 

the posterior lobe of the hypophysis cerebri. — The Johns 
Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 165. 



204 Medical Department [928 

Francis C. Goldsboeough and F. C. Ainley. The renal activity 
in pregnant and puerperal women as revealed by the phenol- 
sulphonephthalein tests. — Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 1910, LV, 2058. 

L. Whittington Gorham. Adeno-myxofibroma papillare intra- 
canaliculare mammae mit Sarkom und Epidermiszysten. — 
Strasburger medizinischen Zeitung, 1911, Heft 6. 

The radiation of pain in renal calculus, with a report of an 

atypical case. — International Clinics, 1910, Series 20, Vol. III. 

F. Webb Griffith. Louis Pasteur. — Charlotte Medical Journal, 
May, 1911. 

A case of hyperpyrexia due to pelvic abscess. — Journal of 

the South Carolina Medical Association, July, 1911. 

Milton Hahn. Hemophilia treated by transfusion. — Medical Rec- 
ord, October 8, 1910. 

Louis V. Hamman. The heart muscle in typhoid fever. — Archives 
of Internal Medicine, October 15, 1910. 

and S. Wolman. Cutaneous and conjunctival tuberculin tests 

in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis. — Ibid., Decem- 
ber, 1910. 

Frederic M. Hanes and R. A. Lambert. Growth in vitro of the 
transplantable sarcomas of rats and mice. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 33. 

Frederic M. Hanes and R. A. Lambert. Cultivation in vitro of 
rat sarcoma. — Ibid., 1911, LVI, 587. 

Frederic M. Hanes and R. A. Lambert. Migration of ameboid 
movement of sarcoma cells growing in vitro and its bearing 
on the problem of the spread of malignant growths in the 
body.— Ibid., 1911, LVI, 791. 

The relations of the interstitial cells of Leydig to the produc- 
tion of an internal secretion by the mammalian testis. — Jour- 
nal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 338. 

and Jacob Rosenbloom. A histological and chemical study 

of the fatty matter of normal and cryptorchid testes. — Ibid., 
1911, XIII, 355. 

Henry Hanson. Distoma pulmonale in Wisconsin. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 112. 

Thomas Wood Hastings and Walter L. Niles. The bacteriology 
of sputum in common non-tuberculous infections of the upper 
and lower respiratory tracts, with special reference to lobar 
and broncho-pneumonia. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 
1911, XIII, 638. 



929] Publications 205 

and E. D. Lovejoy. The isolation and growth of the acne 

bacillus. — Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, 1911, XXIX, 80. 

Henry H. Hazen and H. P. Parker. Erythema multiforme iris 
during the course of typhoid fever. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 79. 

and E. R. Strobel. Mycosis fungoides in the negro. — Jour- 
nal of Cutaneous Diseases, March, 1911. 

and H. H. Kerr. Epithelioma of the upper lip in a pure 

negro. — Ibid., June, 1911. 

Henry F. Helmholz. Pyrogenic action of salt solution in rab- 
bits. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 468. 

— ' — Studies on milk sugar. Archives of Pediatrics, 1911, XXVIII, 
373. 

Duodenal ulcer in infancy. — Transactions of the Chicago 

Pathological Society, 1911, VIII, 204. 

and Arthur H. Curtis. A study of the anterior horn cells 

of an amelus and their relation to the development of the 
extremities.— Ibid., 1911, VIII. 

and R. T. Woodyatt. The use of blood charcoal as a clearing 

agent for urine containing glucose. — Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 1911, VII, 598. 

Josephine Hemenway. Constant presence of tubercle bacilli in 
the cerebrospinal fluid of tuberculous meningitis. — American 
Journal of Diseases of Children, January, 1911. 

Gladys R. Henry, M. C. Winternitz and F. McPhedran. The de- 
termination of the catalytic activity of the blood as a clinical 
diagnostic method. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 
624. 

Alfred B. Herrick. Abscess of the liver. — Surgery, Gynecology, 
and Oostetrics, November, 1910. 

George J. Heuer and H. Cushing. Distortions of the visual fields 
in cases of brain tumor. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 
1911, XXII, 190. 

Albion Walter Hewlett. Circulatory changes in exophthalmic 
goitre. — Ohio State Medical Journal, October 15, 1910. 

Auricular fibrillation associated with auricular extrasys- 

toles.— Heart, 1911, II, 107. 

The effect of room temperature upon the blood flow in the 

arm, with a few observations on the effect of fever. — Ibid., 
1911, II, 230. 



200 Medical Department [930 

and J. G. Van Zwaluwenburg. A comparison of the blood 

flow in the arm and in the hand. — Proceedings of the Society 
for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1911. 

Eben C. Hill. The high death rate from diphtheria in the 
United States. — Medical Record, April 1, 1911. 

"Carriers" in relation to the spread of diphtheria. — Ibid., 

June, 1911. 

A simple, quickly removable head bandage. — Boston Medical 

and Surgical Journal, 1911, CLXIV, 460. 

Flat-foot: A possible cause of backache. — The Military Sur- 
geon, January, 1911. 

A simple method of rectal feeding or proctolysis. — Journal 

of the American Medical Association, 1910, LV, 2233. 

Frank Hinman. The significance of jaundice in gall-stone dis- 
ease. — Northwest Medicine, April, 1911. 

The principles of specific therapy. — Ibid., July, 1911. 

Arthur D. Hirschfelder. Functional disturbances in paroxysmal 
tachycardia. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1910, VI, 380. 

Recent studies upon the electrocardiogram and upon the 

changes in the volume of the heart. — Interstate Medical Jour- 
nal, 1911, XVIII, 557. 

'Functional tests of cardiac efficiency. — International Clinics, 

1910, Series XX, IV, 39. 

Leonard K. Hirshberg. Phenomenon caused by the proteins of 
bivalves, mussels, berries and tomatoes. — Journal of Ameri- 
can Medicine, October 15, 1910. 

The truth about Christian science. — New York, Dodge and 

Co., 1911. 

A new disease, oyster-shell finger nails. — American Journal 

of Dermatology, July, 1911. 

Researches in prophylactic and anaphylactic medicine. — 

American Journal of the Medical Sciences, May, 1911. 

Donald R. Hooker. A study of the isolated kidney — The influ- 
ence of pulse pressure upon renal function. — American Jour- 
nal of Physiology, 1910, XXVII, 24. 

— i — The effect of exercise on the venous blood pressure. — Ibid., 
XXVIII, 235. 

The chemical regulation of vascular tone as studied upon 

the perfused blood vessels of the frog.— Ibid., XXVIII, 361. 



931] Publications 207 

Henry Spencer Houghton. Notes on infections with Schistoso- 
mum Japonicum. — Transactions of the Society for Tropical 
Medicine and Hygiene, June, 1910. 

Intestinal parasites in Anhuei province — in report on a series 

of 500 cases. — The China Medical Journal, 1911, XXV, No. 3. 

William H. Howell. The preparation and properties of throm- 
bin, together with observations on antithrombin and pro- 
thrombin. — American Journal of Physiology, 1910, XXVI, 453. 

Edward H. Hume. Notes on the surgery of tuberculosis. — China 
Medical Journal, May, 1911. 

Guy L. Hunner. Chronic urethritis and chronic ureteritis caused 
by tonsillitis. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1911, LVI, 937. 

Ectopic gestation from the standpoint of the general prac- 
titioner, with special reference to the appendix as a causal 
factor. — American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of 
Women and Children, 1910, LXII, 409. 

Henry M. Hurd. Florence Nightingale — A force in medicine. — 
The Johns Hopkins Nurses 1 Alumnae Magazine, July, 1910. 

The site of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. — Ibid., April, 1911. 

Co-operation among hospitals. — International Hospital Rec- 
ord, March, 1911. 

A history of institutional care of the insane in the United 

States and Canada. — American Journal of Insanity, 1911, 
LXVII, 587; also, Transactions of American Medico-Psycho- 
logical Association, 1910. 

The medical service of hospitals. — Chapter IV of Hospital 

Management, 1911. 

Samuel H. Hurwitz and G. H. Whipple. Fibrinogen of the blood 
as influenced by the liver necrosis of chloroform poisoning. — 
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 136. 

Henry T. Hutchins. Complete anatomical and functional res- 
toration of the anus. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 
1911, XII, No. 6. 

Clarence B. Ingraham. Two cases of antepartum infection. — 
American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and 
Children, February, 1911. 

■ The Chamberlens and the obstetrical forceps. — Ibid., 1911, 

LXIII, No. 5. 



208 Medical Department [932 

An analysis of the course of labor in 100 occiput posterior 

presentations. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 5. 

Conrad Jacobson, H. Cushing and E. Goetsch. Carbohydrate tol- 
erance and the posterior lobe of the hypophysis cerebri. — 
Ibid., 1911, XXII, 165. 

Helmina Jeidell. A note on the source and character of the 
early blood vessels of the kidney. — Anatomical Record, 1911, 
V, 47. 

Louise Tayler- Jones. A record of the first 500 cases cared for 
at the Nathan Straus infants' milk depots of Washington, 
D. C.^Archives of Pediatrics, 1911, XXVIII, No. 4. 

Walter Jones and G. D. Barnett. On the recovery of adenine. — 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1911, IX, 93. 

Concerning nucleases. — Ibid., 1911, IX, 129. 

On the physiological agents which are concerned in the 

nuclein fermentation, with special reference to four independ- 
ent desamidases. — Ibid., 1911, IX, 169. 

— — and S. Amberg. On the application of the optical lnl!tHod"tb 
a study of the enzymatic decomposition of nucleic acids. — 
Ibid, X, 81. 

and S. Amberg. Ueber die bei der Spaltung der Nucleine in 

Betracht kommenden Fermente mit besonderer Beruchsichti- 
gung der Bildung von Hypoxanthin in der Abwesenheit von 
Adenase. — Zeitschrift fur physiologische Chemie, 1911, 
LXXIII, 407. 

Howard A. Kelly. Pyuria. — American Journal of Surgery, Janu- 
ary, 1911. 

A new and simple way of removing a renal calculus. — Jour- 
nal of the American Medical Association, 1911, LVII, 19. 

The best method of exposing the interior of the bladder in 

suprapubic operations. — American Journal of Obstetrics, Feb- 
ruary, 1911. 

— — Abdominal incision. Removal of wedge of skin and fat to 
facilitate operation. — Annals of Surgery, March, 1911. 

Abdominal pain. — Interstate Medical Journal, 1911, XVIII. 

John H. King and G. H. Whipple. The pathogenesis of icterus. — 
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 115. 

and J. E. Bigelow and L. Pearce. Experimental obstructive 

jaundice.— Ibid., 1911, XIV, 159. 



933] Publications 209 

Chakles R. Kingsley. A case of congenital deformities (patent 
ductus Botalli: Absence of left kidney and chronic periphe- 
ral oedema). — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 56. 

J. H. Mason Knox. Need of more complete registration of 
births. — Archives of Pediatrics, December, 1910. 

Importance of birth registration to determine infant mor- 
tality. — Journal of the American Public Health Association, 
January, 1911. 

Rudolph A. Kocher. Die pathologischanatomischen Veranderun- 
gen des Gehirus bei Cysticercus racemosus. — Beitrdge zur 
pathologischen Anatomie und zur allgemeinen Pathologie, 
1911, L, 338. 

Allen K. Krause. Studies in immunity to tuberculosis — Hyper- 
sensitiveness to tuberculo-protein and its relation to some 
tuberculosis problems. — Studies from the Saranac Laboratory 
for the Study of Tuberculosis ; also, The Journal of Medical 
Research, 1911, XXIV, 2, 361. 

The inheritance of tuberculo-protein hypersensitiveness in 

guinea-pigs.— Ibid., XXIV, 3, 469. 

Experimental studies on the tuberculo-protein hypersensi- 
tiveness and their possible applications. — The Johns Hopkins 
Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 245, 250. 

Louis W. Ladd. Cerebrospinal meningitis, especially diagnosis 
and treatment. — Cleveland Medical Journal, November, 1910. 

Joseph S. Lewis. Tincture of iodin for the umbilical cord. — Jour- 
nal of the American Medical Association, 1910, LV, 2236. 

Warren H. Lewis and Margaret Reed Lewis. The growth of em- 
bryonic chick tissues in artificial media, agar and bouillon. — 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XX, 126. 

and Margaret Reed Lewis. The cultivation of tissues in salt 

solutions. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1911, LVI, 1795. 

and Margaret Reed Lewis. The cultivation of tissues from 

chick embryos in solutions of NaCl, CaCl 2 , KC1, and NaHCo 3 . 
Anatomical Record, 1911, V, 277. 

Warfield T. Longcope. The Wassermann reaction in aortic in- 
sufficiency and other cardio-vascular diseases. — Bulletin of 
the Ayer Clinical Laboratory, 1910, I, No. 6. 

Retrogression in a case of lymphosarcoma of the intestines 

and peritoneum, — Ibid., 1910, I, No. 6. 



210 Medical Department [934 

and A. H. McClintock. The effect of permanent constriction 

of the splanchnic arteries and the association of cardiac 
hypertrophy with arterio-sclerosis. — Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 1910, VI, 439. 

Oswald S. Lowsley. The effects of various forms of exercise on 
systolic, diastolic, and pulse pressures and pulse rate. — 
American Journal of Physiology, 1911, XXVII, 446. 

Irving P. Lyon. Adiposis and lipomatosis considered in reference 
to their constitutional relations and symptomatology. — Ar- 
chives of Internal Medicine, 1910, VI, 28-120. 

Adiposis and lipomatosis considered in reference to their 

constitutional relations and symptomatology — Conclusions. — 
Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 
1909, XXIV, 499-501. 

Charles Neil McBryde. A bacteriological study of ham sour- 
ing. — TJ. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal In- 
dustry, Bulletin 132. 

William G. MacCallum. The future of medicine. — Columbia 
University Quarterly, December, 1910. 

Internal secretion of the pancreas. — Journal of the American 

Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 655. 

and C. Voegtlin. On the influence of various salts upon 

tetany following parathyroidectomy. — Journal of Pharmacol- 
ogy and Experimental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 421. 

The changes in the circulation in aortic insufficiency. — Johns 

Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 197. 

William C. MacCarty. Classification of appendicitis. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1910. 

— — and B. F. McGrath. Relation between appendicitis and dis- 
turbances in the gastro-duodeno-hepatico-pancreatic physio- 
logical system. — Annals of Surgery, December, 1910. 

and B. P. McGrath. Pathological and clinical significance of 

obliteration, carcinoma and diverticulum of the appendix. — 
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, May, 1911. 

Carcinoma of the Breast. — Old Dominion Medical Journal, 

April, 1911. 

Roy D. McClure and E. H. Pool. Transfusion by Carrel's end-to- 
end suture method. — Annals of Surgery, October, 1910. 

Archibald L. McDonald. Anomalous renal arteries and their re- 
lation to hydronephrosis. — Ibid., December, 1910. 



935] Publications 211 

Thomas McCrae. The principles of hydrotherapy. — Journal of 
the American Medical Association, 1910, LV, 1639. 

Dilatation of the aorta. — American Journal of Medical 

Sciences, October, 1910. 

'Typhoid spine, with the report of two additional cases with 

bony changes in the vertebrae. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1911, XXII, 75. 

Alexius McGlannan. Advantages of decompression in treatment 
of head injuries. — Maryland Medical Journal, February, 1911. 

Features of the hernia operation. — Military Surgeon, Febru- 
ary, 1911. 

F. McPhedran, G. R. Henry and M. C. Winternitz. The determi- 
nation of the catalytic activity of the blood as a clinical 
diagnostic method. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 
624. 

David I. Macht. Tuberculosis and menstruation. — American 
Journal of Medical Sciences, December, 1910. 

Calcium di-brombehenatum (sabromin) bei chorea. — Deutsche 

medizinische Wochenschrift, 1910, No. 49. 

— — Preface to Sa'adiah's Emunoth w' death (faith and rea- 
son). — Jewish Comment, Baltimore, XXXIII, No. 16. 

Embryology and obstetrics in ancient Hebrew literature. — 

Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 143. 

and John J. Abel. The poisons of the tropical toad, Bufo 

agua. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, 
LVI, 1531. 

James D. Madison, ^nronic influenzal bronchitis. — Ibid., 1910, 
477. 

Franklin P. Mall. A list of normal human embryos which have 
been cut into serial sections. — Anatomical Record, 1910, IV, 
355. 

Report upon the collection of human embryos at the Johns 

Hopkins University. — Anatomical Record, 1911, V, 343. 

and F. Keibel, Editors. Handbuch der Entwicklungsge- 

schichte des Menschen, Bd. 2, Hirzel, Leipzig, 1911. 

On the muscular architecture of the ventricles of the human 

heart. — American Journal of Anatomy, 1911, XI, 211. 

Edward Fall Malone. Ueber die Kerne des menschlichen Dien- 
cephalon. — Anhang zu den abhandlungen der Tconigl. Preuss. 
akademie der Wissenschaften vom Jahre, 1910. 



212 Medical Department [936 

Wilfred H. Manwaeing. Sero-physiologische Untersuchung. I. 
Der physiologische Mechanismus des anaphylaktischen 
Shocks. — Zeitschrift fur Immunitdts forschung, 1911, VIII, 1. 

Mitteilungen ueber die Beziehungen zwischen dem anaphy 

laktischen shock und dem Pepton-shock bei Hunden. — Ibid., 
1911, VIII, 589. 

David Marine and C. H. Lenhart. Further observations and ex- 
periments on the so-called thyroid carcinoma of the hook 
trout (salvelinus fontinalis) and its relation to endemic 
goitre. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 455. 

and C. H. Lenhart. On certain limitations in interpreting 

thyroid histology. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 217. 

Harry T. Marshall. Pathology of arteriosclerosis. — Virginia 
Medical Semi-Monthly, December 9, 1910. 

Herman W. Marshall. Principles underlying the study and 
treatment of chronic arthritis. — Boston Medical and Surgical 
Journal, 1910, CLXIII, 973. 

Arthritis of gastro-intestinal origin, its diagnosis and treat- 
ment. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1910, 
LV, 1871. 

Adolf Meyer. The present status of aphasia and apraxia. — The 
Harvey Lectures, 1909-1910, p. 228-250, with 48 figures. J. B. 
Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and London, 1910. 

The nature of dementia praecox. — The Journal of Abnormal 

Psychology, January, 1911. 

Arthur W. Meyer. The question of applied anatomy. — Anatom- 
ical Record, 1910, IV, 391. 

Robert T. Miller, Jr. Myiasis dermatosa due to the oxwarble 
flies. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1910, 
LV, 1978. 

The coincidence of volvulus and real or simulated strangu- 
lated hernia. — Annals of Surgery, February, 1911. 

Sydney R. Miller. Gastro-intestinal hormones and their signifi- 
cance. — International Clinics, Series 20, vol. III. 

Roger S. Morris. Two cases of congenital haemolytic jaundice, 
with splenomegaly. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 85. 

Mary Elizabeth Morse. The use of formalized cultures of ty- 
phoid bacilli for the agglutionation test. — Boston Medical and 
Surgical Journal, 1910, CLXII, No. 3. 



937] Publications 213 

Clelia Duel Mosher. A case of onychogryposis. — The Woman's 
Medical Journal, November, 1910. 

Functional periodicity in women and some of the modify- 
ing factors. — The Journal of the American Medical Associa- 
tion, 1911, LVI, pp. 1295-6. 

An analysis of reported cases of typhoid fever in epidemic 

of 1903.— Board of Health Report, Palo Alto, California, 1905. 

James B. Murphy. Note on the sulcus lunatus in the negro and 
white brains and its relation to the area striata. — Anatomical 
Record, 1910, IV. 

and P. P. Rous. Tumor implantations in the developing 

embryo. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, 
LVI, 741. 

Hannah G. Myrick. Some cases of sudden death during preg- 
nancy and the puerperium. — Boston Medical and Surgical 
Journal, 1910, CLXIII, No. 20. 

Groter C. Ney. Mesenteric cysts. — Annals of Surgery, July, 1911. 

Patrick I. Nixon. Gonococcal infections of the kidney. — Sur- 
gery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, April, 1911. 

Eugene L. Opie, B. I. Barker and A. R. Dochez. Changes in the 
proteolytic enzymes and anti-enzymes of the blood serum 
produced by substances (chloroform and phosphorus) which 
cause degenerative changes in the liver. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 162. 

Whliam Osler. The hospital unit in university work. — Lancet, 
January 28, 1911. 

Medical organization. — British Medical Journal, February 4, 

1911. 

Henry P. Parker and H. H. Hazen. Erythema multiforme iris 
during the course of typhoid fever. — Ibid., 1911, XXII, 79. 

George Peirce. The deviation of ferment action from the mono- 
molecular law, with special reference to the esterases. — 
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1910, XXXII, 
1517. 

Roger G. Perkins. Typhoid fever in Cleveland in relation to pol- 
lutions of Lake Erie. — Cleveland Medical Journal, 1911, X, 81. 

Damon B. Pfeiffer, J. B. Deaver and J. C. Da Costa. Vaccine 
therapy as an adjunct to surgery. — Surgery, Gynecology and 
Obstetrics, August, 1910. 

— i — Mixed tumors of the kidney. — University of Pennsylvania 
Medical Bulletin, October, 1910. 



214 Medical Department [938 

and J. B. Deaver. Myoma of the uterus, with special refer- 
ence to degenerative changes. — American Journal of Medical 
Sciences, June, 1911. 

Clemens E. von Pirquet. Allergy. — Archives of Internal Medi- 
cine, March, 1911. 

J. Hall Pleasants. Obstruction of the inferior vena cava, with 
a report of eighteen cases. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 
1911, XVI, 363. 

Selden I. Rainforth. The stereoscopic skin clinic. New York 
Medical Art Publishing Co., 1911. 

Robert L. Randolph. Diagnosis of subretinal mass. — Ophthal- 
mology, October, 1910. 

Two cases in which the Roentgen ray failed to locate a for- 
eign body afterward shown to be present in the eye. — Oph- 
thalmic Record, March, 1911. 

Henry O. Reik. Secondary efforts to hasten healing after mas- 
toidectomy. — Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, March 23, 
1911. 

Edward H. Richardson. Parasitic myomata, with a report of an 
unusual case. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Septem- 
ber, 1910. 

Walter B. Rogers and M. C. Winternitz. Observations upon the 
action of salts on the catalase of the blood in rabbits. — Jour- 

( nal of Experimental Medicine, 1910, XII, 755. 

Sylvan Rosenheim. A forceps for the control of tonsillar hem- 
orrhage. — The Laryngoscope, July, 1910. 

— i — The faucial tonsil. Its relation to systemic disease and the 
results of its removal. — Maryland Medical Journal, January 
and February, 1911. 

The submucous resection of the nasal septum, technique and 

results in the winter's practice. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 121. 

F. Peyton Rous. Metastasis and tumor immunity, with a trans- 
missible avian neoplasm. — Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 1910, LV, 1805. 

Transmission of a malignant new growth by means of a cell- 
free filtrate.— Ibid., 1911, LVI, 198. 

and James B. Murphy. Tumor implantations in the devel- 
oping embryo. — Ibid., 1911, LVI, 741. 



939] Publications 215 

Sarcome du poulet, transplantable et dounant des meta- 
stases. — Comptes rendus de la Societe de Biologie, 1910, 
LXIX, 331. 

The relations of embryonic tissue and tumor in mixed grafts. 

Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 239. 

The effect of pregnancy on implanted embryonic tissue. — 

Ibid., 1911, XIII, 248. 

A sarcoma of the fowl transmissible by an agent separable 

from the tumor cells.— Ibid., 1911, XIII, 397. 

The rate of tumor growth in underfed hosts. — Proceedings of 

the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1911, 
VIII. 

Leonard G. Rowntree and J. T. Geraghty. Further data relating 
to the value of phenolsulphonephthalein. — Journal of Phar- 
macology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 393. 

<Note concerning the laxative properties of the tribasic salts 

of phenolphthalic acid. — Journal of Pharmacology and Experi- 
mental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 469. 

Florence R. Sabin. Description of a model showing the tracts of 
fibres medullated in a new born baby's brain. — American 
Journal of Anatomy, 1911, XI, 113. 

Die Entwicklung des Lymphgefasssystems. — Keibel und MalVs 

Handbuch der Entwicklung sgeschte des Menschen. Leipzig, 
1911, Bd. II. 

Die Entwicklung der Milz. Ibid. 

Ernest Sachs and C. G. L. Wolf. Metabolism after hypophysec- 
tomy. — Proceedings of Society for Experimental Biology and 
Medicine. 

The relation of the thalmus to respiration, blood pressure 

and blood supply of spleen. — Ibid. 

The present status of cranial surgery. — American Medicine, 

June, 1911. 

John A. Sampson. Intramural abscess of the puerperal uterus. — 
American Journal of Obstetrics, 1910, LXI, No. 3. 

The participation of the tissues adjacent to the uterus and of 

the pelvic lymphatics in uterine cancer. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 101. 

Benjamin Robinson Schenck. A general consideration of the 
subject of pelvic infections, based upon the study of one hun- 
dred operative cases. — Journal of the Michigan State Medical 
Society, December, 1910. 



216 Medical Department [940 

Chapters on diseases of the tubes and ovaries. — American 

Practice of Surgery, Vol. VIII. 

Concerning so-called essential hematuria, with especial refer- 
ence to the hematuria accompanying mild grades of nephri- 
tis. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, July, 1911. 

Oscar M. Schloss. The normal percentages of the different va- 
rieties of leukocytes in infants and children. — Archives of 
Internal Medicine, 1910, VI, 638. 

and J. L. Crawford. Metabolism of nitrogen, phosphorus 

and the purin substances in the new-born, with special refer- 
ence to the causation of the uric acid infarcts of the kid- 
ney. — American Journal of Diseases of Children, 1911, I, 203. 

and L. J. J. Commiskey. Spontaneous hemorrhage in the 

new-born.— Ibid., 1911, I, 276. 

The association of "rheumatic fever" and the erythema group 

of skin diseases. With a report of four cases. — American 
Journal of the Medical Sciences, August, 1910. 

Ferdinand Schmitter. Abdominal diphtheria. — Military Sur- 
geon, November, 1910. 

Oscar T. Schultz. Parasitology and pathogenesis of syphilis. — 
Cleveland Medical Journal, 1910, IX, 786. 

— — and W. T. Howard. Studies in the biology of tumor cells. — 
Monographs of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Re- 
search, 1911, No. 2. 

and W. T. Corlett. Pellagra in Ohio. — Journal of Cutane- 
ous Diseases, 1911, XXIX. 

Andrew Watson Sellards. Tolerance for alkalies in Asiatic chol- 
era. — Philippine Journal of Science, October, 1910. 

and A. J. McLaughlin. Effect of concentration of solution 

in collapse in Asiatic cholera. — Ibid., October, 1910. 

Harry Philip Shugerman. A review of the present status of 
salvarsan. — Alabama Medical Journal, January, 1911. 

Melville Silverberg. The arsenical compound of Ehrlich-Hata 
(arsenobenzol) — A review compiled from the literature. — 
The Therapeutic Gazette, January 15, 1911. 

Frank J. Sladen. The recent diphtheria epidemic in the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. — The Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumnae 
Magazine, 1911, X, 27. 

Harry Gordon Sloan. Clinical observations on transfusion. — 
Cleveland Medical Journal, February, 1911. 



941] Publications 217 

Lewis P. Smead. The tiology and pathology of small cystic de- 
generations of the ovaries. — American Journal of Obstetrics 
and Diseases of Women and Children, 1911. 

Winford H. Smith, Hospital progress. — Transactions American 
Hospital Ass'n., 1910. 

Chairman's report for the Committee on Public Health and 

Safety. — Trans. Eleventh New York State Conference, 1910. 

Address to graduating class of Hartford Hospital Training 

School of Nurses. — Internat. Hospital Record, July, 1911. 

Charles D. Snyder. The latency of knee-jerk response in man 
as measured by the thread galvanometer. — American Journal 
of Physiology, 1910, XXVI, 474. 

and Martillus H. Todd. The viscosity of body fluids at va- 
rious temperatures within physiological limits. I. The 
problem and method. II. Viscosity of blood, plasmata and 
sera.— Ibid., 1911, XXVIII, 161. 

On the meaning of variation in the magnitude of temperature 

coefficients of physiological processes. — Ibid., 1911, XXVIII, 
167. 

Thomas P. Sprunt. Calcium and iron incrustation and other 
lesions of the elastic tissue of the spleen and liver. — Journal 
of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIV, 59. 

— — Hemochromatosis. A report of three cases and discussion 
of the pathogenesis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, 
VIII, 75. 

Primary carcinoma of the pleura. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 

Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 289. 

H. Merriman Steele. Report of a case of hemorrhagic disease of 
the newly born treated with human blood serum. — Yale Medi- 
cal Journal, March, 1911. 

Charles Wardell Stiles. The taxonomic value of the micro- 
scopic structure of the stigmal plates in the tick genus Der- 
macentor. — Bulletin 62, Hygienic Laboratory, United States 
Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, August, 1910. 

■ and C. G. Crane. The internal parasites of rats and mice in 

their relation to diseases in man. — Public Health Bulletin, 
United States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, 
1910, p. 87. 

and A. Hassell. Index-catalogue of medical and veterinary 

zoology. Parts 26-30. Authors, S to Thou.— Bulletin 39, 
Bureaii of Animal Industry, United States Department of 
Agriculture, 1910. 



218 Medical Department [942 

Harvey B. Stone. Intestinal lesions produced by blunt force. — 
Annals of Surgery, September, 1910. 

— i — Pneumococcus peritonitis. With report of a case. — Johns 
Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 219. 

Edgar R. Strobel and H. H. Hazen. Mycosis fungoides in the 
negro. — Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, March, 1911. 

Richard Pearson Strong. Eighth annual report of the Bureau 
of Science. 

■ Second annual report of the Philippine Medical School. 

The treatment of trypanosomiasis, with especial reference to 

surra. — Philippine Journal of Science, 1910, V, Sec. B, No. 1. 

The specific cure of yaws with dioxydiamidoarsenobenzol. — 

Ibid., 1910, V, Sec. B, No. 4. 

The treatment of yaws (framboesia) with arsenobenzol (sal- 

varsan). — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 412. 

Solomon Strouse. Diagnostic value of the butyric acid test 
(Noguchi) in cerebrospinal fluid. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 1171. 

— i — and I. A. Abt. Observations on traumatic diabetes in chil- 
dren. — American Journal of the Medical Sciences, March, 
1911. 

The cerebrospinal fluid in syphilis and in parasyphilitic dis- 
eases. — Interstate Medical Journal, 1911, XVIII, No. 1. 

and D'Orsay Hecht. Report of a case of fibro-sarcoma of 

the pons, with extensive bone involvement. — Transactions of 
the Chicago Pathological Society, 1910, VIII, No. 3. 

and J. C. Friedman. A case of levulosuria. — Ibid., June, 

1911. 

Alice Weld Tallant. A study of fever in the puerperium. — The 
Woman's Medical Journal, January, 1911. 

Benjamin T. Terry. The chemotherapy of Ehrlich, with special 
reference to the trypanosome infections. — Medical Record, 
April 8, 1911. 

Chemo-therapeutic trypanosome studies, with special refer- 
ence to the immunity following cure. — Monographs of the 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1911, No. 3. 

William S. Thayer. Intrathoracic tumor. — Old Dominion Jour- 
nal of Medicine and Surgery, November, 1910. 



943] Publications 219 

Service in the Navy Medical Corps. — Ibid., December, 1910. 

Hemolytic jaundice. — Illinois Medical Journal, February, 

1911. 

and R. S. Morris. Two cases of congenital haemolytic jaun- 
dice with splenomegaly. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 
1911, XXII, 85. 

' Clinical notes. 1. Intermittent fever in influenza simulating 

malarial fever. 2. Grave malarial fever with few parasites 
in the peripheral circulation. Dangers of the intravenous 
injection of quinine. — Ibid., 1911, XXII, 101. 

On disseminated caseating tuberculosis of the liver. — Ibid., 

1911, XXII, 146. 

Presence of a venous hum in the epigastrium in cirrhosis of 

the liver. — American Journal of Medical Sciences, March, 
1911. 

and F. W. Peabody. Two cases of Adams-Stokes' syndrome 

with heart-block. — Archives of Internal Medicine, March, 
1911. 

Samuel Theobald. A protest against the indiscriminate use of 
the organic compounds of silver in ophthalmic practice. — 
Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, 1911. 

Martillus H. Todd and C. D. Snyder. The viscosity of body 
fluids at various temperatures within physiological limits. 
I. The problem and method. II. Viscosity of blood, plasmata 
and sera. — American Journal of Physiology, 1911, XXVIII, 
161. 

Lucius Tuttle and John Musser. Review of medicine for the 
year 1910. — international Clinics, March, 1911. 

Hedley V. Tweedie. Congenital pigmentation of the cornea. — 
Ophthalmic Record, March, 1911. 

Douglas Vander Hoof. Jaundice in pernicious anaemia. — Old 
Dominion Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1911, XII, No. 4. 

Frederick H. Verhoeff. The histologic findings in a case of 
tuberculous cyclitis, and a theory as to the origin of tuber- 
culous scleritis. — American Ophthalmological Transactions, 
1910. 

and E. E. Jack. New growths of the lacrimal gland. — Ibid. 

and S. J. Mister and A. Quackenboss. Tumor of the hypo- 
physis (with infantalism). — Annals of Surgery, 1910. 



220 Medical Department [944 

Ein Fall von Syphilom des Optikus und der Papille mit 

Spirochatenbefund. — Klinische Monatsbldtter fur Augenheil- 
kunde, 1910. 

An improved differential elastic tissue stain. — Journal of the 

American Medical Association, 1911. 

Carl Voegtlin and B. M. Bernheim. The role of the portal circu- 
lation of the liver in bile formation and jaundice. — Journal 
of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1911, II, 
455. 

and W. G. MacCallum. On the influence of various salts 

upon tetany following parathyroidectomy. — Ibid., 1911, II, 
421. 

George Walker. Studies in the experimental production of tuber- 
culosis in the genito-urinary organs. — Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital Reports, 1911, XVI, 1. 

The effect on breeding of the removal of the prostate gland 

or of the vesicular seminales, or of both; together with ob- 
servations on the condition of the testes after such opera- 
tions on white rats.— Ibid., 1911, XVI, 223. 

A device to aid in keeping the patient dry after a supra-pubic 

cystostomy. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 
160. 

Isaac Chandler Walker. Tuberculous meningitis with leukocy- 
tosis and a purulent exudation containing many bacilli. — 
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, June 8, 1911. 

Louis M. Warfield. Note on treatment of typhoid. — Journal of 
the American Medical Association, 1910, LV, 1551. 

Appendicitis complicating typhoid. — Interstate Medical Jour- 
nal, December, 1910. 

A peptid-splitting ferment in the saliva. — Johns Hopkins 

Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 150. 

On enlargements of the liver. — Wisconsin Medical Journal, 

1911, IX, No. 9. 

Diet and general management of typhoid fever. — Ibid., 1911, 

IX, No. 11. 

Mactier Warfield. Peri-tonsillar abscess. — Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 60. 

Robert G. Washburn. Systemic blastomycosis. Report of a 
case. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1911, 
LVI. 



945] Publications 221 

The action of arsenic on the skin. — Wisconsin Medical Jour- 
nal, 1911. 

Stephen H. Watts. Intussusception in> the adult. Two cases, 
one due to a sarcoma of the cecum, the other to multiple 
adenomata of the intestine. — Annals of Surgery, March, 1911. 

William H. Welch. The medical curriculum. — Bulletin of the 
American Academy of Medicine, December, 1910. 

In memoriam. Dr. Christian A. Herter. — Johns Hopkins 

Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 161. 

George H. Whipple and J. H. King. The pathogenesis of icte- 
rus. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIII, 115. 

; and S. H. Hurwitz. Fibrinogen of the blood as influenced 

by the liver necrosis of chloroform poisoning. — Ibid., 1911, 
XIII, 136. 

B. S. Chaffee, and R. F. Fisher. The Cammidge test in ex- 
perimental pancreatitis and other conditions. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1910, XXI, 339. 

Otis B. Wright. Hydatid cyst of the liver. — Northwest Medicine, 
July 19, 1911. 

Udo J. Wile. Ueber Granuloma pyogenicum ( Pseudo-Botryomy- 
kosis). — Unna Festschrift, Bd. I, 1910. 

The segregation and education of children affected with ring- 
worm of the scalp. — Medical Record, May 20, 1911. 

Granuloma pyogenicum. — Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, In- 
cluding Syphilis, December, 1910. 

Widespread lupus erythematosus with associated papulone- 
crotic tuberculide (?). — Ibid., May, 1911. 

J. Whitridge Williams. Is pubiotomy a justifiable operation? — 
American Journal of Obstetrics, 1910, LXI, 721. 

The funnel pelvis.— Ibid., July, 1911. 

Report of the employment of vaccine therapy in gynecology 

and obstetrics. — Transactions of the American Gynecological 
Society, 1910, XXXV, 181. 

■ What the obstetrician can do to prevent infantile mortal- 
ity. — Transactions of the American Association for the Study 
and Prevention of Infant Mortality, 1910, I, 190. 

Obstetrics and animal experimentation. — Journal of the 

American Medical Association, 1911, LVI, 1159. 



222 Medical Department [946 

Milton C. Winternitz and F. C. Ainley. Catalytic activity of the 
blood in the toxemias of pregnancy. — American Journal of 
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, December, 
1910. 

and W. B. Rogers. Observations upon the action of salts on 

the catalase of the blood in rabbits. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1910, XII, 755. 

The clinical value of the determination of the catalytic ac- 
tivity of the blood. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 
XXII, 109. 

G. R. Henry and F. McPhedran. The determination of the 

catalytic activity of the blood as a clinical diagnostic 
method. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1911, VII, 624. 

Gilman J. Winthrop and H. P. Cole. Geographical distribution 
of hookworm disease in Alabama. — Gulf States Journal of 
Medicine and Surgery and Journal of the Southern Medical 
Association, July, 1910. 

The end-to-end anastomosis of blood vessels. — Transactions 

of the Florida Medical Association, 1911. 

The value of transfusion in pellagra. — New Orleans Medical 

and Surgical Journal, August, 1910. 

Samuel Wolman and L. V. Hamman. Cutaneous and conjuncti- 
val tuberculin tests in the diagnosis of pulmonary tubercu- 
losis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, December, 1910. 

Paul G. Woolley. Acute tuberculous endaortites. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 82. 

and Herbert A. Brown. An anomalous duct belonging to 

the urinary tract.— Ibid., 1911, XXII, 221. 

State requirements for entrance to medical colleges. — Lancet 

Clinic, May 27, 1911. 

and Albert Freiberg. Osteochrondritis dissecans. — American 

Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, February, 1911. 

> and A. D. Dunn. Diverticulitis of the sigmoid with a report 

of six cases. — American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 
August, 1911. 

and L. H. Newburgh. Effects of injections of indol and tyro- 
sin in experimental animals. — Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association, 1911, LVI. 1796. 

and O. V. Huffman. The ova of schistosoma japonicum and 

the absence of spines. — Parasitology, 1911, IV, 131. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX ON NAMES 



Page 
Abel, John J. 

10, 26, 132, 134, 193, 194, 211 

Abel, Joshua F 58 

Abercrombie, Ronald T. .31, 81, 102 

Adair, Prank Earl 51 

Adams, Lester 97, 107 

Adamson, Elizabeth Ingram.... 51 

Adkins, Merle Theron 88, 102 

Adsit, Henry 84, 105 

Ahroon, Charles R 31 

Ainley, Frank C. 

84, 100, 193, 204, 222 

Akerman, Joseph 69, 106 

Allen, Arthur Wilburn 42 

Allen, H. W 69, 100 

Allen, Mary Dayton 95, 110 

Amberg, Samuel, 

14, 30, 158, 176, 193, 208 

Anderson, David B 42 

Anderson, Wm. Willis 52 

Anderton, M. Seth 58 

Andrews, Clarence Ladelle 37 

Andrew, Harvey Montreville. . . 52 

Angulo, Cary Fink De 97, 103 

Angulo, Jamie De 37 

Applebaum, Solomon J 91, 106 

Appleton, Vivia Belle 84, 105 

Armstrong, Charles 52 

Armstrong, E. M 95, 105 

Ashburv, Howard E. 

23, 32, 149, 163 

Atchley, Dana Winslow 52 

Atherton, Alexander Montague 71 

Auer, John 73, 105. 193 

Aull, John 52 

Austin, Mabel Fletcher 69, 103 

Austrian, Charles R. 

23, 29, 31, 93, 102. 138, 

143, 144, 147, 176, 177, 193 

Auth, Henry J 58 

Bacon, Arthur Maynard 52 

Bacon, J. H 79, 102, 194 

Baer, William S. 

14, 28, 32, 65, 149, 151, 163, 177 

Baer. Clarence A 81, 109 

Baetjer, F. H. 

16, 28, 71, 93, 102, 149, 151, 194 

Baetjer, Walter A.. 23, 102, 138, 142 

Baker, Bernard N 8 

Baker, M. H 95, 107 

Baker, Theodore 79, 107 

Baldauf, Leon K 81, 104 

Baldwin, John Cook 52 

Baldwin, William D 71, 101 

Ball, Thomas R 27 

Ballou, Alice M 81, 104 

Bancroft, Frederick W..84, 100, 194 

Barber, Jos. Lamson 52 

Bardeen, C. R 65, 109, 194 

Barbour, Henry Gray, 

95, 109, 193, 194 

Barker, Bertha 1 200, 213 



Page 
Barker, Llewellvs F. 

11, 26, 27, 28, 30, 33, 

138, 139, 140, 142, 145, 

146, 174, 176, 177, 194 

Barnes, Francis M 88, 101, 194 

Bamett, Geo. De Forest, 

42, 195, 208 

Bartlett, Edwin 1 37 

Bass, James A 93, 101 

Bass, Herschel W 84 

Bassett, Victor H 76, 1 01 

Batchelor, Roger Putnam 52 

Bates, Harold Edwards 52 

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope 46 

Batten, Grover A 46 

Baxley, Henry Willis 188 

Beale, Alma E 69, 106 

Beall, Francis C 108 

Beall, Khleber H 81, 108 

Bean, Miss Alma 32 

Bean, Leo Chapman 52 

Bean, Robert B 79, 102 

Bear, W. S 102 

Beard, Joseph Howard 37 

Beasley, Edward B 84, 103 

Bedinger, John Van Doren. ..97, 105 

Beeuwkes, Henry 84, 105 

Beifeld, Albert H 88, 101, 195 

Belt, Mabel 46 

Bender, Maurice Blocher 46 

Bennett, G. E 32 

Bennett, Ruth 79, 109 

Bennett, Walter Scott 97, 105 

Bergland, John McF. 

22, 79, 102, 152, 153 

Berkley. Henry J... 12, 33, 162, 177 
Bernheim, Bertram M. 

22, 31, 81, 149, 195, 220 

Berry, John McW 71, 105, 195 

Bettman, Milton 69 

Bettman, Ralph B 46 

Bigelow, Jane Elizabeth 37, 208 

Bird, William Edward, Jr... 97, 102 

Birdsong, Julian L. . . 93, 101 

Birge, Edward G 88, 107 

Bishop, John S 30 

Bishop, Wm. George 46 

Bissell, Gould Shelton 46 

Bixler, Lewis C 77, 107 

Blackman, Julian R 84, 102 

Blakeslee, Walter II 71, 107 

Blauvelt, Elizabeth H 77, 105 

Bloodgood, Joseph C. 

13, 28, 149, 150. 151. 176, 195 

Bloomfleld, Arthur L....29, 97, 102 

Bloombergh, Horace D 71, 102 

Boatwright, Hal F 42 

Boehm, Emil 95, 105 

Boehm, Julius B 46 

Bogart, Phoebe M 84, 105 

Boggs, Thomas R. 

15, 33, 71, 102, 138, 140, 142 

223 



224 



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[U4H 



Page 

Bogle, Kate B 46 

Bole, William S 95, 104 

Bond, George S 23, 30, 138, 144 

Bonta, Maurice B 79, 100 

Booker, Wm. D 11, 158 

Bookwalter, Carl F 95, 1 1 '•< 

Booth, John Rochester 97, 105 

Bordiey, James 31 

Bornschener, Albert A 42 

Bosley, John K 71, 108 

Bowers, Chas. Albert 37 

Bowman, Fred. D 134 

Boyee, W. Graham 27 

Boyd, Montague L 88, 101 

Branch, Joseph It. B...91, 101, 195 

Braunlich, George 52 

Bray, Earnest Speers Du 47 

Brem, Walter V 79, 107, 195 

Brennan, James T 47 

Brent, Hugh 33 

Brenzier, Addison G 91, 106 

Bridgeman, Eveleth W 37 

Briggs, Evelyn 69, 100 

Briggs, John B 74, 101 

Bristol, Leverett D 88, 104, 195 

Brock, Sam 52 

Brockway, George E., Jr.... 97, 10") 

Broedel, Max 14, 163, 176, 196 

Bronson, Edith 42 

Brooks, Barney 29, 97, 102 

Brotherhood, James S 91, 104 

Brown, Cyrus C 37 

Brown, Chester T 88, 105 

Brown, Edward B 84, 109 

Brown, Lawrason 69, 106, 196 

Brown, Thomas R. 

16, 30, 65, 102, 138, 144 

Brown, Wade H 88, 106, 196 

Browne, B. B 74, 102 

Brownell, Edward E 67, 100 

Brulle, Herman 69, 102 

Bruns, Robert M 74, 102 

Brush, Clinton E 77, 108 

Brush, Nathaniel H 47 

Bryant, Carl Herbert 91, 102 

Bryan, Wm. M. C 74, 104 

Buckler, H. W 67, 102 

Budd, Samuel W 93, 108 

Bullock, Frederick D 88, 108 

Bunting, Charles H 71, 109, 196 

Burbeck, E. K 88, 104 

Burge, William E 22, 128 

Burket, Walter C 52 

Burlingham, Louis H...84, 103, 196 
Burnam, Curtis F. 

16, 28, 69, 102, 154, 155, 156, 176 

Burns, Jonathan E 91, 109 

Burnside, Charles 88, 102 

Burrow, Trigant 23, 30, 138 

Burrows, Montrose T 93, 196 

Bush, Camillus 74 

Butler, Ethan F 95, 104 

Butler, Joel 1 71, 101 

Butsch, John Louis 37 

Byrnes, Charles M. 

20, 30, 84, 102, 159 

Cahn, Morris 58 

Caldwell, Julius A., Jr 79, 106 

Calihan, Walter A 95, 102 

Calvert, William J 65, 104 

Cameron, Don Franklin 42 

Canter, Noland M 42 



i 'age 

Carey, Harry W 71. 100, 191 

Carlisle, Wilbur Glenn 42 

Carr, John R 79, i (14 

Carrel, Alexis 190, ]'.u 

Carroll, Francis Patrick 47 

Carson, Waid E 88, 107 

Carstens, Christian v in 

Carter, Jr., David W 47 

Carter, Barle B 97. lor, 

Cary, Raymond John 37 

Carter, Ross S 95, 100 

Cashman, Bender Z 93, 107 

Caslor, De Witt B 79, 102 

Cassidv, Ilenrv J 58 

Cassid.v, Patrick J 66, 101 

Cator, George 8 

Caulk, John R 84, 104, 197 

Cave, Henry W 42 

Cavins, Lester B 58 

Cecil, Arthur B 93, 101 

Cecil, Howard L 42 

Chace, Eleanor S 71, 104 

Chaffee, Burns Stoddard. 37, 198, 201 

Chambers. Thomas R 95, 102 

Chatard, Joseph A. 

19, 30, 77, 102, 138, 139 

Chesney, Alan M 37 

Chesnutt James H 88, 100, 198 

Child, Dorothy 47 

Child, Florence C 93, 105 

Chinn, Geo. Edward 77, 108 

Chisolm, Jas. Julian 52 

Chittenden, Arthur S 69, 105 

Choate, Joseph L 95, 100 

Christian, Henry A 69, 103, 198 

Christman, Robt. Albert 52 

Christoper, Frederick 52 

Chunn, Geo. Davies 42 

Church, Franklin H 84, 106 

Churchman, John W...74, 102, 198 

Clark, Admont Halsey 52 

Clark, Alfred H 77. 105 

Clark, Chas. E. 58 

Clark, Eliot R. 

17, 88, 102, 126, 127, 198 

Clark, Helen D 42 

Clark, Jefferson H., Jr 52 

Clark, Mildred 47 

Clark, Webster K 91, 104 

Clarke, Ralph DeB 91, 107 

Clarke, Thomas W 74, 105, 198 

Clausen, Samuel Wolcott 53 

Clough, Henry Duffield 53 

Clough, Paul W. 

21, 29, 88, 102, 138, 143, 

146, 147, 177, 198 

Coan, Thomas P 93, 105 

Cobb, Oren H 84, 106 

Cody, Claude C 95. 105 

Coe, John W 66 

Coffin, T. H 84, 105 

Cohen, Jacob 37 

Cohn, Joseph David 97, 108 

Cole, Herbert C 199 

Cole, Herbert P 84, 100, 222 

Cole, Rufus 1 67, 105 

Cole, Walter F 93, 106 

Collenburg, Henry T 95, 102 

Collinson, John, Jr 97, 106 

Colston, John A. C 29, 97, 102 

Colwell, Howard S 47 



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Comer, Robert T 71, 100 

Commiskey, L. J. J 216 

Connett, Harry L 94, 107 

Connor, R 72, 104 

Connor, Guy L 71, 104, 199 

Connor, Haskett L 95 

Constantine, Kosciusko W. ..81, 100 

Cook, Henry W 74, 104 

Cook, Robert J 42 

Cooke, Jean V 91, 102, 199 

Coolahan, Edward V 91, 105 

Coons, Jacob J 74, 107 

Cooper, Ernest 94, 108 

CorJett, W. J 216 

Cornell, Wm. B . .77, 104 

Corner, Geo. Washington .. ..42, 199 

Cort, Edwin C 88, 109 

Costello, Henry N 95, 101 

Coughlin, Frederick A 91, 103 

Council, Melton Downie 97, 108 

Cowles, Calvin D 81, 106 

Cox, George Washington 37 

Coy, George J 27 

Craddock, Alva Brown 53 

Crane, C. G 217 

Crawford, Francis 97, 107 

Crawford, Jennings 94, 102, 216 

Crawford, Rena 53 

Crawford, Robert H 47 

Crispin, Egerton L 85, 104 

Cronk, Fred Y 88, 104, 199 

Cross, Ernest S 85, 108, 199 

Crowe, Samuel J. .23, 91, 102, 149 
Cullen, Thomas S. 

12, 28, 154, 155, 156, 176, 177, 199 

Cullen, Victor F 85, 103 

Cunningham, Robert L..88, 100, 199 
Cunningham, Robert Sydney. . . 53 

Curtis, Arthur H 205 

Curts, R. M 198 

Cushing, Harvey 

13, 26, 27, 28, 149, 150, 

200, 203, 205, 208 

Cutter, William D 81, 100 

Dabney, Marye F 38 

Dancy, William R 69, 101 

Dandy, Walter E..95, 102, 200, 203 

Danforth, Murray S 81, 108 

Darrow, Kent E 42 

Dascombe, Otto L 81, 104 

Davenport, Howard I.. 82, 105, 200 

Davidson, Cline F 88 

Davidson, Homer J 82 

Davis, Daniel 42 

Davis, David M 97, 102, 200 

Davis, Edwin G 38 

Davis, Frank C 69, 100 

Davis, Isaac 47 

Davis, J. Staige. 

21, 31, 67, 102, 149, 200 

Davis, Nancy M 182 

Davis, Thomas K 43 

Davis, Walter S 65 

Dawson, Percy M 66, 104 

Day, Gaston 85, 101 

Dayton, Arthur Bliss 53 

Deaver, J. B 213, 214 

Delatour, Beckman J 53 

Deming, Clinton D 95, 101 

Deming, Edward Adams 91, 101 

Denison, Henry >S 91, 100 

Denner, Wm. R 91, 107 



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Denzer, Bernard S 95, 105 

Derge, Herman F 91, 109 

Dernehl, Paul H 88, 109 

Derr, Woods Frederick 53 

De Sautelle, Wm. T 97, 105 

Devan, Thos. A 95, 105 

Dewey, Emma G 77, 102 

Dietz, Marjorie 53 

Dignan, Howard H 43 

Dimon, James W. W 94, 106 

Dinsmore, Wm. W 88, 100 

Disbrow, Harold Ball 53 

Dochez, Alphonse R. 

88, 105, 200, 213 

Dodds, Solon A 24, 82, 102, 151 

Dodson, Ralph M 47 

Doherty, Dravton H 47 

Dohme, Alfred R. L. 

19, 132, 133, 134 

Dohme, Gustavus 74, 102 

Dolley, David H 74, 104 

Donaldson, John C 47 

Dornblaster, Harry B 47 

Dowman, Chas. E 82, 100 

Downey, J. W 31 

Downs, Chester Arthur 47 

Drake, George S., Jr.. 72, 104 

Drinkard, Robert IT 91, 105, 200 

Ducasse, Edmond F 47 

Dudley, Harlem 77, 107 

Duffy, Ralph 74, 102, 106 

Duffy, Richard N 85, 200 

Duffy, WMlliam C 47 

Duke, Wm. W 91, 104 

Du Mont, F. Elmendorf 53 

| Dumm, Wm. Milton 38 

Dimcan, John B 47 

Dunlap, Robert W 89, 109 

Dunlop, John 74, 101 

Dunn, A. D 222 

Dunn, George R 47 

Dunn, William M 97, 103 

Dunning, Ralph H 97, 106 

Dunton, W. R., Jr 19, 30, 162 

Dupree, D. H 89, 101 

Dutcher, Adelaide 72, 106 

Dwyer, William 43 

Eaton, Avis Chippewa 48 

Ebersole, Francis F 85, 102 

Eddy, Dana L 77 

Edgerton, Milton T., Jr 38 

Edlavitch, Baruch M 95, 102 

Edwards, Ralph T 79, 104 

Egdahl, Anfin 79, 109, 200 

Eggers, Augustus H 69, 107 

Elkin, Cortlandt W. W 43 

Elliott, John R 94, 108 

Elting, Arthur W 66, 105 

Emerson, Charles P 67, 102, 200 

Emmert, Max 94, 102, 201 

Emrick, Marion W 48 

Englar, Thos. Shepherd 48 

Engle, Ralph L 95, 105 

Ensor, Chas. B 58 

Epler, Blanch N 67, 104 

Erickson, Reuben Johan 53 

Erlanger, Joseph 67, 104, 201 

Erving, W. G 74, 101 

Essick, Charles R. 

21, 94, 102, 126, 127 

Estes, William L 94, 104 

Evans, Frank A 48 



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Evans, Henry C 69, 107 

Evans, Herbert M. 

18, 91, 102, 126, 127, 128, 201 

Evans, Philip S 67, 109 

Eyster, John A. E 82, 109 

Fairbank, Ruth Eldred 53 

Fairbanks, Rose 69, 109 

Fallas, Roy Edwin 53 

Faris, Clifton M 82, 100 

Fareed, Ameen V 58 

Farrar, Clarence B. 

17, 33, 69, 103, 162, 201 

Faust, John Wm 48 

Faust, Otto Alvis 53 

Fayerweather, Roades, 

22, 32, 77, 102, 149, 163 

Fenton, Horace B 95, 107 

Ferenbaugh, Thomas L 94*, 102 

Ferguson, Jas. Grant 48 

Ferry, Newell S 74, 104, 201 

Fetterhoff, Ira L 58 

File, Norman W 58 

Finney, John M. T 

12, 28, 31, 149, 150, 175, 176 

Fischer, John S 77 lO? 

Fishbaugh, Ernest Clyde 43 

Fisher, Arthur L 69, 100 

Fisher, Arthur O 29 94 

Fisher, Roland F 38, 198, 201 

Fisher, William A. 

™ , „ 21, 31, 69, 102, 149 

Flack, Roswell E 43 

Flanagan, James T 91, 105 

Fleming, LeRoy N 48 

Fleming, Mary R 38 

Fletcher, H. Q 94, 102 

Fletcher, Howard 70 108 

Flexner, Morris .' 48 

Flint, Joseph M 70, 101, 201 

Follis, Richard H. 

16, 28, 31, 67, 102, 149, 150, 174 

Foote, Ovid C 38 

Ford, Frederick R 82, 106 

Ford, William Webber. 

14, 26, 66, 102, 134, 135, 

137, 166, 167, 205 

Foster, Herbert M 58 

Foster, Nellis B 74, 105, 201 

Fowler, Harry A 72, 101, 202 

Francis, Wm. W 74, 109 

Frankenthal, Maurice A 75, 104 

Frantz, Winter R 38 

Frazee, Mary L 48 

Freeman, Allen W 82, 108, 202 

Freiburg, Albert 222 

Fried, Henry 102 

Fried, Hiram 97 

Fricke, Willa M 38 

Frow, James R 92. 108 

Frontz, William A 29, 97, 102 

Fuerbringer, Ralph 92, 109 

Fullerton, William D 97, 106 

Fulton, Frank T 67, 108, 202 

Futcher, Thomas B. 

13, 28, 30, 138, 139, 140, 141, 

145, 146, 174, 175, 176, 177 

Gaenslen, Frederick J 77, 109 

Gaines, Lewis McF 77, 101, 202 

Gaither, Ernest H 58 

Gallagher, Hiram Mary 97, 105 

Gallagher, James D 67 

Gammon, Eugene J 38 



Pag* 

Gardner, Harold B 48 

Garrett, Mary E..182, 185, 187, 188 

Garrison. J oh. s 58 

Garvy, Frank 58 

Garwood, Harold G 97, 100, 202 

Gatch, Willis D 89, 102, 202 

Gates, Frederick L 43 

Gay, Frederick P 72, 100, 202 

Gelien, Johanna 2f>. 31 

Gentry, Ernest R 94. 102 

Geraghty. John T. 

17, 31, 33, 77, 103, 149, 

159, 176, 203, 215 

Gerdine, Linton 43 

Gibbes, James H 38 

Giffin, Herbert Z 79, 203 

Gilbert, Geo. B 89, 100, 203 

Gilcreest, Edgar L 95, 106 

Gilchrist, T. Caspar. 

12, 28, 32, 157, 176, 177, 203 

Gilland, Thomas H 97, 108 

Gills, William L 38 

Gilman, Henry D 58 

Gillman, Philip K 82, 108, 203 

Ginsberg, Hyman 95, 100 

Girdwood, Ethel M 94, 109 

Girdwood, John 31 

Glahn, Wm. Carson von 53 

Glass, Frederick A 38 

Glass, Samuel Jas., Jr 53 

Glenn, John M 8 

Glenny, W. H 75, 105 

Gober, Wm. Mayes, Jr 53 

Goddard, Calvin Hooker 53 

Goetsch, Emil. 

29, 94, 103, 200, 203, 208 

Goldbach, Louis 31 

Goldsborough, Francis C. 

79, 105, 193, 204 

Goodpaster, J. Scott 58 

Goodpasture, Ernest W 38 

Gorham, Lemuel W 95, 110, 204 

Graber, Henry 89, 107 

Grafflin, Wm. H 8 

Graham, Clarence F 43 

Graham, Neil D 72, 101 

Grant, Ernest 97, 106 

Grant, Justin F 77, 101 

Grave, Floyd 48 

Gray, Herbert L 85, 105 

Gray, Eugene P 106 

Greenbaum. Harry S. 

20, 30. 80, 102, 138, 139 

Greene, Inslee B 89, 108 

Greene, R. N 205 

Grey, Ernest G 29, 97, 102 

Grier, Sarah M 109 

Griffith, Arthur J 59 

Griffin. Herbert Z 164 

Griffith, Lewis Mullen 54 

Griffith, Roy 54 

Griffith, F. Webb 85, 106, 204 

Grimes, Wm. L 96, 103 

Grimm, Randolph M 92, 101 

Griswold, Arthur H 85, 101 

Griswold, B. Howell, Jr 8 

Gross, Elmer C 97, 108 

Grove, Wm. E 92, 109 

Guadrum, Frederick F 92 

Gundrum, F. F 10d 

Guthrie, Clyde G. 

21, 29, 89, 103, 138, 141, 

142, 146, 147, 177 



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Haas, Sylvan L 92, 100 

Haden, Russell Landram 54 

Hagan, Herbert H 43 

Hagan, Hugh J ' 48 

Hahn, Milton 89, 101, 204 

Hain, Raymond P 48 

Hale, Edith 82, 103 

Hall, Crowell €., Jr 96, 102 

Hall, Francis J 82, 109 

Hall, Gardner W 72, 103 

Hall, Raymond C 48 

Hall, Roscoe W 38 

Haller, J. T 82, 102 

Halsted, William S. 

10, 26, 28, 30, 33, 

149, 163, 175, 177 
Hamburger, Louis P. 

16, 30, 65, 103, 138, 139, 144, 176 

Hammack, Roy W 97, 108 

Hamman, Louis V. 

17, 28, 31, 72, 103, 138, 139, 

144, 145, 147, 176, 204, 222 

Hampton, Henly Hunton 48 

Hanes, Frederic M 92, 105, 204 

Hanson, Henry 92, 101, 204 

Happ, Wm. Morris 54 

Hardy, Clarence F 75, 109 

Harkness, Robt. B 59 

Harlan, Henry D 8 

Harrell, Bryant E 48 

Harris, Henry 67, 100 

Harris, Turner M 43 

Harrison, Aleck P 89 

Harrison, Paul W 92, 109 

Hart, William E 94, 105 

Hartman, Clifford C. 97, 107 

Hartman, George W 89, 100 

Harvey, Thos. W., Jr 94, 105 

Harvie, J. B 197 

Haskell, Hiram A 59 

Haskell, Louis W 77 

Hastings, Thomas W...65, 105, 204 

Hastreiter, Holland F 72, 100 

Hathaway, Joseph H 72, 102 

Haupt, Walter C 48 

Haviland, Morrison LeR .... 75, 105 

Hawkins, William H 97, 105 

Haynes, Mabel S 75, 109 

Hayward, Eugene H 59 

Hazlehurst, Franklin, 

24, 32, 89, 103, 160 
Hazen, Henry H. 

85, 101, 205, 213, 218 

Healy, William P 70, 105 

Heddens, Vernon 54 

Hegeman, Runkle F 96, 105 

Hellenbrand, Ralph W 89, 105 

Hellweg, Elizabeth S 89, 105 

Helmholz, Henry F 85, 101, 205 

Hemenway, Josephine. .80, 105, 205 

Hempstead, Helen 82, 106 

Hendrickson, William F 70 

Hendry, Ernest S .97, 103 

Henning, E. Heller 59 

Hennington, Chas. Wm 85, 106 

Henry, Gladys R..89, 101, 205, 211 

Hepburn, Thomas N 82, 101 

Herrick, Alfred B 66, 107, 205 

Herring, Arthur P 30 

Herrinton, Minerva 85, 107 

Herter, Christian A 188, 221 

Hetfield, William B 97, 105 



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Heuer, George J.... 29, 89, 103, 205 

Hewlett, Albion W 76, 104, 205 

Hewitt, Joseph H 85, 101 

Heymann, Isaac P 43 

Higgins, Reuben P 82, 105 

Higgins, William EL 92, 108 

Hill, Eben C 89, 105, 206 

Hill, Miner C 92, 105 

Hincher, Chas. L 89, 106 

Hinman, Frank 85, 109, 206 

Hinton, Chas C 43 

Hirshberg, Leonard K..75, 103, 206 
Hirschfelder, Arthur D. 

17, 28, 77, 103, 138, 

139, 144, 146, 206 

Hitzrot, James M 72, 105 

Hobelman, Fred W 31 

Hodge, Marv A 48 

Hodges, Frederick M 59 

Hodier, Alfred, Mrs 188 

Hoff, David E 59 

Holden, Gerry R 72, 101 

Holmes, James B 38 

Holmes, Walter R 43 

Hooker, Donald R. 

14, 82, 103, 128, 129, 206 

Hooper, Chas. Warren 49 

Hopkins, Joseph G 89, 105 

Hopkins, Ross 77, 104 

Horrax, Gilbert 43 

Horst, Carl H 75, 104 

Hostetter, Jno. H 59 

Houck, Frank M 48 

Houghton, Henry S 82, 109, 207 

Howard, Lee 43 

Howard, W. J 216 

Howell, Mrs. W. H 188 

Howell, William H. 

10, 26, 27, 128, 129, 130, 207 

Hoye, Henry J 67, 108 

Hubert, Anna 29, 98, 103 

Huddleson, James H., Jr 43 

Hudson, William R 98, 103 

Huffman, G. V 222 

Huffman, Lyman F 49 

Hume, Edgar E 43 

Hume, Edward H 72, 109, 207 

Hunner, Guy LeRoy, 

16, 28, 65, 103, 154, 

155, 156, 177, 207 

Hunnicutt, John A., Jr 98, 106 

Hunt, Barbara 98,105 

Hunt, Josephine D 85, 102 

Hurd, Henry M. 

8, 9, 26, 27, 162, 207 

Hurd, Mrs. H. M 188 

Hurdon, Elizabeth, 

17, 154, 155, 156, 177 

Hurwitz, Samuel H 38, 207, 221 

Hutcihins, Amos F 43 

Hutchins, Elliott H 31, 85, 103 

Hutchins, Henry T 77, 103, 207 

Hutchinson, J. E 49 

Hyman, Solomon 75, 100 

Iglehart, Nathan E. B. 

20, 31, 149, 150 
Ingraham, Clarence B..85, 100, 207 

Ingraham, Ruth 49 

Insley, J. Knox 59 

Irwin, Stewart Vernon 54 

Iseman, Lawrence L 85, 101 



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Ives, George 98, 100 

Jack, B. E 219 

Jack, William David 49 

Jacobs, Henry Barton S 

Jacobson, Conrad, 

25, 98, 149, 200, 203, 208 

Jarvis, Edward T 59 

Jarvis, Henry G 96, 3 1 

Jeans, Philip C 94, J 01 

Jefferies, Lewis W 59 

Jeidell, Helmina 38 

Jelks, Edward 44 

Jelke, Wm. F 75, 106 

Jencks, Francis M, 8 

Jenks, Mildred 54 

Jemison, Nancy Blanche. .. .98, 105 

Johann, Albert E 90, 108 

Johnston, Harriet L 191 

Johnston, Stephen It 59 

Johnston, William B 72 

Jones, Clement L 78, 107 

Jones, Henry 59 

Jones, Howard IT 59 

Jones, Louise Taylor... 78, 101, 208 

Jones, Thomas M 75, 102 

Jones, Walter, 

11, 26, 49, 130, 131. 

132, 193, 195, 208 

Joseph, Morris 54 

Judd, Chas C 98 

Karsted, Alfred 75, 104 

Kaufman, Harry M 72, 101 

Kay, Thos. W 59 

Keidel, Albert 31, 78, 103 

Keith, Norman MacD 98, 105 

Kellam, Wm. F 85, 108 

Kelley, Herbert L 89, 100 

Kelly, Claude C 49 

Kelly, Eugene R 89, 100 

Kelly, Geo. Lombard 54 

Kelly, Howard A. 

10, 26, 28, 30, 33, 154, 

155, 156, 176, 208 

Kelly, Mrs. H. A 188 

Kellogg, William C 70, 101 

Kellogg, Wm. R. M 80 

Ketron, Lloyd W 98, 103 

Ketcham, Clarence S 49 

Keyser, R. Brent 8 

Keyser, Tedrow S 98, 106 

Kieffer, Richard F 44 

Kimball, Arthur H 75, 101 

King, John H. 

18, 86, 103, 134, 

135, 136, 208, 221 

King, John T., Jr 49 

Kingsbury, Mary B 86, 107 

Kingsley, Charles R., Jr. 

94, 105, 209 

Kinsey, Oliver, Jr 98, 103 

Kissling, Arthur C 98, 108 

Kline, Benjamin S 98, 103 

Knott, Howard J 98, 108 

Knox, J. H., Jr. 

17, 30, 66, 103, 158, 209 

Kocher, Rudolph A 39, 209 

Kolmer, Geo. A. L 44 

Krake, Lehigh Seward 44 

Krause, Allen K 89, 106, 209 

Kraus, Walter M 44 

Krechting, Wilhelm E. H...86, 105 
Kyes, Preston 70, 101 



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Ladd, Louli w «;7. 107, 209 

LaMont, Chas. A 92, 106 

Lamson, Theodore 7:.', 106 

Lang, Linda BarteU 98, 105 

Langfeld, Millard Q0, ]04 

Langnecker, Harry L - 

Lankford, Bumlej ]'».: 

Lankford. Henry .M 82 

Lamed. Charl< 1 w.,20, 

Laubach, Chas, Adam 44 

Law, Sally Porter 89, 108 

Lawson, Geo. B 82, L08 

Lazenby, Maurice 7 

Leaper, Warren Eugene 98, LOfi 

Leatherman, Daniel 1 59 

Leatherman, Kate W 59 

Lebus, Leona 70 

Le Cron, Wilbur L 02, 109 

Ledbetter, Samuel L., Jr 96, 1<»7 

Lee, Andre E 86, 1 05 

Lee, Edward Kirk 54 

Lee, Harry M 6 •> 

Lee, Kenelm J 80, 1 04 

L'Engle, Edward M 75, 107 

Lehr, Louis C 75, 101 

Lenhart, C. H 212 

Leonard, Veader N 29, 98, 103 

Leopold, Eugene J. 

22, 30. 31, 82, 103, 138, 139 
Leutscher, John A. 

1!). 30, 68, 103, 138 

Levering, Eugene 8 

Levy, Robert Louis 44 

Lewis, Dwight M 72, 101 

Lewis, Joseph S 86, 105, 209 

Lewis, Warren H. 

13, 70, 103. 126, 127, 128, 209 

Licht, William H 98, 101 

Light, Gertrude U 66, 105 

Lindeman, Edward E 92, 103 

Lindsav. Janvier W 92, 101 

Lisser, Hans 29, 98, 103 

Litchfield, Geo. V., Jr 75, 108 

Little, Charles S 67, 102 

Little, Harry W 70, 102 

Loevenhart, Arthur S 78, 109 

Long, Henry D 78, 105 

Long, Margaret 100 

Longcope, Warfield T...72, 105, 209 

Loos, Henry Hofman 38 

Lootz, Emma 75, 101 

Lord, J. Williams, 

12, 28, 32, 157, 176, 177 

Lough, Walter Gray 39 

Love, John M 80, 108 

Lowell, Ellen L 70, 101 

Lowsley, Oswald Swinney . . . 39, 210 

Ludlum, Seymour D 75, 107 

Lupton, Edward J. S 78 

Lupton, Frank A 68, 100 

Luten, Drew W 98, 107 

Lyle, Annie G 75, 100 

Lyman, John Cushman 44 

Lynch, Prank W 68, 101 

Lynch, Leo A 78, 105 

Lyon, Bethuel B. V 89, 107 

Lyon, Irving P 65, 105, 210 

MacCarty, Wm. C 210 

MacCallum, John Bruce 70 

MacCallum, W. G..65, 105, 210, 220 
MacCurdy, John Tnomson. 

98, 103, 134 
MacGregor, Geo. Malcolm. . .75, 108 



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MacGregor, Murdock 59 

MacRae, Floyd W., Jr 54 

McAliley, Robert G 39 

McAllister, Harvey R 39 

McBryde, Charles N.. . .65, 101, 210 

McCann, James A 92, 108 

McCarthy, Wm. C 80 

McCarty, W. C 104 

McCarver, J. W 60 

McClanahan, Rice K 60 

McClintock, A. T 210 

McClintock, C. T 201 

McCloy, Chas. Harold 54 

McClure, Roy D 92, 105, 210 

McClure, Wm. B 39 

McCrea, Thomas. 

14, 27, 28, 30, 132, 133, 138, 

139, 145, 146, 176, 211 

McCulloch, Hugh 39 

McDonald, Achibald L..83, 104, 210 

McDonnell, Patrick J 1)2, 104 

McFarland, John S 75, 105 

McGaw, George K. 8 

McGlannan, Alexius 25, 211 

McGouldrick, Ernest C SO, 102 

McGrath, B. F 210 

McKahan, Roger Bower 54 

McKee, William C 44 

McLaughlin, Perry W 89, 107 

McNeil, Herbert L 98, 103 

McPhedran, Wm. Fletcher.. 205, 211 

McWhorter, W T m. Breese 54 

Maas, Monroe A 98, 103 

Macht, David I. 

23, 30, 86, 103, 138, 139, 193, 211 
Mackenzie, John N. 

11, 28, 32, 160, 176, 177 

Maddren, Wm. H 72,105 

Madison, Jas. Daniel... 66, 109, 211 

Magee, Chester L 68, 100 

Magoun, Charles E 49 

Mahoney, Lee Victor 54 

Major, Ralph H. 

24, 29, 96, 103, 138, 143, 177 

Makel, Hertel Philip 54 

Mall, Franklin P. 

10, 26, 27, 126, 127, 211 
Malone, Edward Fall... 89, 106, 211 

Mann, Baldwin 94, 105 

Manning, Wm. S 78, 101 

Manwaring, Alfred H 80, 105 

Manwaring, Wilfred H 212 

Marburg, Theodore 8 

Marburg, Wm. A 8 

Marine, David 82, 107, 212 

Marsden, George 86, 104 

Marshall, Eli Kennerly, Jr. 

24, 130, 131, 132 

Marshall, Harry T 66, 108, 212 

Marshall, Herman Weston. 

80, 103, 212 

Marshall, Samuel A 75, 105 

Marshall, Watson 78, 107 

Martelle, Henry A 83, 101 

Marvell, Mary Wilbur 70 

Marvel, Norman C 49 

Mason, Enoch M 86, 100 

Mason, Mary Taylor 54 

Mason, Verne Rheem 54 

Masenheimer, Harry W 92, 107 

Mattice, Albert F 96, 109 

Maxcy, Kenneth Fuller 54 



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May, Charles 92, 107 

Mayo, Robert W. B 92, 103 

Header, Fred M 94, 106 

Meisenhelder, John E 76, 107 

Meisenhelder, Edmund W...75, 107 

Melen, David Ralph 55 

Meloy, Carl R 86, 104 

Meltzer, Clara 70, 105 

Meltzer, S. J 193 

Merriam, Charles G 98, 104 

Metivier, J., Miss 32 

Meyer, Adolf, 

11, 26, 28, 30, 33, 122, 

162, 176, 177, 191, 212 

Meyer, Arthur W 83, 100 

Michael, Wm. H 44 

Millea, W T m. L 39 

Miller, Edgar A 39 

Miller, James R 98, 109 

Miller, Leslie B 60 

Miller, Robert T 78, 107, 212 

Miller, Sydnev R. 

25, 96, 103, 13S, 141, 212 

Mills, Charles W 92, 105 

Mills, James J. 19, 31, 33, 161, 162 

Mills, Nathaniel 39 

Minsk, Louis D 44 

Mitchell, James F 65, 101 

i Mitchener, Jas. Saml 55 

Monroe, Dana E 96, 105 

Montgomery, Fayette H 60 

Moore, Chalmers H 44 

Moore, Elizabeth S 72, 100 

Moore, Hugh M 68, 107 

Moore, Robert E 86, 105 

Morgan, Ernest L 39 

Morgan, Lorenzo S 80, 109 

Morison, Rnfus A 49 

Morrill, Warren P 92, 103, 177 

Morris, Ravmond B 96, 106 

Morris, Roger S 212, 219 

Morris, Thomas J 8 

Morrison, Angus W 96, 110 

Morrison, James F 80, 105 

Morriss, Wm. Haviland 39 

Morse, Arthur H 86, 103 

Morse, Douglass H 96, 104 

Morse, Mary E 78, 103, 212 

Morton, John J., Jr 44 

Mosiman, Roscoe E 49 

Mosher, Clelia D 78, 100, 213 

Moss, Philip Ball 94, 100 

Moss, William L. 

18, 29, 83, 103, 138 

Moulton, Willis B 78, 102 

Moyle, Robert D 49 

Mumford, Eugene B 83, 102 

Munn, Aristine P 44 

Murdoch, Agnes G 86, 109 

Murphy, James B..94, 105, 213, 214 

Murray, Jno. Gardner, Jr 55 

Murray, Robt. G 60 

Musser, Harry Huston 55 

Musser, J. H 219 

Myrick, Hannah Glidden, 70, 103, 213 

Nast, Marie E 86, 106 

Neagle, Harry B 78, 105 

Neel, J. Craig 29, 96, 103 

Neill, Wm., Jr 39 

Nelson, Norman 80, 109 

Nesbit, Wm. Edward 44 

Newburgh, L. H 222 



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Newcomb, Wm. B 06, 105 

Newkirk, Merle Cornelius 44 

Newman, Harold II 44 

Ney, Grover C 92, 108, 218 

Nichols, Firmadge K 96, 108 

Nichols, Joseph L 65, 106 

Nichols, Ralph W 89 

Nicholson, Samuel T., Jr.... 96, 104 

Niles, Walter L 204 

Nixon, Patrick 1 04, 108, 218 

Norton, Rupert 28 

Norton, Willey II 96, 107 

O'Donnell, James A 98, 108 

Ogburn, Herbert II 44 

Oliver, Edward S 70 

Olmsted, Wm. II 44 

Opie, Eugene L 65, 104, 213 

Oppenheimer, Jas. H 93, 107 

Orchard, Norris Gray 89, 106 

Ormond, John Kelso 44 

Orr, Thomas G 96, 105 

Ortscuild, John F 86, 107 

Oschner. Henry Wm 76 

Osier, Wm 9, 213 

Ottley, Charles W 68 

Owens, Fred T 90, 106 

Owsley, Paul 68, 101 

Packard, Mary S 65, 104 

Palmer, Charles B 90, 110 

Pancoast, Omar «. 

21, 31, 65, 103, 149 
Parker, Henry P...73, 101, 205, 213 

Parker, Thomas 60 

Parsons, Wm. T 90, 103 

Partridge, Carroll D 90 

Paschal, Frank L 45 

Patek, Robert 86, 100 

Paull, Wm. Otto 90, 106 

Paullin, James E 83, 101 

Peabody, Francis W 219 

Pearee, Louise 39, 208 

Peek, Leon A 60 

Peightal, Thos. Christian 55 

Peirce, Geo 90, 107, 109, 213 

Pels, Isaac R...25, 32, 86, 103, 157 

Pelton, Chas. H 39 

Penrose, Clement A 65, 103 

Perkins, Ralph S 98, 104 

Perkins, Roger G 60, 107, 213 

Pessagno, Eugene L 90, 103 

Pfeiffer, Damon B 86, 107, 213 

Phipps, Henry 8, 121, 190, 191 

Pincoffs, Maurice Chas., Jr 40 

Pirquet, Clemens Von 214 

Plaggemeyer, Harry Ward 90 

Plass, Everett Dudley... 29, 98, 103 

Piatt, Washington 55 

Pleasants, Jacob H. 

19, 30, 68, 103, 138, 139, 214 

Plumer, John Shaffer 49 

Pollack, Flora 23, 32, 154, 155 

Porter, Frank Gibson. .93, 103, 105 

Porter, Katherine 66, 105 

Post, Lawrence T 45 

Post, Martin H., Jr 40 

Potter, Caryl A 98, 105 

Powers, Grover F 45 

Pratt, Joseph Hersey 66, 103 

Pratt, J. Paul 29, 96, 103 

Preble, Paul 90, 101 

Preston, Geo. Heinrichs 55 

Preston, Robert S 93, 105 



Page 

Pretz, QeorgC B 94, ] 07 

Prouty, Jra if 98, 101 

Purdum, II. D 

Putnam, Mary 3 

Putts, iionjamin S 86, 107 

Quackcnboss, A 219 

Rainforth, Seld^n 1 . . . . 78, 106, 214 

Ramage, Chesney M 96, 109 

Rand, Carl W 40 

Rand, R. F 70, 101 

Randall, Alexander 29, 90, 108 

Randall, Blanchard 

Randolph, James Henry 80, 101 

Randolph, Robert L. 

18, 28, 81, 161, 176, 214 

Raney, M. Llewellyn 26, 27 

Ray, Daniel Pattee 90, 107 

Ray, Frederick S 93, 100 

Ray, Lillian E 93 

Rea, Ralph R 86, 100 

Reddish, Wm. D 45 

Redelings, Leslie II 50 

Redewill, Francis II 86, 100 

Reed, Dorothy M 70, 109 

Reed, Jewett V 80, 102 

Reede, Edward H 76, l<a 

Rehverger, Geo. E 83, 108 

Reichard, John D 50 

Reid, Chas. D 40 

Reik, Henry 2, 14 

Reinhard, Ferdinand O. W 51 

Remsen, Charles M. 

22, 28, 80, 103, 149 

Remsen, Ira 9, 26 

Reynolds, Harold 1 40 

Rhea, Lawrence J 83, 103 

Rhodes, Clarence A 90, 101 

Rhodes, Robert L 96, 108 

Richards, Davis Neeper 55 

Richardson, Edward H. 

21, 32, 33, 83, 103, 154, 214 
Richardson. Maurice Leonard.. 45 

Ricker, Wm. G 80, 108 

Ricksher, Charles 83, 106 

Ridges, Alfred J 93, 108 

Ridgway, R. F. L 87, 107 

Riggins. Edwin N 76, 105 

Riggs, Theodore F 78, 108 

Riley, Chas. W 90, 106 

Riley, Benjamin F 78, 101 

Rinde, Hamilton 93, 101 

Rindalub. Martin P., Jr 83, 106 

Rivers, Thomas M 45 

Rix, Rudolph 60 

Robbins, Douglas F 50 

Robinson, Aaron 50 

Robinson, George C 78, 106 

Robinson, Harry H 96, 104 

Robinson, James L 93, 108 

Rockwood, Ethel M 50 

Rogers, Carey P 76, 101 

Rogers, Walter B..96, 107, 214, 222 

Rohde, Alice 96, 109 

Rohde, Max S 40 

Root, Chas. H 60 

Rosenbloom, Jacob 204 

Rosen crantz, Esther 80, 110 

Rosenfeld, Arthur S 98, 106 

Rosenfeld, J. W 96, 109 

Rosenheim, Sylvan 68, 103, 214 

Rosenthal, Gilbert White 55 

Ross, Mary J 90, 105 



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Page 

Ross, Maxwell, Jr 29, 138 

Rothholtz, Alma S 50 

Rothschild, Lippman L 50 

Rous, Francis P 83, 106, 214 

Rowntree, Leonard G. 

18, 132, 133, 134, 203, 215 

Rubel, Maurice J 73, 101 

Rucker, Augusta 98, 106 

iRucker, Marvin P 78, 108 

Rushmore, Stephen 76, 103 

Rusk, Glanville Y 70, 100 

Russ, Henry C 87, 101 

Russell, Wm. W....12, 28, 154, 156 

Rutherford, F. Allen 50 

Rynd, Charles E 98, 105 

Sabin, Florence R. 

13, 26, 70, 103, 
126, 127, 128, 215 

Sachs, Ernest 80, 104, 215 

Salter, John C 73, 104 

Saltzstein, Harry 50 

Sample, John T 24, 29, 138 

Sampson, John A 68, 105, 215 

Sanders, Wm. E 60 

Sanderson, Raymond 96, 105 

Sandrock, Edgar P 90, 103 

Sands, Georgiana 66, 106 

Sarason, Peter B 40 

Sargent, G. F. . 30 

Sawyer, C. D 202 

Sawyer, Dwight M 98, 105 

Sawyer, Harold P 87, 106 

Scarborough, James 1 93, 103 

Schaefer, Solomon W 94, 107 

Schick, Arnold Geo 55 

Schell, Orville H 80, 105 

Schenck, Benjamin R..67, 104, 215 

Schloss, Oscar M 83, 106, 216 

Schmeisser, Henry C 40 

Schmitt, John J. S 50 

Schmitter, Ferdinand. .78, 105, 216 

Schnack, Adolph Geo 55 

Scholl, George B 76, 103 

Schorer, Edwin H 87, 103 

Schumacher, Hiram S 90, 3 06 

Schultz, Oscar T 79, 107, 216 

Schulz, Raymond L 40 

Scofield, 'Raymond B 90, 106 

Scott, Augusta R 45 

Scott, Katherine J 55 

Scott, Walter F 60 

Seagrave, Mabel 98, 106 

Sears, Nathan P 40 

Seeley, Lamar 87 

Seem, Ralph B 87, 106 

Sellards, Andrew W. . .94, 108, 216 

Selling, Laurence 93 

Sellman, Reginald 40 

Semmes, R. E 96 

Senseny, Herbert M 96, 109 

Sewell, John H 50 

Sexton, Walter G . . .29, 98, 103 

Shaffer, Floyd E 50 

Shale, Rolla J 40 

Shallenberg, Will F 90, 101 

Shamer, Maurice E 60 

Shaw, Austin 45 

Shaw, Henry N 45 

Sheetz, John W 96, 107 

Shellits, Judd Campbell 55 

Sherrick, Joseph L 50 



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Sherry, LeRoy B 50 

Sheubrooks, Donald Marsh .... 55 

Shields, Jacob A 60 

Shipley, Arthur M 33 

Shippen, Lloyd P.. 24, 134, 135, 166 

Shore, Clarence A 90, 106 

Shugarman, Harry P...93, 100, 216 

Sieber, Paul R 98, 107 

Silverberg, M 76, 100, 216 

Silvester, Richard L 50 

Simis, Mabel P 73, 104 

Simpson, Ellery DeW 40 

Simpson, John N 76, 109 

Singewald, Edward M...20, 30, 159 

Sisson, Warren Richards 40 

Skilling, Wm. K 99, 103 

Slack, Harry R 40 

Sladen, Frank J. 

18, 28, 87, 103, 122, 138, 

139, 140, 143, 146, 216 

Slater, Lowrey M 55 

Slemons, J. M. 

14, 28, 73, 103, 151, 152, 177 

Sloan, Harry G 87, 107, 216 

Sloan, Martin F 24, 31, 138 

Slocum, Robert B 83, 106 

Smead, Lewis F 83, 107, 217 

Smith, Daniel C. W. 2d 55 

Smith, Frank H 60 

Smith, Frank R 15, 30, 138, 139 

Smith, Frederick J 45 

Smith, Geo. A 90, 101 

Smith, Henry Lee 20, 138, 139 

Smith, Helen W 29, 99, 103 

Smith, Henry Lee, Mrs 30, 191 

Smith, Herbert M 23, 107 

Smith, John F 50, 107 

Smith, Joseph T., Jr 90, 107 

Smith, Lucius Ernest 55 

Smith, L. Howard 56 

Smith, W. H 103 

Smith, Winford H. . .28, 33, 79, 217 

Snowden, Roy R 99, 103 

Snyder, Charles D. 

15, 128, 129, 217, 219 

Souder, Chas. Granville 90, 107 

Southard, Wm. White 56 

Southworth, Jno. D 56 

Sowers, W. F. M 71, 101 

Spear, Iving J 33 

Spencer, Lewis C 99, 103 

Spencer, Roscoe R 45 

Sperry, John A 22, 29, 32, 154 

Sponsler, Marshall B 98, 107 

Spratt. Charles N 73, 104 

Sprunt, Thomas P. 

21, 94, 103, 134, 135, 217 

Stacy, Roland L 93, 106 

Starr, Frammell 40 

Stearns, Thornton 40 

Steele, Harry G 60 

Steele, Wm 60 

Steele, Harry M 76, 101, 217 

Steele, Chas. M 45 

Steensland, Halbert S 68, 106 

Steiner, Walter R 67, 101 

Steinfeld, Albert L 73, 107 

Stephenson, Henry A. 

25, 29, 96, 103, 151 

Stetler, Pearlie Mae 45 

Stevens, Alexander McC 98, 103 

Stevens, Alexander R 79, 106 



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Stevenson, Holland N 41 

Stewart, George A 99, 1 03 

Stewart, James R 94, 101 

Stick, Edward W 94 

Stiles, Chas. Wardell.. .15, 107, 217 

Stillman, Edgar 90, 106 

Stone, Charles W 83, 107 

Stone, Ellen A 71, 108 

Stone, Harry R 80, 106 

Stone, Harvey B...31, 87, 103, 218 

Stone, William R 68 

Storrs, Henry J 80, 104 

Stowers, Jas. E 45 

Straight, Persis R 87, 107 

Strauss, Abraham 41 

Strauss, Sidney 60 

Street, David C 41 

Strobel, Edgar R. 

19, 32, 68, 103, 157, 205, 218 

Strong, Richard P 65, 108, 218 

Strouse, Solomon 87, 101, 218 

Stubbs, Landon E 50 

Stubenrauch, Chas H 90, 101 

Sundwall, John 41 

Swett, Carlotta M 73, 109 

Swords, Merrick W 60 

Sydenstricker, Virgil P. W. . . . 56 

Tallant, Alice W 76, 102, 218 

Taneyhill, George L. 

20, 30, 81, 103, 159 

Tappan, Benjamin 56 

Taylor, Herbert D 50 

Taylor, Howard L 96, 107 

Terry, Benjamin T 81, 106, 218 

Thatcher, Henry C 87, 106 

Thalheimer, William M 93, 10S 

Thayer, William S. 

11, 28, 138, 140, 142, 143, 

146, 175, 176, 177, 218 
Theobald, Samuel, 

12, 28, 31, 161, 219 

Thomas, Albert A 93, 102 

Thomas, Chas. Roberts 56 

Thomas, Henry M. 

12, 28, 30, 33, 159 

Thomas, M. Carey, Miss 188 

Thompson, Charles B 45 

Thompson, Philip P 87, 102 

Thompson, Win. L 81, 103 

Thompson, Herbert S 94, 106 

Thornton, W T illiam L 96, 101 

Timberlake, Geo 33 

Todd, Martillus H 45, 219 

Torrey, Harry N 87, 104 

Torrey, Julia M 94 

Towles, Caroline B 83, 103 

Tracy, Dwight W 93, 101 

Trask, Leo Steward 45 

Travis, Catherine H 79 

Tredway, Thomas P 96, 107 

Trotter, Charles E 94 

Trudeau, Francis B 45 

Tucker, Prescott Stearns 56 

Trueblood, Donald V 56 

Turkington, Chas. H 91, 101 

Turner, Joseph R 45 

Turner, Victor Roland 56 

Tuttle, Lucius.. 91, 107, 210 

Tweedie, Hedley V..24, 31, 161, 210 

Tyler, Geo. T 81, 105 

Ulrich, Henry L 73, 104 



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Underbill, Albert J 73, 103 

CJrquhart, Richard A. ...10. 30, 158 

dtzinger, Otto E 50 

Vail, Thornton E 00. 101 

Valk, Arthur DeT 00, 10:>, 

Valzah, Laurie Van 50 

Van Arsdall, Condit B..76, 102, 104 

Vanderhoof, D 83, 108, 210 

Van Dendurgh, John 76, 100 

Vanorden, Herbert F 00 

Verhoeff, Frederick H . 103 

Vest, Cecil W 29, 32, 03, 103 

Vogeler, Wm. J 81, 106 

Voegtlin, Carl, 

15, 132, 134, 195, 220 

Wagenhals, Franklin C 46 

Wahi, Harry Roswell 41 

Waite, Robt. Lester 05, 101 

Waite, Willis W 87, 1 OK 

Walker, Clifford B 00, 103 

Walker, Emma E 67, 106 

W T alker, George, 

16, 31, 149, 150, 225 

Walker, Isaac C 95, 220 

Walker, J. C 102 

Walker, Jno. Edward 56 

Walker, Marian B 73, 101 

Wallace, William G 95, 102 

Walters, Arthur L 41 

Walton, Duncan C 95, 110 

Warfield, Louis M 73, 109. 220 

Warfield, Mactier.. .18, 32, 160, 220 

Warner, Chas. Luther 56 

Waring, Robert K 8 

Warren, Geo. Wm 73, 106 

W T arren, Mortimer 71, 106 

Washburn. Robert G...81. 109, 220 

Watkins, Leon H 29. 32. 95, 103 

Watkins, Shelton Hughes. ..... 46 

Watson, Clyde E 97, 109 

Watson, Ernest M 46 

Watson, Frank H 79 

Watson, Helen.. 25, 29, 97, 103, 138 

Watson, Percy T 91 

Watt, Charles H 41 

Watters, Ethel Madelaine 46 

Watts, Stephen H 73, 108, 221 

Weakley, Adriel C 41 

Weaver, Louis S 81, 107 

Weaver, Maurice S 50 

Webb, Charles W 95, 105 

Webb, Harold R 87, 103 

Webb, Joseph 50 

Webster, Jerome P 50 

Weed, Lewis H 41 

Weems, Benjamin Francis, Jr. . 46 

Weese, William J 99, 107 

Wegefarth, Paul 41 

Weinberg, Milton 97, 108 

Welch, Charles A 56 

Welch, William H. 

9, 26, 27, 28, 33, 134, 

135, 136, 137, 221 

Wells, Donald B 41 

Wells, Ernest A 73, 101 

Wells, Mabel 73 

Wenning, Theodore H 97, 106 

Werber, Ernest 1 24, 126, 127 

Werner, Roy G 56 

Wesson, Miley B., Jr 97, 106 

West, John M 73, 103 

Wharton, Lawrence R 56 



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Whipple, George Hoyt, 
15, 26, 28, 83, 103, 134, 

135, 136, 137, 142, 143, 

176, 177, 198, 207, 221 

Whismer, Henry S 56 

Whitcraft, James H 97, 104 

White, George H., Jr 87, 109 

White, Miles, Jr 8 

White, Richard J 8 

White, Wm. H 91, 106 

Whitridge, Andrew H .67, 103 

Whitten, Wm. D 61 

Wiel, Harry 1 84, 100 

Wiener, Isidore K 99, 106 

Wiese, Edwin R 99, 110 

Wiesender, Arthur J 95, 109 

Wight, Otis B 76, 107 

Wilbur. Frederick P 87, 105 

Wile, Udo J 91, 106, 221 

Willhite, O. Clark 61 

Williams, Alexander W 41 

Williams, Clara L 76, 100 

Williams, Dudley 30, 103 

Williams, Francis T 41 

Williams, J. Whitridge, 

10, 26, 27, 28, 33, 151, 

154, 176, 221 

Williams, Louis Hicks 56 

Williams, Norman H 46 

Williams, William W 68, 100 

Willock, John S 81, 107 

Wilson, Gordon 33, 144 

Wilson, Harry E 50 

Wilson, James H 93, 101 

Wilson, Karl M 22, 29, 32, 151 

Wilson, Walter S 81, 101 

Wilson, Winf red 81, 108 

Winn, Claud M 99, 107 

Winn, Nannie L 87, 100 

Winne, Charles K., Jr 73, 105 

Winter, John A 87, 104 

Winternitz, Milton Charles, 
18, 28, 33, 91, 103, 134, 135, 

193, 205, 211, 214, 222 



Page 
Winthrop, Gilman J. 

87, 100, 199, 222 

Wix, Edward B 57 

Wolf, Eleanor B 41 

Wolfe, George Baney 41 

Wolff, Sylvain B 50 

Wolfort, Benjamin E 87, 105 

Wolfsohn, Julian M 29, 99, 103 

Wolman, Samuel. 

20, 31, 88, 103, 138. 139, 

144, 176, 177, 204, 222 

Woltereck, Gustav H 30, 95, 103 

Woo, F. Simon 57 

Wood, Evans B 50 

Wood, James A 41 

Woods, Alan C 50 

Woodward, Harold B 41 

Woodward, Jas. S 61 

Woolley. Paul G 70, 106, 222 

Worthington, Joseph K 93, 106 

Worthington, Mary W 57 

Wright, Chas. B 76, 104 

Wright, Otis B 22l 

Wroth, Peregrine, Jr 88,103 

Wyatt, W T alter S 95, 103 

Wyckoff, Sarah D 68, 107 

Wynne, Herbert M 50 

Yates. John L 69, 109 

Youmans. Iva Catherine. .. .95, 101 

Young, Chas. W 79, 109 

Young, Hugh H. 

13, 27, 28, 31, 149, 

150, 151, 159, 176 

l r oung, William Walter 46 

Youtz, Hiram L 84, 106 

Zadek, Isadore 51 

Zartman, Luke V 97, 103 

Zeiler, A. H 195 

Zimmerman, Amelia V 61 

Zimmerman, Jacob L 46 

Zualuwenburg, J. G. Van 206 



INDEX 



Page 

Admission, Requirements for... 112 

to advanced standing 114 

of Physicians to Graduate 

Courses 125 

of Physicians during year. 125 
Advanced Standing, Admission 

to 114 

Adviser, Medical, to the Students 122 
Advisory Board of Medical Fac- 
ulty 33 

Anatomy, Officers of Instruction 126 

Courses in 126 

Histology 127 

Neurology 127 

Embryology 127 

Systematic Human 127 

Pathological, see Pathology. 
Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 12§ 

Announcement and Catalogue . . 35 

Application for 7 

Application Blanks 113 

Appointments to Hospital Staff 179 

of Extemes 179 

Art, Instruction in, as Applied 

' to Medicine 163 

Assistants, List of 22 

Associate Professors, List of . . . 12 

Associates, List of 15 

Auscultation and Percussion, 

Course in 147 

Autopsies, Instruction in 134 

Bacteriology, Instruction in, for 

Matriculates 135 

Baxley Medical Professorship . . 188 

Bay View Asylum, House Staff of 33 

Appointment to 33 

Clinical Instruction in 162 

Medical Staff of 33 

Biology, Preparation in 113 

Blanks for Application for Ad- 
mission 113 

Board, Advisory, of Medical 

Faculty 26 

Medical, of Johns Hopkins 

Hospital 33 

of Medical Studies 26 

Botany, Preparation in, see 
Biology. 

Breakage, Charges for 180 

Bulletin of Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital 125 

Calendar 6, 7 

Catalogue of Candidates for 

Degree of M. D 37 

of Physicians Attending 

Graduate Courses 58 

of Doctors of Medicine. ... 65 
of Members of Hospital and 

Dispensary Medical Staff 28 

Caution Money 180 

Certificates for Admission 112 

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Chemical-Biological Course for 

Admission 112 

Chemistry, Preparation in 107 

Physiological, Instruction in 

(a) for Matriculates.... 130 

(b) for Physicians 132 

Children, Diseases of, see Dis- 
eases of Children. 

City Detention Hospital at Bay 
View, see Bay View 
Asylum. 

Clinical Clerks 143 

Laboratory 190 

Endowment of 190 

Clinical Microscopy, Instruction 

in, for Matriculates 141 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 147 

Clinical Neurology, see Diseases 
of the Nervous System. 

Clinical Opportunities 119 

Professors, List of 11 

Clinics, Dispensary 138 

Medical 138-148 

Surgical 149-152 

Gynecology 154-156 

Commemoration Day 7 

Commencement 7 

Committees of Faculty 26 

"Conditions" at Examination.. 178 

Contents, Table of 3 

Courses of Instruction for Ma- 
triculates 126 

for Physicians, 128, 130, 132, 

134, 137, 145, 151, 154. 155, 

157, 158, 162 

Cystoscopic Examinations 155 

Dean 10 

Degree in Arts or Science, Pre- 
liminary Requirements 

concerning 113 

of Doctor of Medicine, Re- 
quirements for 180 

of Doctor of Medicine, List 

of Candidates for 37 

Departments of Instruction .... 126 

Deposit of Caution Money 180 

Dermatology, Officers of In- 
struction for 157 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 157 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 157 

Out-Patient Department of 32 
Diagnosis, Physical, Instruction 

in, for Matriculates. ... 139 
Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 147 

Gynecological, Instruction in 154 

Dietetics, Instruction in 133 

Diseases of Children, Officers of 

Instruction for 158 



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Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 158 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 158 

Out-Patient Department of. 30 
Diseases of the Nervous System 159 
Officers of Instruction for. 159 
Instruction in, Matriculates. 159 
Out-Patient Department of. 30 

Dissections 128 

Dispensary, Departments of 28 

Instruction in 138 

Members of Medical Staff of 28 
Distribution, Geographical, of 

students enrolled 62 

Doctors of Medicine of the 

Johns Hopkins University 65 

Places of Residence 100 

Bar, Diseases of, see Ophthal- 
mology and Otology. 

Electives 127-163 

Embryology 127 

Endowments 182 

Entrance Requirements 112 

Examinations, Annual 178 

for Admission, Exemptions, 

from 113 

to absolve Conditions 178 

Cystoscopic 156 

Experimental Pathology 136 

Eixternes, Appointment of 17'j 

Eye, Diseases of, see Ophthal- 
mology and Otology. 

Faculty 9 

Faculty, Standing Committees of 26 
Fees, Tuition for Matriculates. 180 

for Graduate Courses 125 

for Rental of Microscopes.. 123 

Registration 123 

Forensic Medicine, Instruction 

in 167 

French, Preparation in 113 

Fund, the Mary Elizabeth Gar- 
rett 185 

for the iStudy of Tubercu- 
losis 190 

Phipps, for the Study of 

Tuberculosis 190 

The Women's Medical 

School 183 

The Phipps Psychiatric 

Clinic 191 

The Harriet Lane Johnson 
Home for Invalid Chil- 
dren 191 

Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, Fund. 185 

General Statement Ill 

Genito-Urinary Diseases, Officer 

of Instruction for 159 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 160 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 151 

Out-Patient Department of. 31 

German, Preparation in 113 

Graduate Courses 128-162 

Graduates in Medicine of Johns 
Hopkins University, List 

of 65 

Graduation, Requirements for. . 180 
Places of Students Enrolled 62 



Page 
Gross Anatomy, Special Course 

in, for Physicians 128 

Gynecology, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 154 

Courses in, for Matriculates 154 
Out-Patient Department of. 32 

Herter Lectureship, The 188 

Histology, Instruction in, for 

Matriculates 127 

Pathological 135 

Historical Club 125 

History of Medicine 168 

Hospital, see Johns Hopkins 

Hospital. 
House Officers of Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital 29 

Hygiene, Instruction in. . . .137, 166 

Lecturer on 14 

Infection and Immunity, Lec- 
tures on 135 

Instruction, Department of . . . . 12<; 
Courses of, for Matricu- 
lates 126 

Courses of, for Physi- 
cians 128,162 

General Plan of 115 

Statement Ill 

Instruction in Arts as Applied 

to Medicine 16°» 

Instructors, List of 18 

Internes, Appointment of 179 

List of 29 

Johns Hopkins, Extract from 

Letter of 182 

Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 

Medical Staff of 28 

Instruction in 138 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Ap- 
pointment to House Staff. 179 

Bulletin of 125 

Clinical Opportunities of. . 119 

Endowment of 189 

Medical Society of 125 

Medical Staff of . . .• 28 

Reports of 125 

Trustees of 8 

Journal Club (Physiology) 129 

Laboratories, Instruction in. 126, 168 
Laryngology and Rhinology, Of- 
ficers of Instruction for 160 
Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 160 

Out-Patient Department of 32 

Latin, Preparation in 113 

Lectures, List of 15 

Lectures 168 

Legal Medicine, see Forensic 
Medicine. 

Libraries 124 

Matriculation 123 

Medical Adviser to the Students 122 
Medical Board of Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital 33 

Medical Jurisprudence, see For- 
ensic Medicine.' 
Medical Faculty, Advisory 

Board of 25 

Medical Societies 125 

Medical Staff of Johns Hop- 
kins Dispensary 28 

of Johns Hopkins Hospital 28 



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of City Detention Hospital 

at Bay View 33 

Medicine, Officers of Instruction 

for 138 

Courses in, for Matricu- 
lates 1 '.V.) 

Courses in, for Physicians. . 145 
Out-Patient Department of 30 
Mental Diseases, see Psychiatry. 
Microscopes, Regulations regard- 
ing, for Matriculates. . . . 123 
Regulations regarding for 

Graduate Courses 123 

Fee for Rental of 123 

Microscopy, Clinical, see Clinical 

Microscopy. 
Minor Courses, Entrance Re- 
quirements concerning. . . 112 
Natural Sciences, Entrance Re- 
quirements concerning. . 112 
Nervous Systems, see Neurology. 
Neurology, Instruction in, for 

Matriculates 151) 

Out-Patient Department of 30 
Clinical, see Diseases of 
the Nervous System. 
Nose, Diseases of, see Laryn- 
gology and Rhinology. 
Obstetrics, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 152 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 152 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 154 

Obstetrics, Out-Patient Depart- 
ment of 32 

Office of Treasurer, Location of 

Registrar, Location of . . 7 
Officers of Instruction, see Fac- 
ulty of Medicine. 
Operative Surgery, Instruction 

in, for Matriculates 150 

Ophthalmology and Otology, 

Officers of Instruction for 161 
Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 161 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 162 

Out-Patient Department of. 31 
Orthopedic Surgery, Instruc- 
tion in, for Matriculates 163 
Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 151 

Orthopedic Surgery, Out-Patient 
Department of, see Surgery- 
Osteology 127 

Other Officers 27 

Otology, see Ophthalmology and 

Otology. 
Out-Patient Department, see Dis- 
pensary. 
Pathologists to the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital 28 

Pathology, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 134 

Courses in, for Matriculates 134 
Courses in, for Physicians.. 137 

Experimental 136 

Gynecological 155 

Obstetrical 153 

Surgical 153 

Baxley Professorship of . . . 188 



Page 
Pediatrics, see Diseases of Chil- 
dren. 
Pharmacology, Officer! of In- 
struction for 132 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 132 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians km 

Pharmacy, Instruction in 134 

Phipps Fund for the Studv of 

Tuberculosis 190 

Phipps Dispensary g] 

Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 121 

Physical Diagnosis, instruction 

in, for Matriculates 139 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 145 

Physicians, attending Special 

Courses, List of 58 

Physicians, Courses for 128-162 

of the Hospital 28 

of the Dispensary 30 

Physics, Preparation in 113 

Physiological Chemistry, Officers 

of Instruction for 130 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 130 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 132 

Physiology, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 128 

Instruction In, for Matricu- 
lates 128 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 130 

Journal Club 129 

Seminary 129 

Places of Residence of Gradu- 
ates in Medicine of the 
Johns Hopkins University 100 
President of the University./. 9 

Professors, List of 9 

Psychiatry, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 162 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 162 

Publications 125 

Registration fee 123 

Registrar 27 

Reports of the Johns Hopkins 

Hospital 125 

Requirements for Admission, see 

Admission. 
Requirements for Admission, 
approved by Medical 

Faculty in 1893 187 

Requirements for Graduation. . . 180 
Rhinology. see Laryngology and 

Rhinology. 
Sciences, Requirements in, for 

Admission 112 

Schedules of Courses 169 

Scholarships, The Joseph Ker- 

nochan Garr 191 

Hopkins 192 

Skin, Diseases of, see Derma- 
tology. 

Societips. Medical 125 

Special Courses for Graduates. 128-162 
Departments, Instruction 

in 128-162 

Workers, Admission of 114 



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Index 



237 



Page 
Specialties, Instruction in (see 

schedules). 
Standing Committees of Faculty 26 
Standing of Students, Deter- 
mination of 178 

Students, Matriculated, List of. 37 
Enrolled Geographical Dis- 
tribution of 62 

Medical Advisers to 122 

Places of Graduation 100 

Graduate, List of 65 

Summary of Lists of Students.. 57 
Surgery, Officers of Instruction 

for 149 

Courses in, for Matricu- 
lates 149 

Out-Patient Department of. 31 

Surgical Dressers 150 

Symptomatology of Disease, In- 
struction in 140 

Therapeutics, Instruction in . . . 132 
Throat Diseases of, see Laryng- 
ology and Rhinology. 
Toxicology, Instruction in, for 

Matriculates 132 

Instruction in, for Physi- 
cians 134 

Treasurer of the University... 27 



Page 

Trustees of the Hospital 8 

of the University 8 

Tuition Fees, for Matricu- 
lates 123, 180 

for Physicians attending 

Graduate Courses. . .123, 180 
University, Chemical-Biological 

Course in. 112 

University, Library of 124 

Courses for Graduates. .128-162 

Librarian of 27 

Registrar of 27 

Treasurer of 27 

Trustees of 8 

Vacations 7 

Ward Work 142, 143, 146, 150 

153, 154, 163 

Women, Admission of Ill, 185 

Women's Committee of Medical 

School 186 

Fund Memorial Building. . 185 

Women's Medical School Fund. 183 
X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeu- 
tics, Special Course in, 

for Physicians 152 

Zoology, Medical Instruction in 167 

Lecturer on 167 

Preparation in, see Biology. 



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No. 8 



THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS 
UNIVERSITY CIRCULAR 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1912-1913 



OF THE 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 



Baltimore, Maryland 

Published by the University 

Issued Monthly from October to July 

October, 1912 



[New Series, 1912, No. 8] 
[Whole Number, 248] 



Entered, October 21, 1903, at Baltimore, Md., as second class matter, under 
Act of Congress of July 16, 1894. 



THE 



JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



Medical Department 



ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS 



HOSPITAL 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1912-13 



BALTIMORE 

The Johns Hopkins Press 

1912 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar 6, 7 

Trustees cf the Johns Hopkins University 8 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 8 

Faculty 9 

Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty 26 

Board of Medical Studies 26 

Standing Committees of the Faculty 26 

Other Officers 27 

Medical Staff of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary 28 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 28 

Medical Staff of the City Detention Hospital for the Insane, Bay 

View 33 

Catalogue and Announcement or the Coukses of Instruction 
for Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

and for Graduates in Medicine 35 

List of Candidates for the Degree of M. D 37 

List of Physicians Attending Graduating Courses 57 

Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolled and their Places 

of Graduation 59 

List of Doctors of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University . . 62 
Places of Residence of Graduates in Medicine of the Johns 

Hopkins University 100 

General Statement 112 

Requirements for Admission. 113 

Admission to Advanced Standing 115 

General Plan of Instruction 116 

Clinical Opportunities 120 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 122 

Medical Attention to Students 123 

Microscopes 124 

Registration 124 

Libraries 125 

Medical Societies 126 

Graduate Instruction 126 

Publications 126 

Departments of Instruction 127 

Anatomy, Histology and Microscopic Anatomy 127 

Gross Anatomy (for Graduates) 128 

Physiology 129 

Physiology, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates) 131 

Physiological Chemistry 131 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary and Advanced (for 

Graduates) 133 

Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Practical Therapeutics 133 



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Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (for Graduates) 135 

Pathology and Bacteriology 189 

Experimental Pathology 127 

Pathology, Elementary (for Graduates) 138 

Hygiene (for Graduates) 138 

Medicine (including work in the Clinical Laboratories) 139 

Medicine, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates)... 146 

Medicine, Special Course (for Graduates) 147 

Surgery 1 50 

Surgical Pathology (for Graduates) 152 

Orthopedic Surgery (for Graduates) 152 

Genlto-Urinary Surgery (for Graduates) 152 

X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics (for Graduates) 152 

Obstetrics 153 

Obstetrics, Advanced (for Graduates) 154 

Gynecology 155 

Gynecological Pathology, Elementary (for Graduates) 156 

Cystoscopy (for Graduates) 157 

Dermatology 161 

Dermatology (for Graduates) 162 

Diseases of Children 159 

Diseases of Children (for Graduates) 159 

Diseases of Nervous System 162 

Genito-Urinary Diseases 162 

Laryngology and Rhinology 163 

Ophthalmology 160 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy (for 

Graduates) 160 

Psychiatry 157 

Orthopedic Surgery 164 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 168 

Hygiene 165 

Medical Zoology 166 

Legal Medicine 167 

History and Literature of Medicine 167 

Special Lectures 170 

Schedule of Courses as Arranged for the Session of 1911-1912 171 

Annual Examinations 180 

Hospital Appointments 181 

Requirements for Graduation 182 

Charges for Tuition 183 

Appendix 184 

Endowment . . . 184 

The Women's Medical School Fund 185 

The Mary Elizabeth Garrett Fund 187 

The Requirements for Admission, approved by the Medical 

Faculty, February 4, 1893 189 

The Baxley Medical Professorship 190 

The Herter Lectureship 190 

The Endowment of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 191 

The Endowment of the Clinical Laboratory 192 

The Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 192 

Phipps Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 192 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 193 

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PAGB 

The Harriet Lane Johnson Home for Invalid Children 193 

The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholarship 193 

Hopkins Scholarships 194 

Publications of the Instructors and Graduates of the Johns 

Hopkins Medical School 195 

Alphabetical Index of Names 1227 

Index 238 



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1012. 

October 1 (Tuesday) — Instruction begins. Twentieth academic 
year. 

November 28 (Thursday) — Thanksgiving Day. All classes sus- 
pended. 

December 2 (Monday) — Instruction resumed. 

December 23 (Monday morning) — The Christmas Recess begins. 

1913. 

January 2 (Thursday) — Instruction resumed. 

February 22 (Saturday) — Commemoration Day. All classes 
suspended. Public exercises at 11 o'clock. 

March 20 (Thursday) — The Easter Recess begins. 

March 27 (Thursday) — Instruction resumed. 

May 1 (Thursday) — Last day of application for the Hopkins 
Scholarships offered to medical students from Maryland, 
North Carolina and Virginia. 

June 10 (Tuesday) — Commencement Day. Public exercises at 
4 o'clock. 

September 26 (Friday) — Candidates for admission will as- 
semble in the auditorium of the Physiological building 
(East Monument and Washington streets), at 10 a. m. 

October 7 (Tuesday) — Instruction resumed. Twenty-first 
academic year. 



The Treasurer's office is at 712 N. Howard street, and is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 

The office of the Registrar of the Medical Department is in the 
Physiological building, near the corner of East Monument and 
Washington streets, and is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

For catalogue and general information, address the Registrar 
of the Medical Department, The Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



TRUSTEES 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

R. Brent Keyser, President Henry D. Harlan, Secretary 

Eugene Levering Miles White, Jr. 

Bernard N. Baker William H. Buckler 

Francis M. Jencks B. Howell Griswold, Jr. 

Theodore Marburg John Glenn, Jr. 
Blanchard Randall 

The President of the University, ex officio 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

Henry D. Harlan Henry M. Hurd, M. D. 

President Secretary 

William H. GrxIfflin Blanchard Randall 

William A. Marburg Robert K. Waring 

George Cator George K. McGaw 

John M. Glenn Richard J. White 

R. Brent Keyser Henry Phipps 
Henry Barton Jacobs, M. D. 



FACULTY AND TEACHING STAFF* 



The names are arranged in the several groups in the order of appointment. 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 

IRA REMSEN, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 
B. N. Baker Professor of Chemistry. 

A. B., College of the City of New York, 1865; M. D., Columbia University (Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1867; Ph. D., University of GSttin- 
gen, 1870; LL. D., Columbia University, 1893, Princeton University, 1896, 
Yale University, 1901, University of Toronto, 1902, Harvard University, 1909, 
Pennsylvania College, 1910; D. C. L., University of the South, 1907; Profes- 
sor of Chemistry in Williams College, 1872-76, and previously Assistant in 
Chemistry in the University of Ttibingen; Foreign Member, Chemical Society of 
London; Honorary Member, Chemical Society of France; Secretary of the 
Academic Council, 1887-1901; Director of the Chemical Laboratory, 1876-1908; 
President of the National Academy of Sciences; Medalist of the Society of 
Chemical Industry, 1904 ; and President, 1909-10 ; Editor of the American Chemi- 
cal Journal. 

214 W. Monument St. 

PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM HENRY WELCH, M. D., LL. D. 
Baxley Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1870; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1875; M. D. (Hon.), University of Pennsylvania, 
1894; LL. D., Western Reserve University, 1894, Yale University, 1896, Har- 
vard University, 1900, University of Toronto, 1903, Columbia University, 1904, 
Jefferson Medical College, 1907, and Princeton University, 1910; Professor of 
Pathological Anatomy and General Pathology In the Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, N. Y., 1879-84; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1889-98; Member of the 
National Academy of Sciences ; President of the Board of Directors of the 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research ; President of the American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science, 1906 ; President of the American Medical 
Association ; Pathologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

807 St. Paul St. 

WILLIAM OSLER, M. D., LL. D., D. C. L., F. R. S. 
Honorary Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine 

M. D., McGill University, 1872; LL. D., McGill, 1895, Aberdeen, 1898, Toronto, 
1899, Yale, 1901, Harvard, 1904, Johns Hopkins, 1905; D. C. L., Edinburgh, 
1898, and Trinity (Toronto), 1902; M. D. (Hon.), Oxford, 1905; Fellow of 
the Royal Society of London ; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Lon- 
don ; Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, McGill University, 1874-84; Pro- 
fessor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1884-89; Dean of the 
Medical Faculty, 1898-99; Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1905; Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1889-1905; Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. 

Oxford, England 

HENRY MILLS HURD, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1863, M. D., 1866, A. M., 1870, and LL. D., 
1895; Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1906; Super- 
intendent of the Eastern Michigan Hospital, 1878-89; Superintendent of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin and of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the 
American Journal of Insanity; Secretary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1023 St. Paul St. 



♦Corrected to September 1, 1912. 



10 Medical Department [566 

HOWARD ATWOOD KELLY, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. S. 
Professor of Gynecology 

A. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1877, and M. D., 1882, LL. D., University of 
Aberdeen, and Washington and Lee University, 1006, University of Pennsylvania, 
1907; Associate Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania, 18S8-80 
Professor of Gynecological Surgery in the Johns Hopkins University, 1889-99 
Honorary Member, Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh ; Associate Foreign 
Member, Society of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics, and Chirurglcal 
Society, Paris; Corresponding Member, Obstetrical Society, Leipzig; Fellow, 
British Gynecological Society ; Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh Obstetrical Society ; 
Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh ; Glasgow Obstetrical and Gynecological 
Society, Royal Academy of Medicine (Ireland) ; Hon. Member, Italian Society 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome ; Gynecologist in Chief to the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 1406 Eutaw pi ace 

WILLIAM STEWART HALSTED, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D., 

Hon. P. R. C. S. 

Professor of Surgery 

A. B., Yale University, 1874; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1877; LL. D., Yale University, *1904 ; Edinburgh, 1905; 
D. Sc, Columbia University, 1904 ; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons, 
England, 1900, and Edinburgh, 1905 ; formerly Attending Surgeon to the Pres- 
byterian and Bellevue Hospitals, Chief Surgeon to the Roosevelt Hospital Dis- 
pensary, Associate Attending Surgeon to Roosevelt Hospital, and Surgeon in 
Chief to the Emigrant Hospital, New York; Surgeon in Chief to the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 1201 Eutaw Place 

FRANKLIN PAINE MALL, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Anatomy 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1883, A. M., (Hon.), 1900, and Sc. D., 1908; 
LL. D., University of Wisconsin, 1904; Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1886- 
88, and Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, 1888-89 ; Adjunct Professor 
of Vertebrate Anatomy, Clark University, 1889-92 ; Professor of Anatomy, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1892-93 ; Member of the National Academy of Sciences ; 
Co-editor of the American Journal of Anatomy and of the Journal of Morphology. 

1514 Bolton St. 

JOHN JACOB ABEL, M. D., Sc D. 
Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. B., University of Michigan, 1883, and A. M. (Hon.), 1903, Sc. D., 1912; 
M. D., University of Strassburg, 1888; Professor of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics, University of Michigan, 1891-93 ; Hon. Member Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacy ; Corresponding Member K. K. Gesellschaft der Aerzte, Vienna ; 
Editor of the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Memoer 
of the National Academy of Sciences. 

Charles St. Av. (P. O. Sta. L). 

WILLIAM HENRY HOWELL, Ph. D., M. D., Sc D., LL. D. 
Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1881, Fellow, 1882-84, and Ph. D., 1884; LL. 
D., Trinity College, (Conn.), 1901; Sc. D., Yale University, 1911; Assistant 
In Biology, 1884-85, Associate, 1885-88, and Associate Professor, 1888-89; 
M. D. (Hon.), University of Michigan, 1890, and LL. D., 1912, and Lecturer 
and Professor of Physiology and Histology, University of Michigan, 1889-92; 
Associate Professor of Physiology, Harvard University, 1892-93 ; Member of the 
National Academy of Sciences; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1899-1911; 
Associate Editor of the American Journal of Physiology. 

232 W. Lanvale St. 



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JOHN WHITRIDGE WILLIAMS, M. D., Sc. D. 
Professor of Obstetrics and Dean 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1886; M. D., University of Maryland, 1888 and 
D. Sc. (Hon.), 1907, and University of Dublin, 1912; Associate in Obstetrics, 
1893-96, and Associate Professor, 1896-99 ; Gynecologist, Union Protestant In- 
firmary ; Director of the Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 1907-1910 ; Obstetrician in 
Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1128 Cathedral St. 

LEWELLYS FRANKLIN BARKER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890, and M. D. (Hon.), 1905; LL. D., Queen's 
University, 1908, and McGill University, 1911 ; House Officer, Toronto General 
Hospital, 1890-91 ; Assistant Physician, Assistant Resident Pathologist, and 
Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1900; Fellow In 
Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1892-94, Associate in Anatomy, 1894-97, 
Associate Professor of Anatomy, 1S97-90, and Associate Professor of Pathology, 
1899-1900; Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy, University of 
Chicago, 1900-04, and Professor of Medicine, Rush Madical College, 1904-05; 
Physician in Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1035 N. Calvert St. 

WILLIAM SYDNEY THAYER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1885, and M. D., 1889; LL. D., Washington College, 
1907; Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-98, Associate and 
Associate Professor of Medicine. Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1905; 
Associate in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1905; Head of the 
Medical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 1898-1905; Associate Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

406 Cathedral St. 

WALTER JONES, Ph. D. 
Professor of Physiological Chemistry 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, and Ph. D., 1891 ; Professor of Natural 
Science, Wittenberg College, 1891-92 ; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Pur- 
due University, 1892-95 ; Assistant in Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-99 ; Associate, 1899-1901 ; Associate Professor, 
1901-1908. 

2621 St. Paul St. 

ADOLF MEYER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Psychiatry 

Ziirich Gymnasium; M. D., University of Zurich, 1892; LL. D., University of 
Glasgow, 1901, and Clark University, 1909; Honorary Fellow and Docent in 
Neurology, University of Chicago, 1892-95 ; Pathologist and Director of Clinical 
Laboratory Work, Worcester (Mass.) Hospital for the Insane, and Docent in 
Psychiatry, Clark University, 1895-1902 ; Director of the Pathological (Psy- 
chiatric) Institute, New York State Hospitals, Ward's Island, 1902-1910; 
Professor of Psycho- Pathology, Cornell University, 1904-1909. 

1012 N. Calvert St. 

JOHN MILLER TURPIN FINNEY, M. D. 
Professor of Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1884; M. D., Harvard University, 1888; Surgeon to 
the Union Protestant Infirmary; Associate and Associate Professor of Surgery, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1912; Associate in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, and Head of the Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1300 Eutaw Place 



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JOHN HOWLAND, M. D. 
Professor of Pediatrics. 

A. B., Yale University, 1894; M. D., New York University College of Medicine, 
1897, and Cornell University, 1899; House Officer, Presbyterian Hospital, 
N. Y., 1897-189P, and N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 1899-1900; Pathologist and 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 1902; Pediatrician 
in charge of Children's Clinic, Bellevue Hospital, 1908-1910; Instructor and 
Associate in Pediatrics, Columbia University ; Professor of Pediatrics, Wash- 
ington University, St. Louis, 1910-1912; Editor, American Journal Diseases of 
Children; Member of Council of Pharmacology and Chemistry, A. M. A.; 
Physician in Charge, Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children. 

20 E. Eager St. 
CLINICAL PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM DAVID BOOKER, M. D. 
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1807 ; Visiting Physician, St. Agnes Hospital, 1894- 
95; Physician in charge of the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium, Baltimore, 1881-98; 
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1909; Associate 
in Pediatrics, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary, 1889-1909. 

208 W. Monument St. 

JOHN NOLAND MACKENZIE, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1876, and New York University, 1877 ; Correspond- 
ing Fellow of the Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Association of 
Great Britain; Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Academy of Medicine; Corre- 
sponding Member of the Laryngological, Lihiuologlcal, and Otological Society of 
France; Laryngologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary, 1912. 

879 Park Av. 

SAMUEL THEOBALD, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1867 ; Surgeon to the Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hospital; Oculist and Aurist to the Home for Incurables; 
Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

970 N. Howard St. 

HENRY M. THOMAS, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884; A. M., (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902 ; Neurologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

1228 Madison Av. 

JERE WILLIAMS LORD, M. D. 
Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1884; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1887; 
Dermatologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

1011 N. Charles St. 

THOMAS CASPAR GILCHRIST, M. D., M. R. C. S., L. S. A. (Eng.) 
Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

hi. R. C. S., and L. S. A., London, 1887; M. D. (Hon.), University of Maryland, 
1907; Corresponding Member, Berlin Dermatological Gesellschaf t ; Honorary 
Member of the Society of Dermatology and Syphilis of Italy ; Dermatologist to 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 



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HENRY JOHNS BERKLEY, M. D., Sc. D. 
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1881; D. Sc. (Hon.), 1907; Consulting Neurologist, 
St. Joseph's Hospital; Visiting Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View. 

1305 Park Av. 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM WOOD RUSSELL, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Gynecology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1890 ; Resident Gynecologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1894-95 ; Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 
1895-99; Head of the Gynecological Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary, 1895- 
1906; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1208 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS STEPHEN CULLEN, M. B. 
Associate Professor of Gynecology 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890; Assistant Resident Gynecologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1892-96, and Resident Gynecologist, 1896-97 ; Instructor in 
Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-97 ; Associate, 1897-99 \Associate 
in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 W. Preston St. 

ROBERT LEE RANDOLPH, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1S84, A. M. (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902; Assistant in Ophthalmology, Vienna Polyclinic, 1880; Associate in Oph- 
thalmology and Otology, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Assistant Oph- 
thalmic and Aural Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. 

609 Park Ave. 

THOMAS BARNES FUTCHER, M. B. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1893 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1894-1898; Resident Physician, 1S98-1901 ; Instructor in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1897; Associate, 1897-1901; Associate in Medi- 
cine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Physician in charge of Medical Clinic, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

23 W. Franklin St. 

JOSEPH COLT BLOODGOOD, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Surgery 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1888 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1891 ; 
Resident Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1893-97; Assistant, Instructor 
and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1903 ; Associate in 
Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

904 N. Charles St. 

HUGH HAMPTON YOUNG, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1893, and M. D., 1894; Assistant Resi- 
dent Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1895-98 ; Instructor and Associate in 
Genito-Urinary Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1904; Associate in Sur- 
gery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Head of the Genito-Urinary Clinic, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 



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WARREN HARMON LEWIS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

8. B., University of Michigan, 1894, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-95; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anat- 
omy, 1900-1904 ; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

1931 E. 31st St. 

FLORENCE RENA SABIN, M. D., Sc. D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B., Smith College, 1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Assistant In Zoology, 1895-96; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1900-1901; Holder of Woman's Fellowship in Anatomy, 1901-1902; 
Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anatomy, 1902-1905 ; Co-Editor of The 
Anatomical Record. 

1431 Park Ave. 

WILLIAM WEBBER FORD, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology and Lecturer in 

Legal Medicine 

A. B., Adelbert College, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898 ; D. P. H., 
McGill University, 1900; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1898-99 ; Fellow in Pathology, McGill University, 1899-1901 ; Fellow, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Medical Research, 1901-02 ; Institute for Infectious Diseases, 
Berlin, 1901-1902 and Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1903; Instructor, Associate 
and Associate Professor of Bacteriology, Johns Hopkins University, 1904-1910. 

1134 Cathedral St. 

MAX BROEDEL 
Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Academy of Arts, Leipzig, 1885-90; Illustrator, University of Leipzig, until 1894; 
Instructor in Art as Applied to Mediciue, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1906. 

707 N. Carrollton Av. 

JOSIAH MORRIS SLEMONS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and M. D., 1901 ; Resident House Officer 
and Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics and Resident Obstetrician, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1901-1904 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Obstetrics, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1909; Assistant in Obstetrics, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

23 W. Chase St. 

WILLIAM STEVENSON BAER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1894, and M. D., 1898; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1898-99, Assistant Resident Surgeon, 1899-1900; 
Assistant, Instructor and Associate In Orthopedic Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1910; Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 

DONALD RUSSELL HOOKER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Yale University, 1899, M. S., 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1905-1906; Assistant, Instructor 
and Associate in Physiology, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1910. 

Cedar Lawn, Homeland Av., Govans. 



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CARL VOEGTLIN, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. D., University of Freiburg (Baden), 1903; Instructor in Chemistry, University 
of Wisconsin, 1904-05 ; Assistant in Medicine, Chemical Division of the Medical 
Clinical Laboratory, and Associate in Pharmacology, the Johns Hopkins Univer- 

iity, 1906-1910. 227 W. Monument St. 

GEORGE HOYT WHIPPLE, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1900; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1905; Assistant, 
Instructor and Associate in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1910 ; 
Pathologist, Bay View, 1906-07 ; Pathologist, Ancon Hospital, Panama, 1907-08 ; 
Assistant Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1908-09 ; Resident 
Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

THOMAS RICHMOND BOGGS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1896, and Graduate Student, 1896-1897; M. D., Johns 
Hopkins University, 1901 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1901-1902; Acting Assistant Resident, 1902-03; Assistant and Associate in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1911 ; Assistant Resident Physician 
in charge of the Medical Bacteriological Laboratory, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, 1904-1905; Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical 
Adviser to the Medical Students, 1908-1911 ; Physician in Chief, City Hospital, 
Baltimore. 

21 W. Chase St. 

CHARLES DAVID SNYDER, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1896; M. S., and Ph. D.. University 
of California, 1904 and 1905; Holder of Columbia University Table at Zoological 
Station, Naples, 1906 ; Medical Student, Universities of Berlin and Miinchen, 
1906-1907, and Summer of 1908 ; Fellow, Instructor and Associate in Physiology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1911. 

Charles St. Ave. (P. O. Sta. L.) 

HERBERT McLEAN EVANS, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B., University of California, 1904, and Medical Department, 1904-05; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; Assistant Instructor and Associate Professor 
in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1912. 

1306 N. Luzerne St. 



LECTURER 

CHARLES WARDELL STILES, Ph. D., D. Sc. 
Lecturer on Medical Zoology 

A. M., Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1890; M. S. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 
1896; D. Sc. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 1906; Corresponding Member, Society 
of Biology and Academy of Medicine (Paris) ; Zoologist, U. S. Bureau of Animal 
Industry, 1891-1902; Professor of Zoology, of U. S. Public Health and Marine- 
Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. ; Secretary, International Commission on 
Zoological Nomenclature, Scientific Secretary, Rockefeller Sanitary Commission 
for the Eradication of Hookworm Disease. 

Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts., Washington 



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ASSOCIATES 

FRANK ROBERT SMITH, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine 

A. M., University of Cambridge (England), 1882; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1891 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-93 ; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1901 ; Physician in charge 
of Medical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 1126 Cathedral St. 

GUY LeROY HUNNER, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and 
Instructor in Gynecology, 1901-1902; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resi- 
dent Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-1900, and Resident Gyne- 
cologist, 1901-1902 ; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2305 St. Paul St. 

LOUIS PHILIP HAMBURGER, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1893, and M. D., 1897; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-98 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1899-1904; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins 
Dispensary. 

1207 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS RICHARDSON BROWN, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, and M. D., 1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-98; Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1899-1904 ; Physician in charge of the Medical Clinic, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

19 W. Biddle St. 

RICHARD HOLDEN FOLLIS, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899; Externe, 
Assistant Resident and Resident Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899- 
1905; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1905; Chief of 
Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary and Associate in Surgery, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 E. Read St. 

GEORGE WALKER, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery 

If. D., University of Maryland, 1889 ; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1905; Chief of Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

529 N. Charles St. 



FREDERICK HARRY BAETJER, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery in charge of Actinography 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and M. D., 1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1901-02 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1903-1906; Associate in Actinography, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



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CURTIS FIELD BURNAM, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

A. B., Central University (Ky.), 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; 
Resident House Officer and Assistant Resident Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1900-1904; Assistant in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1907- 
1908; Associate in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1718 Eutaw Place 

CLARENCE BRISCOE FARRAR, M. D. 

Associate in Psychiatry 

A. B., Harvard University, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Gradu- 
ate Student, University of Heidelberg, 1902-1904 ; Assistant and Instructor in 
Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1908 ; Assistant Physician and 
Acting Director of the Laboratory, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Re- 
search Assistant, the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 

Mont Alto Groves, Walbrook 

LOUIS VIRGIL HAMMAN, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1896; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1896-97; and M. D., 1901; House Physician, New York Hospital, 1902-1903; 
Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1908; 
Physician in charge, the Phipps Dispensary; Associate in Medicine, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

714 Park Ave. 

ARTHUR DOUGLASS HIRSCHFELDER, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine, in Charge of the Physiological Division of 

the Laboratory of the Medical Clinic 

S. B., University of California, 1S97 ; Student in Paris and Heidelberg, 1898-1899; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1903-1904; Assistant in Medicine, Cooper Medical College; As- 
sistant Physician to City and County Hospital, San Francisco, 1903-1905; 
Voluntary Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905- 
1908; Assistant in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1908-1912. 

2245 Linden A v. 

ELIZABETH HURDON, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

M. D., Trinity University (Toronto), 1895; Assistant and Instructor in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900-1908. 

31 W. Preston St. 

JAMES HALL MASON KNOX, Jr., Ph. D., M. D. 
Associate in Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale University, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894; A. M., Lafayette College, 1896; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1S98 ; Resident House Officer, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1898-1S99 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pediatrics, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1902-1909 ; Physician in Charge, the Thomas Wilson Sani- 
tarium ; Assistant Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

804 Cathedral St. 

ELIOT ROUND CLARK, M. D. 
Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., Yale University, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; Assistant 
and Instructor in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1910. 

2033 Park Av. 



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JOHN TIMOTHY GERAGHTY, M. D. 
Associate in Genito-Vrinary Surgery 

A. B., St. Thomas College, 1895; Ph. B., St. Paul Seminary, 1897; Graduate 
Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1897-1898; M. D., 1903; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1903-1904 ; Assistant and Instructor in 
Genito-TJrinary Diseases, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1910; Assistant Bur- 
geon, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 

*JOHN HENDRICKEN KING, M. D. 
Associate in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and Graduate Student, 1899-1902; M. D., 
1906 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine and Pathological Physiology, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1906-1909. 

1227 N. Calvert St. 

LEONARD GEORGE ROWNTREE, M. D. 
Associate in Experimental Therapeutics 

M. D., Western University (Canada), 1905; Resident Physician, Victoria Hospi- 
tal, London, Canada, 1905-1906 ; Voluntary Assistant and Assistant in Medicine, 
1907-1909; Instructor in Experimental Therapeutics, 1909-1910. 

227 W. Monument St 

MILTON CHARLES WINTERNITZ, M. D. 
Associate in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, M. D., 1907, Fellow in Pathology, 1907- 
1908 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1908- 
1910 ; Pathologist, Bay View Asylum and Assistant Resident Pathologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WILLIAM LORENZO MOSS, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1905; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1910 ; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1906 ; Assistant Physician, Johns Hop- 
kins Dispensary, 1906-1907 ; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1907 ; 
Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

FRANK JOSEPH SLADEN, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine. 

A. B., Yale University, 1902; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1906; Assistant 
and Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1911 ; Resident 
House Officer and Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1906-1911; Resident Physician and Medical Adviser to the Students, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EDWARD HENDERSON RICHARDSON, M. D. 
Associate in Gynecology 

A. B., Hampden-Sidney College, 1900; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1900-1901, and M. D., 1905; Instructor in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1910-1912; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resident and Resident 
Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1910; Assistant Gynecologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

216 E. Preston St. 



* Absent on leave. 



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THOMAS PECK SPRUNT, M. D.* 

Associate in Pathology 

A. B., Davidson College, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909; Assistant 

and Instructor in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1912 ; Assistant 
Resident Pathologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES RHEIN ESSICK, M. D. 
Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., Yale University, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909 ; Assistant 
and Instructor in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-1912. 

1807 N. Caroline St. 

SAMUEL JAMES CROWE, M. D. 

Associate in Surgery in Charge of the Laryngological, Rhinologi- 

cal and Otological Clinic 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1904; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; As- 
sistant in Surgery (H. L.), 1908-1909; Assistant Resident Surseon. Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1909-1910 ; Laryngologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Cecil 

INSTRUCTORS 

JAMES JOSEPH MILLS, M. D. 
Instructor in Ophthalmology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1889 ; Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1904 ; Ophthalmologist to the City Detention 
Hospital, Bay View, and Assistant in Ophthalmology, the Johns Hopkins Dis- 
pensary. g 53 p ark Ay 

JACOB HALL PLEASANTS, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1900-1905 ; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

University Parkway 

RICHARD ALEXANDER URQUHART, M. D. 
Instructor in Pediatrics 

M. D., University oi Virginia, 1894; Resident Physician, 1899-1900, and Assistant 
Attending Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View, 1900-1901 ; Assistant 
in Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1902-1906 ; Assistant Pediatrician, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 049 Park Av 

EDGAR RANDOLPH STROBEL, M. D. 
Instructor in Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899; Clinical Professor of 
Dermatology, Baltimore Medical College ; Assistant in Dermatology, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1903-1906; Assistant Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Dis- 
V^sary. 33{) N# Char l es St . 

WILLIAM RUSH DUNTON, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Psychiatry 

S. R., Haverford College, 1889, and A. M., 1890; M. D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1893 ; Assistant Physician, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Assistant 
in Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906 ; Assistant Neurologist, the 
Johns Ho pkins Dispensary. E Evesham Av., Govans. 

*Resigned. 



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JOSEPH ALBERT CHATARD, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Loyola College, 1898 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1898- 
1899, and M. D., 1903; Assistant Resident Physician, St. Joseph's Hospital, 
1903-1904; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1907; As- 
sistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 1225 Maryland Av 

JOHN ARTHUR LUETSCHER, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1895; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899; 
Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900; House Physi- 
cian, City Hospital, Boston, 1900-1901 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1905-1907 ; Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1025 Madison Av. 

NATHAN EDMONDSON BERRY IGLEHART, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1889 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1909; Chief of Surgical Clinic, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

16 W. Preston St 

EDWARD MARTIN SINGEWALD, M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1888 ; Assistant in Neurology, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1905-1909 ; Assistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

5 N. Washington St 

GEORGE LANE TANEYHILL, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, M. D., 1904; Externe, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital and Dispensary, 1904-1905 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1905-1909 ; Assistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1103 Madison Av. 

CHARLES WILLIAM LARNED, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1893 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1906-1909 ; Resident Physician, Free Lying-in-Hospital, University 
of Maryland, 1893-1894 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of Maryland, 
1894-1905 ; Physician to the Good Samaritan Hospital, and Professor of Clinical 
Medicine, Woman's Medical College of Baltimore ; Assistant Physician, the 
Johns Hophins Dispensary. 

1327 Park Av. 

HENRY LEE SMITH, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1894; A. M. (Hon.), St. John's College (Mary- 
land), 1909; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909; 
Clinical Assistant, University Hospital; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women 
of Maryland; Studied in Universities oi Marburg, Graz and Berlin; Assistant 
Physician, Johns Hopkins Dispensary. —i 

2701 N. Calvert St 

SAMUEL WOLMAN, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1900; Assistant in Medicine, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1909; Assistant Physician, the Phipps Dispen- 
sary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2101 Brookfield Ave. 



577] Faculty 21 

HARRY SELIGER GREENBAUM, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and M. D., 1904; Student, University of 
Berlin. 1899-1900; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-1909; 
Assistant Physician, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1614 Eutaw Place 

CHARLES METCALFE BYRNES, M. D. 
Instructor in Neurology 

S. B., University of North Carolina, 1902; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1900 ; Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, University of Virginia, 1908-1909 ; As- 
sistant Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

207 E. Preston St. 

JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

Ph. B., Tale University, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1900-1903 ; Assistant Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins 

Dispensary. 1200 Cathedral St. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER FISHER, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1900-1901 ; Assistant Surgeon, 
the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. nir p ar v Ay 

OMAR BORTON PANCOAST, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

S. B., Swarthmore College, 1893; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897; Resi- 
dent House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1897-1898 ; Assistant Surgeon, 
the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

1500 Madison Av. 

PAUL WISWALL CLOUGH, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine, in Charge of the Biological Division of 

the Medical Clinic 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; 
Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1910 ; Resident House 
Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908 ; Assistant Resident Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CLYDE GRAEME GUTHRIE, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine, in Charge of the Clinical Laboratory 

A. B., Lafayette College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; Assistant 
in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1910 ; Resident House Officer, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1908-1911. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

GEORGE JULIUS HEUER, M. D, 
Instructor in Surgery 

S. B.. University of Wisconsin, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; 
Resident House Officer and Assistant Resident Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, 1907-1911 ; Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



22 Medical Department [578 

CECIL WOODS VEST, M. D. 
Instructor in Gynecology 

S. B., Iowa College, 1904; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; Externe in 
Gynecology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 3 908-1909; Assistant Resident Gynceologist, 
ibid., 1910-1912 ; Resident Gynecologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

LLOYD PARKER SHIPPEN, M. D. 
Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1907; 
Assistant in Bacteriology, Johns Hopkins University, 1911-1912. 

209 W. Monument St. 

HENRY AUGUSTUS STEPHENSON, M. D. 
Instructor in Obstetrics 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1906; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; 
Resident House Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Assistant 
Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1911-1912 ; Resident Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospita 



ASSISTANTS 

ROADES FAYERWEATHER, M. D. 
Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Harvard University, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903; Ortho- 
pedic Surgeon, Carney Hospital, Boston, 1903-1904 ; Assistant Surgeon, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 21 W. Franklin St. 

BERTRAM MOSES BERNHEIM, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901; M. D., 1905; Assistant Surgeon, the 
Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

2319 Linden Av. 

EUGENE JOSEPH LEOPOLD, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901; M. D., 1905; Graduate Student Uni- 
versity of Berlin ; "Volunteer" Stadisches Krankenhaus, Munich, and Graduate 
Student, London, 1905-1907 ; Assistant Physician, the Phipps Dispensary. 

803 Park Av. 

DAVID ISRAEL MACHT, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906; Harvard Summer 
School, 1903-1905; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. Landau, Berlin, 190G-1907 ; Ex- 
terne, Phipps Dispensary. 

1511 Madison Av. 

*FLORA POLLACK, M. D. 

Assistant in Gynecology 

M. D., Woman's Medical College (Bait.), 1891; Assistant in Woman's Venereal 
Diseases, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

330 N. Charles St. 



•Absent on leave. 



579] Faculty 23 

GEORGE SAMUEL BOND, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

B. S., Earlham College, 1903; A. B., University of Michigan, 1905, and M. D., 
1908; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1908-1909; Voluntary 
Assistant in Medicine, ibid; Research Student, Rockefeller Institute, 1909-1910, 

1717 Madison Ave. 

HOWARD ELMER ASHBURY, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1899; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1903. 

1017 Cathedral St. 

CHARLES ROBERT AUSTRIAN, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine, in Charge of the Laboratory of the Phipps 

Dispensary 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1904, and M. D., 1909; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1909-1910 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the John* 
Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WALTER ALBERT BAETJER, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1905, and M. D., 1909; Resident House Officer, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1909 1910 ; Assistant Resident, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1910-1911; Resident Physician, City Hospital, Bay View, 1911-1912; 
Assistant Resident Physician. 

Johns Hopkins Hospital 

TRIGANT BURROW, M. D., Ph. D. 
Assistant in Psychiatry 

A. B., Fordham University, 1895; M. D., University of Virginia, 1899; Demon- 
strator in Biology, University of Virginia, 1899-1900 ; Graduate Student, Path- 
ology and Bacteriology, and Philology, 1901-1903; Assistant in Psychology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909, and Ph. D., 1909. 

707 St. Paul St. 

FRANKLIN HAZLEHURST, Jr., M. D. 
Assistant in Laryngology and Rhinology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, and M. D., 1907; Acting Resident House 
Officer and Externe in Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1907-1908 ; Sur- 
geon, Robert Garrett Hospital for Children ; Assistant Laryngologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Dispensary. 

203 W. Lanvale St. 

JOHN THOMAS SAMPLE, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1906, and M. D., 1908; Assistant in Medicine, 
ibid, 1908-09 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

MARTIN FRANCIS SLOAN, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

M. D., Baylor University, 1907; Resident Physician, Eudowood Sanatorium; 
Externe, Phipps Dispensary. 

Eudowood 



24 Medical Department [580 

HEDLEY VICARS TWEEDIE, M. D. 
Assistant in Ophthalmology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1897; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye and 
Ear, Throat Charity Hospital ; Assistant in Ophthalmology, the Johns Hopkins 
Dispensary. 

508 Park Av. 

SOLON ARTHUR DODDS, M. D. 
Assistant in Obstetrics 

Ph. B., Wesleyan University, (Conn), 1901; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905; Interne in Obstetrics and Assistant Resident Gynecologist, the Johni 
Hopkins Hospital, 1905-1908. 

3105 Clifton Ave., Walbrook 

RALPH HERMAN MAJOR, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., William Jewell College, 1902; Student, Leipsic, Munich and Chicago, 
1904-1906; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ELI KENNERLY MARSHALL, JR., Ph. D. 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry 

S. B M College of Charleston, 1908; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

321 W. Hoffman St. 

SYDNEY ROBOTHAM MILLER, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

S. B., New York University, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; 
Resident House Officer, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911. 

28 Talbot Road, Windsor Hills 

ISAAC ROSENBAUM PELS, M. D. 

Assistant in Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University. 1902, and M. D., 1906; Interne, the Jewish 
Hospital, Philadelphia, 1906- 1907; Externe in Medicine and Surgery, 1907-1909; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 1908. 

1509 Madison Ave. 

EDMUND BURKE HUEY, Ph. D., 

Assistant in Psychiatry 

A. B., Lafayette College, 1S95; Ph. D., Clark University, 1899; Professor of 
Psychology and Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1904-1908; Psychologist, 
Illinois State School and Colony for Feeble-Minded Children, 1909-1911. 

3700 N. Charles St. 

HELEN WATSON, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1905; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910; Resident 
House Offieor, the Jobns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1911; Assistant Resident 
Physician, ibid. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

DAVID MELVIN DAVIS, M. D. 
Assistant in Pathology 

S. B„ Princeton University, 1907; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911; In- 
terne, City Hospital, Bay View, 1911-1912. 

709 St. Paul St. 



5S1] Faculty 25 

HENRY HONEYMAN HAZEN, M. D. 

Assistant in Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 190G ; Externe in Dermatology, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1Q06-1912. 

Washington, D. C. 

GEORGE B. JENKINS, M. D. 
Assistant in Anatomy 

If. D., Hospital College of Medicine, 1S98, and Kentucky School of Medicine, 1900; 
Interne and Assistant Superintendent City Hospital, Louisville, Ky., 1898-1903; 
Professor of Anatomy and Neurology, Kentucky School of Medicine, 1902-1909, 
and Professor of Anatomy, University of Louisville, 1909-1912. 

812 East 41st St. 

ROY DONALDSON McCLURE, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

A. B., Ohio State University. 1904; Graduate Student, University of Prague, 1906; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; House Surgeon, N. Y. Hospital, 
1908-1912 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EVERETT DUDLEY PLASS, M. D. 
Assistant in Obstetrics 

A. B., Colgate University, 1907; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911; Resident 
House Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1911-1912; Assistant Resident Ob- 
stetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

HOLLAND NEWTON STEVENSON 2d., M D. 
Assistant in Pathology 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1908; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

The Severn 

FRANK WALTER WEYMOUTH, M. D. 

Assistant in Physiology 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1909, and A. M., 1911. 

VOLUNTARY ASSISTANTS 

JOHANNA GELIEN, M. D. 

Voluntary Assistant in Medicine 

M. D., Gross Medical College (Denver), 1908. 

1222 N. Broadway 

ALEXIUS McGLANNAN, M. D. 
Voluntary Assistant in Surgery 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1895. 

114 W. Franklin St 



26 Medical Department [582 

ADVISORY BOARD OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY 



Ira Remsen {President), J. Whitridge Williams (Dean), 

William H. Welch, Lewellys P. Barker, 

Henry M. Hurd, Adolf Meyer, 

William S. Halsted, Winford H. Smith, 

Howard A. Kelly, William S. Thayer, 

Franklin P. Mall, John M. T. Finney, 

John J. Abel, Walter Jones. 

William H. Howell, 
The Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (April 
3, 1893), "to report to the Trustees from time to time their sug- 
gestions and to prepare and carry forward the proper arrange- 
ments for the instruction and graduation of medical students." 



BOARD OF MEDICAL STUDIES 



This Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (JaE 
uary 6, 1902). It consists of the Professors, Clinical Professors 
Associate Professors and Associates in the Medical Department 
The duties of the Board are to meet at the call of the Presi 
dent of the University to consider questions connected with the 
instruction in the Medical Department. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The President of the University, The Superintendent of the John 

The Dean of the Medical Faculty, Hopkins Hospital. 

COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY 

William H. Howell (Chairman), M. Llewellyn Raney (Librarian 

John J. Abel, of the University), 

Lewellys F. Barker, George H. Whipple, 

Walter Jones, J. Whitridge Williams. 
Franklin P. Mall, 



583] Committees 27 



COMMITTEE ON ADMISSION 

The Dean (Chairman), Walter Jones, 

John J. Abel, Franklin P. Mall, 

William W. Ford, Florence R. Sabin, 

William H. Howell, William H.Welch. 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
FIRST AND SECOND YEARS OF THE COURSE 

W. H. Howell, Chairman. 

This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing first and second year students. 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
THIRD AND FOURTH YEARS OF THE COURSE 

J. Whitridge Williams, Chairman. 

This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing third and fourth year students. 

COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 

The Dean (Chairman), Hugh H.Young. 

Lewellys F. Barker, 



COMMITTEE ON THE CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT 

The Dean (Chairman), Franklin P. Mall, 

William H. Howell, William H.Welch. 

The Dean is ex officio member of all committees. 



OTHER OFFICERS 



W. Graham Boyce 215 E. Biddle St. 

Treasurer. 

M. Llewellyn Raney 4117 Pennhurst Av., W. Arlington. 

Librarian of the University. 

Thomas R. Ball 3102 Walbrook Av. 

Registrar of the University. 

George J. Coy 2403 Elsinore Av., Walbrook. 

Registrar of the Medical Department. 



28 Medical Department [584 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Lewellts F. Barker, Winford H. Smith, 

John M. T. Finney, William S. Thayer, 

William S. Halsted, William H. Welch, 

Howard A. Kelly, J. Whitridge Williams, 

Adolf Meyer, Henry M. Hurd. 

Under the rules and regulations of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 
it is "the duty of the Medical Board to advise the Trustees in all 
matters relating to the welfare of the Hospital." 



THE MEDICAL STAEE OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY* 



HOSPITAL 

Winford H. Smith, M. D Superintendent 

Rupert Norton, M. D Assistant Superintendent 

Lewellys F. Barker, M. D Physician in Chief 

William S. Thayer, M. D Associate Physician 

William S. Halsted, M. D Surgeon in Chief 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D Gynecologist in Chief 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D Obstetrician in Chief 

Adolf Meyer, M. D Psychiatrist 

William H. Welch, M. D Pathologist 

John Howland, M. D Pediatrician 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. R. C. S Dermatologist 

J. Williams Lord, M. D Dermatologist 

Samuel J. Crowe, M. D Laryngologist 

Samuel Theobald, M. D Ophthalmic Surgeon 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D Neurologist 

Robert L. Randolph, M. D Assistant Ophthalmic and 

Aural Surgeon 

John M. T. Finney, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Hugh H. Young, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Richard H. Follis, M. D Associate in Surgery 

Thomas B. Futcher, M. D Associate in Medicine 

Louis V. Hamman, M. D Associate in Medicine 



•Corrected to September 1, 1912. 



585] 



Hospital Staff 



29 



William W. Russell, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Cullen, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Guy L. Hunner, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

Curtis F. Burn am, M. D Associate in Gynecology 

J. Morris Slemons, M. D Associate in Obstetrics 

William S. Baer, M. D Associate in Orthopedic Surgery 

Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D Associate in Actinography 

George H. Whipple, M. D Resident Pathologist 

Milton C. Winternitz, M. D Assistant Resident Pathologist 

Frank J. Sladen, M. D Resident Physician 

George J. Heuer, M. D Resident Surgeon 

Clcil W. Vest, M. D Resident Gynecologist 

Henry A. Stephenson, M. D Resident Obstetrician 



Walter A. Baetjer, M. D . . . 

Clyde G. Guthrie, M. D 

William L. Moss, M. D 

Charles R. Austrian, M. D. 
Andrew W. Sellards, M. D . . 
Arthur L. Bloomfield, M. D. . 

James H. Gibbes, M. D 

Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D 



. Assistant Resident Physicians 



.Assistant Resident Surgeons 



J. Paul Pratt, M. D 

Harry W. Plaggemeyer, M. D. . 

Roy D. McClure, M. D 

John A. C Colston, M. D. . . 

Leon H. Watkins, M. D "j 

J. Craig Neel, M. D I Assista?it Resident Gynecologists 

Veader N. Leonard, M. D . . . 

Everett D. Plass, M. D Assistant Resident Obstetrician 

Resident House Officers: 

Eveleth W. Bridgman, M. D. Louise Pearce, M. D. 

Alan M. Chesney, M. D. 

William M. Dumm, M. D. 

Samuel H. Hurwitz, M. D. 

Helmina Jeidell, M. D. 

William B. McClure, M. D. 

William L. Millea, M. D. 

William H. Morriss, M. D. 



Carl W. Rand, M. D. 
Mont R. Reid, M. D. 
Peter B. Sarason, M. 
David C. Streett, M. 
Charles H. Watt, M. D. 
Eleanor B. Wolf, M. D. 



D. 
D. 



Externe : 
Willa M. Fricke, M. D. 



30 



Medical Department 



[586 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

M. D Director of Dispensary 

Lewellys P. Barker, M. B Physician-in-Chief 

William S. Halsted, M. D Surgeon-in-Chief 

John Howland, M. D Pediatrician 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D Gynecologist-in-Chief 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D Obstetrician-in-Chief 

Adolf Meyer, M. D Psychiatrician 



MEDICINE 



A — General Medicine: 



Thomas B. Futcher, M. B. 
Frank R. Smith, M. D 



Division Chief 

.Physician in Charge 



Thomas R. Brown, M. D 

Joseph A. Chatard, M. D . . . 
Louis P. Hamburger, M. D . . 
Nathaniel S. Garb, M. D. . . 

Henry Lee Smith, M. D 

John S. Bishop, M. D 

Charles W. Larned, M. D . . , 

Sydney Miller, M. D 

Bertha C. Tapman, M. D. . . 

Dudley Williams, M. D 

John A. Leutscher, M. D 

Harry S. Greenbaum, M. D . . 

Eugene J. Leopold, M. D 

George H. White, M. D 

David I. Macht, M. D 

Gustav H. Woltereck. M. D.. 



.Assistant Physicians 



B — Clinical Neurology: 
Henry M. Thomas, M. D Neurologist 

Edward M. Singewald, M. D. 
Wm. R. Dunton, Jr., M. D. . . 

Arthur P. Herring, M. D 

G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., M. D. 
Charles M. Byrnes, M. D... 

Robert A. Warner, M. D 

G. F. Sargent, M. D 



.Assistant Neurologists 



587] 



Hospital Staff 



31 



C — Diseases of Children: 
John Howland, M. D Pediatrician 

Richard A. Urquhart, M. D. 
J. H. Mason Knox, Jr., M. D. 
Meyer W. Aaron son, M. D . . 

Solon A. Dodds, M. D 

Harry L. Whittle, M. D . . . 



.Assistant Pediatricians 



D — Phipps Dispensary: 

Louis V. Hamman, M. D Division Chief 

Samuel Wolman, M. D Physician in Charge 

Charles R. Austrian, M. D Director of Laboratory 

Martin F. Sloan, M. D 

Eugene J. Leopold, M. D 

John Gird wood, M. D 

Johanna Gelien, M. D 

Joseph J. Kemler, M. D 



.Assistant Physicians 



SURGERY 

A — General Surgery: 

John M. T. Finney, M. D Division Chief 



Richard H. Follis, M. D 

Nathan E. B. Iglehart, 



.D.... ) 
r, M.D. ) 



.Surgeons in Charge 



.Assistant Surgeons 



Omar B. Pancoast, M. D 

J. Staige Davis, M. D 

William A. Fisher, M. D 

Eertram M. Bernheim, M. D. 
Charles R. Ahroon, M. D . . . 
Ronald T. Abercrombie, M. D. 
Elliott H. Hutchins, M. D . . 

Harvey B. Stone, M. D 

Harry L. Horner, M. D 



B — Ophthalmology : 

Samuel Theobald, M. D Ophthalmic Surgeon 

Robert L. Randolph, M. D Associate Ophthalmic and Aural 

Surgeon 

Hedley V. Tweedie, M. D 

Leo J. Goldbach, M. D 



.Assistant Surgeons 



32 Medical Department [588 

C — Genito-Urinary Diseases: 

Hugh H. Young, M. D Genito-Urinary Surgeon 

John T. Ceragiity, M. D Surgeon in Charge 

Fred'k W. Hobelman, M. D.. ->> 

Albert Keujel, M. D L Assistant Surgeons 

J. Poitevint Robinson, M. D . . J 

D — Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology: 

Samuel J. Crowe, M. D Laryngologist in Charge 

John N. Mackenzie, M. D Laryngologist 

Franklin Hazelhurst, Jr., M. D.^i 

Thomas P. McCormick, M. D... L Assistant Laryngologists 

Harry R. Slack, Jr., M. D J 

E — Dermatology : 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D. . . > Dermatologists 

J. Williams Lord, M. D ) 

Edgar R. Strobel, M. D 

Isaac R. Pels, M. D 

J. Edward Gately, M. D 

Henry H. Hazen, M. D 



.Assistant Dermatologists 



F — Orthopedic Surgery: 
William S. Baer, M. D Orthopedic Surgeon 

Howard E. Ashbury, M. D . . . 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D. 
George E. Bennett, M. D . . . 
Carl R. Ahroon, M. D 

Miss J. Metivier Assistant in Medical Gymnastics 

Miss Anna K. Bean n 

tvt tt n/r ™ I Masseuse 

Miss Hazel M. Brace f 



.Assistant Surgeons 



GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 

A — Gynecology : 

Cecil W. Vest, M. D Gynecologist in Charge 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D. 

Leon H. Watkins, M. D 

J. Craig Neel, M. D 

Anna Hubert, M. D 

Veader N. Leonard, M. D 



. Assistant Gynecologists 



589] Hospital Staff 33 

B — Obstetrics : 

Henry A. Stephenson, M. D Obstetrician in Charge 

Everett D. Plass, M. D '] 

William L. Millea, M. D ^ Assistant Obstetricians 

Peter B. Sarason, M. D j 

Wllla M. Fricke, M. D Externe 

City Hospitals at Bay View 

(Controlled by the Board of Supervisors of City Charities) 
THE CITY HOSPITAL 

THE MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL 
THE DETENTION HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE 



Lamar Hollyday, Superintendent. 
Medical Board: 

Thomas R. Boggs, M. D Physician-in-Chief 

Arthur M. Shipley, M. D Surgeon-in-Chief 

Gordon Wilson, M. D Physician in Charge, Tuberculosis 

Hospital 
Ralph P. Trtjitt, M. D Physician in Charge, Detention 

Hospital for Insane 
Milton C. Winternitz, M. D Pathologist 

Consulting Staff: 
Henry J. Berkley, M. D ~\ 

Adolf Meyer, M. D . . . . , 

- „' _ y Alienists 

Clarence B. Farrar, M. D 



Irving J. Spear, M. D 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D Neurologist 

John T. Geraghty, M. D / TT . . . 

George Timberlake, M. D f urologists 

Hugh Brent, M. D ) ~ . . . 

Edward H. Richardson, M. D [ Gynecologists 

Frank D. Sanger, M. D Laryngologist 

William Tarum, M. D Otologist 

Edgar R. Strobel, M. D Dermatologist 

John Ruhrah, M. D Pediatrician 

James J. Mills, M. D Ophthalmologist 

Third-year students receive clinical instruction in medicine in 
the City and Tubercular Hospitals during the third trimester. 

Fourth-year students receive clinical instruction in psychiatry 
in the Detention Hospital for the Insane. 

Elective work will be offered during the entire year. 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE 
COUKSES OF INSTKUCTION FOR CANDI- 
DATES FOE THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR 
OF MEDICINE AND FOR GRADU- 
ATES IN MEDICINE. 



STUDENTS, 1912-13 



CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR 
OF MEDICINE 

Fourth Year 

Arthur Wilburn Allen. Somerset, Ky. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Georgetown College (Ky.), 1909. 

David Ballantyne Anderson. Salt Lake City, Utah. 109 N. Bdy. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1910; Med. Student, Rush, 1908-10. 

Hal Fullerton Boatwright. Wilmington, N. C. 1028 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1909; Med. Student, 1908-10. 

Albert Adam Bornscheuer. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1922 E. Lafayette Av. 

S. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1909. 

Edith Bronson. East Hard wick, Vt. 1720 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Syracuse University, 1909; Med. Dept., 1909-10. 

Don Franklin Cameron. Hamilton, Ind. 227 W. Monument St. 

A. B., Indiana University, 1907; A. M., University of Chicago, 1909; Medi- 
cal Student (2d year), 1909-11. 

Noland Mackenzie Canter. Baltimore. 303 N. Strieker St. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Wilbur Glenn Carlisle. Hillsboro, O. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1909; Summer Quarter, University of 
Chicago, 1909. 

Henry Wisdom Cave. Paducah, Ky. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1909. 

Howard Lee Cecil. Millersville. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1908. 

George Davies Chunn. Holly Grove, Ark. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Arkansas, 1908. 

Helen Dorothy Clarke. Boston, Mass. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1909. 

Robert Jay Cook. Independence, la. 125 Jackson PI. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1909. 

George Washington Corner, 3d. Baltimore. Roland Park. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

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38 Medical Department [594 

Kent Edward Darrow. Fargo, N. D. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

S. B., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1909. 

Daniel Davis. Washington, D. C. 626 N. Bdway. 

A. B. t Harvard University, 1909. 

Thomas Kirby Davis. Wabash, Ind. 518 N. Bdway 

A. B., Wabash College, 1909; Med. Student, Cornell, 1909-10. 
Howard Henry Dignan. San Francisco, Cal. 1521 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of California, 1910; Med. Student, 1909-10. 

William Dwyer. Hartford, Conn. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1909. 

Cortlandt Whitehead Wilson Elkin. Smicksburg, Pa. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 1909. 1220 N. Eden St. 

Ernest Clyde Fishbaugh. Markle, Ind. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Indiana University, 1910, Fellow, 1910-11, and A. M., 1911. 

Roswell Elmore Flack. Rutherfordton, N. C. 1003 McCulloh St. 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1901. 

Frederick Lamont Gates. Montclair, N. J. 817 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Linton Gerdine. Athens, Ga. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Clarence Flack Graham. Baltimore. 1900 Jefferson St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Herbert Hart Hagan. Trenton, Ky. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Georgetown College (Ky.) f 1908. 

Isaac Picard Heymann. Dutchtown, La. 937 N. Bdway. 

S. B.. Louisiana State University, 1909. 

Charles Crawford Hinton. Macon, Ga. 424 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Emory College, 1909. 

Walter Richard Holmes. Macon, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Gilbert Horrax. Montclair, N. J. 2025 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Williams College, 1909. 

Lee Howard. Macon, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Mercer University, 1909. 

James Howard Huddleson, Jr. Portland, Ore. 412 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1909. 

Edgar E. Hume, Jr. Frankfort, Ky. Central Y. M. C. A. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1908, Fellow, 1908-1909, and 
A. M., 1909. 



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Amos Francis Hutchins. Barstow. 109 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1908. 

Edward Jelks. Macon, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Mercer University, 1909. 

Richard Fulton Kieffer. Hagerstown. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1907. 

George August Leonard Kolmer. Salem, Va. 937 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1907, and A. M.. 1909. 

Walter Max Kraus. New York, N. Y. 125 Jackson PL 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910. 

Charles Adam Laubach. Nazareth, Pa. 2808 E. Baltimore St. 

S. B., Muhlenburg College, 1909. 

Robert Louis Levy. New York, N. Y. 510 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

John Cushman Lyman. Dayton, Wash. 120 Jackson PL 

S. B., Whitman College, 1909. 

William Clifford McKee. Los Angeles, Cal. 1526 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Pomona College, 1908. 

William Howard Michael. Perry man. 220 W. Monument St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Louis D. Minsk. Colchester, Conn. 318 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910; Medical Student, 1909-10. 

Chalmers Hale Moore. Birmingham, Ala. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1909. 

John Jamieson Morton, Jr. Worcester, Mass. 510 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1907. 

Aristine Pixley Munn. New York, N. Y. The Stafford. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909. 

William Edward Nesbit. Fayetteville, Ark. 109 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Arkansas. 1909. 

Merle Cornelius Newkirk. Ellicottville, N. Y. 1220 N. Eden St. 

Ph. B., Syracuse University, 1909. 

Harold Hastings Newman Woodstock, Va. 1622 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Herbert Hammond Ogburn. Greensboro, N. C. 1228 N. Eden St. 

S. B., West Lafayette College, 1908; Medical Student, University of North 
Carolina, 1908-09. 

William Harwood Olmsted. Cedar Rapids, la. 518 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Coe College, 1909. 



40 Medical Department [596 

Frank Lafayette Paschal. San Antonio, Tex. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1909; Summer Session, University of Chi- 
cago, 1908. 

Lawrence Tyler Post. St. Louis, Mo. 709 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Grover Francis Powers. West Lafayette, Ind. 

S. B. ; Purdue University, 1908. 17Q1 tf. Caroline St. 

William Danbridge Reddish. Somerset, Ky. 1717 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Kentucky State University. 1909. 

Maurice Leonard Richardson. Turtle Lake,Wis. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

S. B. f University of Wisconsin, 1910, and M. S., 1911; Medical Student, 
1909-11. 

Augusta Ruby Scott. Bethany, 111. 104 Jackson Place. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1905; Universities of Zurich and Freiburg, 
1907-09; Graduate Student, University of Freiburg, 1908-10. 

Austin Shaw. Milbridge, Me. 120 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Colby College, 1909. 

Henry Newton Shaw. Oxford, Pa. 510 N. Broadway. 

A. B. f Princeton University, 1907. 

Frederick Janney Smith. Baltimore. 1007 Madison Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Roscoe Roy Spencer. West Point, Va. 109 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1909. 

Pearlie Mae Stetler. Madison, Wis. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B. f University of Wisconsin, 1911; Medical Student, 1909-11. 

James E. Stowers. Millersburg, Mo. 702 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1910, and A. M., 1911; Medical Student, 
1909-11. 

Charles Baker Thompson. Baltimore. 212 E. Chase St. 

A. B., Haverford College, 1909. 

Martillus H. Todd. Baltimore. 5019 Palmer Av., 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. Arlington. 

Leo Stewart Trask. Springfield, Me. 1611 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., Colby College. 1909. 

Francis Berger Trudeau. Saranac Lake, N. Y. 2025 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Joseph Richard Turner, Jr. Tacoma, Wash. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Whitworth College, 1909. 

Franklin Clark Wagenhals. Columbus, O. 144 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1907, and Graduate Student, 1907-08. 



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Students 



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Shelton Hughes Watkins. Owensboro, Ky. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1908, and A. M., 1909. 

Ernest Milton Watson. Providence, R. I. 804 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1907, and A. M., 1909. 

Ethel Madelaine Watteks. Santa Cruz, Cal. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1909; Med. Dept., 1909-10. 

Benjamin Francis Weems, Jr. Houston, Tex. 1131 Cathedral St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909; Medical Student, University of 
Berlin and Freiburg, 1910-11. 

Norman Harris Williams. Moodus, Conn. 804 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1909. 

William Walter Young. Richmond, Va. 120 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1909. 

Jacob Landis Zimmerman. Palmyra, Pa. 109 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1909. 

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Third Year 



Grover A. Batten. Lost Creek, W. Va. 716 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1908. 

Stanhope Bayne- Jones. New Orleans, La. 807 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910; Medical Student, Tulane University, 1910- 
11; Summer Quarter, University of Chicago, 1911. 



Baltimore. 



Mabel Belt. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1910. 

Ralph Boerne Bettman. 

A. B., Williams College. 

Gould Shelton Bissell. 

A. B., Yale University, 1909. 

Julius Benjamin Boehm. 

S. B., St. Louis University, 1910. 

Kate Breckenridge Bogle. Danville, Ky. 1713 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1909. 

Ernest Speers du Bray. Cincinnati, O. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1910. 



Chicago, 111. 
Shelton, Conn. 
St. Louis, Mo. 



613 Reservoir St. 



112 Jackson PL 



113 Jackson PI. 



318 N. Broadway. 



42 Medical Department [598 

Nathaniel Hawley Brush. Towson. Sheppard & Pratt Hospital. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909. 

Francis Patrick Carroll. Hartford, Conn. 129 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1911. 

David Wendel Carter, Jr. Georgetown, Tex. 120 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Southwestern University, 1909, and A. M., 1910. 

Dorothy Child. Philadelphia, Pa. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1910. 

Mildred Clark. Brookline, Mass. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910. 

Howard Spencer Col well. Auburn, N. Y. 305 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Colgate University, 1910. 

Charles Edward Connor. Terre Haute, Ind. Hotel Hopkins. 

A. B. and A. M., Indiana University, 1910 and 1912; Indiana University 
School of Medicine, 1908-1910. 

Robert Hope Crawford. Rock Hill, S. C. 1814 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1910. 

Isaac Davis. Pittsburgh, Pa. 135 Jackson PI 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910. 

Ralph Moore Dodson. Baker City, Ore. 131 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 

Drayton Howard Doherty. Selma, Ala. 113 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Howard College, 1910. 

John Calvert Donaldson. Philadelphia, Pa. 527 N. Wolfe St. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1910. 

Harry Bright Dornblaser. Springfield, O. 1222 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Wittenberg College, 1907, and A. M., 1910. 

Chester Arthur Downs. Portland, Ore. 1330 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910; Medical Student, Harvard, 1910-11. 

Edmund Frederic Ducasse. Baltimore. 1632 Jefferson St. 

A. B., University of Washington, 1910. 

William Core Duffy. Kinston, N. C. 1028 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1910. 

John Baxter Duncan. Macon, Ga. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., Mercer University, 1910. 

George R. Dunn. Princeton, Minn. 1220 N. BdwaV. 

Ph. B., Hamline University, 1910. 

Avis Chippewa Eaton. Princeton, Minn. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1909. 



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Marion W. Emrick. Shamokin, Pa. 716 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1910. 

Thomas Shepherd Englar. Medford. 817 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1910; Medical Student, University of 
Wisconsin, 1910-11. 

Frank Alexander Evans. Wilkinsburg, Pa. 817 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1910. 

Walter A. Fansler. Sedalia, Mo. 1254 N. Broadway. 

A. B. and A. M., University of Missouri, 1911 and 1912, and Medical De- 
partment, 1909-10 and 1911 and 1912. 

Allen Garthwright Fechtig. Wilmington, N. C. 122 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of the South, 1910; University of Virginia Summer 
School, 1911 and 1912. and Medical Department, 1910-1912. 

LeRoy Newton Fleming. Oxford, O. 1021 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Miami University, 1910. 

Morris Flexner. Louisville, Ky. 109 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1910. 

Mary Louise Frazee. Pittsburgh, Pa. 421 N. Kenwood Av. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1908; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1908-09. 

Harold Bearce Gardner. New Hampton, la. 716 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Grinnell College, 1910. 

Elizabeth E. Goodrich. San Jose, Cal. 2016 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1907; Stanford University, 1909-12, and Medical 
Department, 1910-12. 

Floyd Grave. Monrovia, Ind. 109 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Carleton College, 1908. 

Hugh Johnson Hagan. Roanoke, Va. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1910. 

Raymond Fisher Hain. Bernville, Pa. 1338 N. Eden St. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1910. 

Raymond Confer Hall. Mill Hall, Pa. 602 W. North Av. 

S. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1909. 

Henry Hunton Hampton. Hill City, Tenn. 109 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Tennessee, 1903. 

Bryant Eugene Harrell. Norfolk, Va. 1020 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1907. 

Walter Clark Haupt. Baltimore. 215 Longwood Rd., Roland Pk. 

Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908; Graduate Student, University of 
Michigan, 1910. 

Mary Ashmun Hodge. San Diego, Cal. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1908, and Graduate Student, 
1909-10. 



44 Medical Department | GOO 

Charles Warren Hooper. Great Bend, Kan. 318 A 7 . Bdway. 

A. B.. University of Knnsus, 1!)11; Ifpfltafl Student. \<><)U 1 ] . 

Lyman Foster Huffman. Galion, O. lOZ2N.Broadv 

S. B. t Ohio Wesleyan University, 1910. 

James Elder Hutchison. Xenia, O. 702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1909; Graduate Student, Iowa State Uni- 
versity, 1909-10. 

Ruth Ingraham. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1210 John St. 

A. B., Vassur College, 1907; Graduate Student, Barnard College, 1909-10. 

William David Jack. Peru, Neb. 227 W. Monument St. 

A. B., Creighton University, 1908; Graduate Student, University of 
Chicago, 1909-10. 

Walter Falke Jones. Utica, N. Y. 1032 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1908, and A. If., 1911. 

William S. Keister. Roanoke, Va. 1327 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1907; A. M., 1909. 

Claude Currie Kelly. Valdosta, Ga. 702 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1909. 
Clarence Searle Ketcham. Newburgh, N. Y. 518 N. Bdway. 

B. L., Rutgers College, 1910. 

John Theodore King, Jr. Baltimore. 1425 Eutaw Place. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1910. 
Leigh Seward Krake. Sioux Falls, S. D. 131 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Nebraska, 1907. 

Floyd August Martin. El Dorado Springs, Mo. 1254 N. Bdway. 

A. B. and A. M., University of Missouri, 1911 and 1912, and Medical De- 
partment, 1906-09. 

Norman Clyde Marvel. Baltimore. 2026 W. Fayette St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

Jerome Meyer. Uniontown, Ala. 113 Jackson PI. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1908; Med. Dept., J. H. U., 1908-1910. 

Rufus Ayers Morison. Big Stone Gap, Va. 2016 N. Calvert St. 

Graduate, Virginia Military Institute, 1905. 

Roscoe E. Mosiman. Aberdeen, S. Dak. 1516 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., Huron College, 1910. 

Robert Davies Moyle. Toronto, Canada. 112 Jackson PI. 

A. B., McMaster University, 1908. 

John Shafer Plumer. Emsworth, Pa. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1909. 

Leslie Hall Redelings. . Marinette, Wis. 1338 N. Eden St. 

S. B., Northwestern University, 1909, and M. S., 1910. 



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Students 



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John Davis Reichard. Fairplay. 

A. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1910. 

Ferdinand Oscar W. Reinhard. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908. 

Aaron Robinson. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

Ethel May Rockwood. Townsend, Mass. 

S. B., Simmons College, 1909. 



109 N. Broadway. 

1400 Linden Ave. 

1100 E. Fayette St. 

8. W. cor. Ann St. 
& Fair mount Av. 



Alma Sophia Rothholz. 

A. B., Smith College, 1910. 

Liftman Levy Rothschhd. 

A. B., Yale University, 1910. 

Harry Saltzstein. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1910. 

John Joseph S. Schmitt. 



A. B., St. John's College (Brooklyn). 1910. 

John Holt Sewell. Jacksboro, Tex 



Baltimore. 2108 Bolton St. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 105 Jackson PL 

Milwaukee, Wis. 109 Jackson PI. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 628 &. Broadway. 
1041 N. Bdway. 



E. E., University of Texas, 1908. 

Floyd Elmer Shaffer. Lebanon, Pa. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Lebanon Valley College, 1910. 

Joseph Leslie Sherrick. Monmouth, 111. 527 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., Monmouth College, 1908; A. M., Yale University. 1910. 

Leroy Briggs Sherry. Pasadena, Cal. 716 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1910. 

Richard Lee Silvester. College Park. 817 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Maryland Agricultural College, 1909, and Graduate Student, 1909-10. 

John Frederick Smith. Cedar Falls, la. 804 N. Washington St. 

A. B., Lake Forest University, 1907. 

Landon Elwood Stubbs. Belroi, Va. 1022 N.Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1910. 

Herbert Douglas Taylor. Baltimore. 1254 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1910. 

Otto E. Utzinger. Astoria, Ore. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1910. 

Joseph Stephens Vanneman. Havre de Grace. Y. M. C. A. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1910. 

Laurie Van Valzah. Springfield, Ore. 1044 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 



46 Medical Department [002 

John Manning Venable. Chapel Hill, N. C. 122 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1910, and Medical Department, 
1910-12. 

Joseph Webb. Springfield, O. Y. M . C. A. 

A. B., Wittenberg College, 1910. 

Roscoe Clayton Webb. Tracy, Minn. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Minnesota, 1911. 
Jerome Pierce Webster. Plymouth, N. H. 305 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1910. 

Harry Eugene Wilson. Tilghmans. 1028 A T . Broadway. 

A. B. t St. John's College, 1910. 

Sylvain Beer Wolff. Washington, La. 1234 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1910. 

Evans Beauchamp Wood. Troy, Ala. 1041 A T . Broadway. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1907, and M. S., 1908. 

Alan Churchill Woods. Baltimore. 842 Park Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910. 

Herbert Maxwell Nash Wynne. Bethany, W. Va. 1222 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Bethany College, 1906, and A. M., 1907; Graduate Student Ohio 
State University, 1909. 

Isadore Zadek. Montgomery, Ala. 101 Jackson PL 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910. 

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Second Year 
Frank Earl Adair. Beverly, O. 112 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Marietta College, 1910. 

William Willis Anderson. Danburg, Ga. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Harvey Montreville Andrew. Deer Lick, Pa. 917 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Waynesburg College, 1911. 

Charles Armstrong. Alliance, O. 1033 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Mount Union College, 1910. 

Dana Winslow Atchley. Asbury Park, N. J. 503 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1911. 

John Aull. Lexington, Mo. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Virginia. 1911. 



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Arthur Maynard Bacon. Westminster. 1017 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1911. 

John Cook Baldwin. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1017 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Hamilton College, 1910; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 
1910-11. 

Joseph Lamson Barber. Portland, Ore. Ill Jackson PL 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1907; Graduate Student, University of Chi- 
cago, Jan.-Sept., 1908, and University of Oregon, 1909-1910. 

Roger Putnam Batchelor. Milwaukee, Wis. 1727 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1911. 

Harold Edwards Bates. Portland, Ore. 1327 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1910. 

Leo Chapman Bean. Gallipolis, O. 1731 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Ohio University, 1911. 

Leonard Julius Bernstein. Sutton, W. Va. 308 N. Gilmor St. 

S. B., West Virginia University, 1912, and School of Medicine, 1910-12. 

George Braunlich. Davenport, la. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1910. 

Sam Brock. Carrollton, Ga. 726 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Walter C. Burkett. Kingman, Kans. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1911. 

James Julian Chisolm. Natchez, Miss. 109 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Robert Albert Christman. Kresgeville, Pa. 144 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1911. 

Frederick Christopher. Evanston, 111. 1032 N. Broadway. 

S. B.» Northwestern University, 1911. 

Adamont Halsey Clark. Miyazaki, Japan. 1032 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1910. 

Jefferson Hamer Clark, Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. 424 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Haverford College, 1911. 

Samuel Walcott Clausen. Canandaigua, N. Y. 125 Jackson PL 

A. B., Williams College, 1910; Graduate Student, Princeton University, 
1910-11. 

Harry Duffield Clough. New Bedford, Mass. 1012 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Brown University, 1908, and A. M., 1911. 

Alva Brown Craddock. Jackson's Gap, Ala. 318 N. Bdway. 

B. Sc, Howard College, 1908, and M. Sc, 1909, and Special Student, 1911. 



48 Medical Department [004 

Rena Crawford. Columbus, Miss. 102 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1903; A. M., Columbia University, 1910. 

Robert Sydney Cunningham. Anderson, S. C. 506 N. Broadway. 

S. B. and A. M., Davidson College, 1911. 

Arthur Bliss Dayton. Nangatuck, Conn. 101 Jackson PL 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Beeckman J. Delatour. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1727 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Amherst College, 1911. 

Woods Frederick Derr. Watsontown, Pa. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Bucknell University, 1911. 

Marjorie Dietz. Hazleton, Pa. 1705 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1907. 

Harold Ball Disbrow. Lakewood, N. J. 135 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Du Mont F. Elmendorf. New Brunswick, N. J. 1731 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Rutgers College, 1911. 

Ruth Eldred Fairbank. Jacksonville, 111. 1739 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Illinois College, 1911. 

Roy Edwin Fallas. Los Angeles, Cal. 112 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1911. 

Otto Alois Faust. Schenectady, N. Y. 1900 Jefferson St. 

Ph. B., Union College, 1911. 

William Carson yon Glahn. Wilmington, N. C. 706 N. Bdway. 

S. B.. Davidson College, 1911. 

Samuel James Glass, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1625 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1911. 

William Mayes Gober, Jr. Marietta, Ga. 1034 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1909. 

Calvin Hooker Goddard. Baltimore. The Waloert. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Lewie Muller Griffith. Columbia, S. C. 426 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., University of South Carolina, 1908. 

Roy Griffith. Bogart, Ga. 1006 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Russell Landram Haden. Crozet, Va. 1032 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

William Morris Happ. Macon, Ga. 726 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 



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Vernon Offutt Heddens. St. Joseph, Mo. 428 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1910. 

John Taylor Henderson. Macon, Ga. 802 N. Broadway, 

A. B., Mercer University, 1910; Medical Department Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1910-11 ; Summer Session, University of Michigan, 1911. 

Frank M. Houck. Boiling Springs, Pa. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1910. 

Stewart Vernon Irwin. Oakland, Cal. 718 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of California, 1911. 

Morris Joseph. Passaic, N. J. 726 N. Broadway. 

S. B., New York University, 1911 ; Student, Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, 1910-11. 

Edward Kerk Lee. Perry man. 125 Jackson Place. 

A. B., Loyola College, 1910; Graduate Student, J. H. U., 1910-11. 

Charles Harold McCloy. Danville, Va. 2011 E. 2>lst St. 

Ph. B., Marietta College, 1907, and A. M.. 1910. 

Roger Bower McKahan. Waynesburg, Pa. 2216 N. Charles St. 

Ph. B., Waynesburg College, 1911. 

Floyd Wilcox MacRae, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 305 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Lee Victor Mahoney. Portsmouth, Va. 1007 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1911. 

Hertel Philip Makel. Baltimore. 411 N. Luzerne St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University. 1911. 

Mary Taylor Mason. Philadelphia, Pa. Hotel Sherwood. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1892, and Graduate Student, 1893-94 and 
1909-11. 

Verne Rheem Mason. Long Beach, Cal. 718 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of California, 1911. 

Kenneth Fuller Maxcy. Baltimore. 2633 Guilford Av. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1911. 

David Ralph Melen. Rochester, N. Y. 726 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Rochester, 1911. 

James Samuel Mitchener. Selma, N. C. 1505 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1909; Medical Student, University of Maryland, 
1909-11. 

Harold Sydney Morgan. San Diego, Cal. 1731 F air mount Av. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1912, and Medical Department, 
1911-12. 

John Gardner Murray, Jr. Baltimore. Charles St. Av. and 

a. b.. Johns Hopkins University, 1911. University Parkway. 



50 Medical Department [606 

Harvey Huston Musser. Akron, O. 136 Richmond St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Thomas Christian Peightal. Altoona, Pa. 309 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B. t Franklin and Marshall College. 1911. 

George Heinrichs Preston. Baltimore. 819 N. Charles St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Mary Putnam. New York, N. Y. 102 Jackson PL 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1910. 

George Kremer Rhodes. Berkeley, Cal. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

S. B., University of California, 1912, and Medical Department, 1911-12. 

Davis Neeper Richards. Germantown. 1322 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Wooster, 1911. 

Gilbert White Rosenthal. Baltimore. 815 Newington Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910, and Graduate Student, 1910-11. 

Adolph George Schnack. Honolulu, H. I. 428 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1910; A. M., Yale University, 1911. 

Katharine Julia Scott. Pittsfield, N. H. 626N.Carrollton Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910; Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1910- 
1911. 

Judd Campbell Shellito. Independence, la. 109 Jackson PL 

S. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Donald Marsh Shewbrooks. Holden, Mass. 1029 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Middlebury College, 1909. 

Harvey M. Slater. Salem, Ore. 328 Ashton St. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1911. 

Daniel Clark Wharton Smith 2d. Baltimore. 1020 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Lucius Ernest Smith. Lexington, Ky. 1303 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., University of Kentucky, 1911. 

L. Howard Smith. Huron, S. Dak. 802 N. Broadway. 

S. B.. Huron College, 1910. 

John D. Southworth. Glendale, O. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1911. 

Virgil Preston Willis Sydenstricker, West Point, Miss. 

A. B., Washinsrton and Lee University, 1910, and 109 N. Broadway. 

A. M., 1911. 

Benjamin Tappan. Baltimore. 1419 Bolton St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 



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Charles Robert Thomas. Westminster. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1911. 

William Clark Thomas. Bartow, Ga. 726 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Emory College, 1911. 

Donald Vaughn Trueblood. Seattle, Wash. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Washington, 1911. 

Prescott Stearns Tucker. Washington, D. C. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1911. 1336 N. Caroline St. 

John Calvin Turner, Jr. Camilla, Ga. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1908; A. M., 1909; Graduate Student, Columbia 
University Summer School, 1910-11. 

Victor Roland Turner. Newark, 0. 

S. B., Denison University, 1909; A. M., Harvard University, 1911. 

John Edward Walker. Alexander City, Ala. 1034 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910, and M. S., 1911. 

Charles Luther Warner. Baltimore. Forest Park. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Charles Aloysius Welch. New Haven, Ct. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1911. 

Roy Gillilan Werner. Columbus, O. 109 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1909. and Graduate Student, 1909-10; 
Medical Student, University of Chicago, Summer, 1911. 

Lawrence Richardson Wharton. Baltimore. 1034 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Hiram College, 1907; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1910, and De Pauw University. 1911. 

Henry Stafford Whisman. Salinas, Cal. 1032 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of California, 1911. 

Louis Hicks Williams. Faison, N. C. 1012 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1911. 

Edward Blaine Wlx. New York, N. Y. 101 Jackson PI. 

Ph. B., Yale University. 1911. 

F. Simon Woo. Chang Chow, China. 249 W. Hoffman St. 

A. B., St. John's University, Shanghai, 1910; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-11. 

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First Year 

Herman S. Applebaum. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Emily Partridge Bacon. Moorestown, N. J. 127 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wilson College, 1912. 

Irvin C. Barclay. Macomb, 111. 1529 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Knox College, 1912. 

Bryan Anderson Barlow. Ashford, Ala. 1021 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Pio Blanco. San Juan, P. R. 802 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1912. 

Thomas Frederick Boch. Yards, Va. 1232 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912. 

Harry J. Burkholder. Monmouth, 111. 1529 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Monmouth College, 1912. 

John Joseph Carden, Jr. Honolulu, H. T. 130 Jackson PI. 

S. B., University of California, 1912. 

Seymour Garland Clark. Darien, Ga. 1020 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Emory College, 1912. 

Elwood Harris Courter. Basking Ridge, N. J. 1029 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1912. 

William Walter Cummings. Providence, R. I. 

A. B., Brown University, 1912. 

Frank Irons Darrow. Fargo, N. Dak. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

S. B., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1912. 

John Allen Dougherty. Baton Rouge, La. 1234 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Louisiana State University, 1912. 

Joseph Pugh Eidson. Eaton, O. 1216 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Miami University, 1912. 
Prudence H. Ellis. Charles City, Iowa. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1910; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 
1911-12. 

James Allan Ethertdge. Macon, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1912. 

William Parker Finney, Jr. Lincoln University, Pa. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1908; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1911-12. 1300 Eutaw PI. 

Lloyd Derr Felton. Magnolia, O. 914 Ellwood Av. 

A. B., Wooster University, 1910; Graduate Student, Columbia University. 



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Roy Lamar Fielder. Spring Valley, Va. 

A. B. and S. B., Emory and Henry College, 1912. 

Robert Guy Fuller. Baton Rouge, La. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1907. 

Thomas Owen Gamble. Jasper, Ala. 1021 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Walter Edward Grempler. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

David Horace Hallock. Southampton, L. I., N. Y. 941 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1912. 

Howard Harrison Hamman. Greensburg, Pa. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

S. B., Allegheny College, 1912. 

Margaret Irving Handy. Smyrna, Del. 2030 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1911. 

John Warton Harris. Reidsville, N. C. 1040 N. Bdway. 

A. B. and A. M., University of North Carolina, 1911-12. 

George Argale Harrop, Jr. South Bend, Ind. 1232 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1912. 

Charles Maxwell Harmon. Cassopolis, Mich. 1027 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Lake Forest College, 1912. 

Robert Mulltneaux Heine. Ellicott City. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1910. 

George William Henry. Oswego, N. Y. 941 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.) 1912. 

Frederick Karl Herpel. Reynoldsville, Pa. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 1912. 

Elijah Maxie Hicks, Jr. Coward, S. C. 1041 N. Broadway. 

A. B.. Furman University, 1912; and A. M.. 1913. 

Robert Carhart Hood. Clarksburg, W. Va. 817 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912. 

Jack Mason Hundley. Baltimore. 1009 Cathedral St. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1912. 

Edward Earle Hussey. Wichita, Kans. 802 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. Mary's College (Kan.), 1911; Graduate Student, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1911-12. 

Robert Wilkinson Johnson, Jr. Baltimore. 101 W. Franklin St. 

A. B. t Princeton University, 1912. 

Joseph Ketzky. Montgomery, Ala. 109 Jackson PL 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1912. 

Arthur Lyman Kinne. Holyoke, Mass. 1019 N. Bdway. 

A. B.. Dartmouth College, 1912. 

Clara Langenbeck. Cincinnati, O. 803 N. Eutaw St. 

S. B., University of Cincinnati, 1895. 



54 Medical Department [G10 

Joseph Sell Lawrence. York, Pa. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1904, and A. M., 1912. 

Hugh Francis Lena. Lawrence, Mass. 309 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Dartmouth College, 1912. 

Harry Linden. Baltimore. 1812 E. Fayette St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Asa Liggett Lincoln. Lacey Spring, Va. 817 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Elon College, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

John Gabriel Long. Lancaster, Pa. 1137 Myrtle Av. 

A. B.. Franklin and Marshall College, 1912. 

Irting Kennedy Loyett. Little Silver, N. J. 1814 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1912. 

Edith Helen Maas. New York, N. Y. 127 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1912; Columbia University, Summer 1912. 

Richard S. Major. Johnsonville, S. C. 828 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Wofford College, 1909. 

Walter Bramblette Martin. Norfolk, Va. 
S. B., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1909. 

Nevin Calvin Mayer. Youngstown, O. 

A. B., Heidelberg University (Tiffin, O.), 1912. 

Lawrence Kinsman McCafferty. Columbus, O. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1912. 

Charles Lee McCarthy. Princeton, N. J. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Frederick A. Miller. Hagerstown. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1912. 

Howard Stephen Miller. Freedom, Pa. 1625 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1912. 

Milo Kirk Miller. Urbana, 111. 305 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1912. 

William Thomas Mitchell, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1625 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1912. 

John Henry Mullin. Wilmington, Del. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

David Reid Murchison. Wilmington, N. C. 122 Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1912. 

Katharine Huntington Newton. Durham, Conn. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1912. 

Hubert Maurice Nicholson. Muskagee, Okla. 

S. B., University of Oklahoma, 1912. 

Mosby Hale Payne. Vera, Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1911. 



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Lester McKesson Pelton. Laramie, Wyo. 942 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1911. 

Esther Marguerite Park. Warren, N. H. 1713 iairmount Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910. 

Alfred Pfitsch, Jr. Baltimore. 408 Park Av. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1912. 

Charles Bernard Pritchett. Danville, Va. 1612 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912. 

Thomas Craig Redfern. Clemson College, S. C. 1022 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Clemson College, 1912. 

Horace Withers Reid. Danville, Ky. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1911, and A. M., 1912. 

Fred Dawson Reynolds. Brundidge, Ala. 1021 N. Bdway. 

S. B. f University of Alabama, 1912. 

Lawrence Reynolds. Ozark, Ala. 1021 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Francis Errett Roberts. Moundsville, W. Va. 828 N. Bdicay. 

A. B., Bethany College, 1912. 

Charles Edwin Sevier. Brownsville, Tenn. 

S. B., Vanderbilt University, 1912. 

John Alston Sevier. Brownsville, Tenn. 1614 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., Vanderbilt University, 1912. 

Daniel Glen Smith. Schenectady, N. Y. 

S. B., Union College, 1912. 

Taylor Biyens Smith. Caldwell, O. 1216 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Marietta College, 1912. 

James Spencer Speed. Roanoke, Va. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1912. 

Lawrence Emerson Sprout. Picture Rocks, Pa. 1029 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1912. 

Wiliam Starr. Eau Claire, Wis. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1912. 

Richard Ernest Stifel. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1216 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1912. 

James Kent Stoddard. Mt. Holly, N. J. 1322 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Alan Callender Sutton. Baltimore. 2321 Callow Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Thomas Lynn Sutton. Zanesville, O. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1912. 

Henry M. Thomas, Jr. Baltimore. 1228 Madison Av. 

S. B., Haverford College, 1912. 



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Junius Ernest Warriner, Jr. Richmond, Va. 1232 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1912. 

Isabel Mary Wason. Lowell, Ind. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., The Western College for Women, 1911. 

Maurice Cornelius Wentz. Lineboro, Md. 1019 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Pennsylvania College, 1912. 

Theodora Wheeler. Fairfield, Conn. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1911. 

Samuel Augustus White. Savannah, Ga. 122 Jackson PI. 

S. B., University of South Carolina, 1912. 

Harold Paul Whyte. Arctic, R. I. 1010 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Laval University, 1911 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1911-12. 

George Bernays Wislocki. St. Louis, Mo. 1404 McCulloh St. 

A. B., Washington University (St. Louis), 1912. 

Hilda Wood. New York, N. Y. 105 Jackson PI 

A. B., Barnard College, 1909; A. M., Columbia University, 1910. 

Ernest Ludwig Zimmerman. New Bedford, Mass. 309 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Dartmouth College, 1912. 

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Summary 

Fourth year 77 

Third year 93 

Second year 94 

First year 90 

354 






PHYSICIANS ATTENDING GRADUATE COURSES 
DURING 1911-1912 



Edwin C. Axford. Talbotville, Ont. 

M. D., Western University (Ont.), 1910. Medicine. 

Edmund S. Boice. Richmond, Va. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1909. Surgical Pathology. 

Shao-Ching H. Chuan. Peking, China. 

M. D. t Imperial Medical College, 1904. Gross Anatomy. 

H. Ross Clark. Mulberry, Ind. 

M. D., Beaumont Hospital Medical College (St. Louis), 1901. Gross 
Anatomy, Pathology, Hygiene and Medicine. 

Frank M. Denslow. Kansas City, Mo. 

M. D.. University of Kansas, 1906. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Clarence E. Parish. Brewton, Ala. 

M. D., University of Alabama, 1906. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Frederick W. Fochtman. Cumberland. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Baltimore), 1889. Cystoscopy. 

Ernest H. Gaither. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1905. Medicine and Physiology. 

Andrew Colin Gillis. Baltimore. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Baltimore), 1904. Physiology. 

Samuel Goldberg. McKeesport, Pa. 

M. D., University of Pittsburg, 1910. Medicine. 

Harry C. Goodson. Colorado Springs, Colo. 

M. D., St. Louis University, 1904. Medicine. 

David J. Hale. Terre Haute, Ind. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1905. Medicine. 

David G. Harvey. Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1894. Gynecological Pathology. 

James Lewis Hefferman. Jellico, Tenn. 

M. D., University of Louisville, 1887. Medicine. 

Charles P. Higgins. Vancouver, B. C. 

M. D. C. M., McGill University, 1899. Pediatrics and Surgery. 

Charles A. Johnston. Bluefield, W. Va. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1S89. Dermatology. 

Kenneth B. Jones. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1911. Medicine. 

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Linwood M. Kelley. Manchester, Vt. 

M. D., University of Vermont, 1904. Pediatrics and Medicine. 

Adam Kemble. Washington, D. C. 

M. D., George Washington University, 1905. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Fred G. Kolb. Paterson, N. J. 

M. D., Medico-Chirurgical College (Phila.). 1908. Pathology. 

William R. Lightbody. Manchester, N. H. 

M. D., Harvard University, 1910. X-Bay Diagnosis. 

Ralph Lovelady. Sidney, la. 

M. D., Creighton University, 1911. Medicine. 

George B. Martin. Richmond, Va. 

M. D., Medical College of Virginia, 1910. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Robert S. Page. Belair. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1898. Special Research. 

Guy S. Peppers. Fredericton, N. B. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1911. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Walter S. Phillips. Rapidan, Va. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1897. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

J. William Pierson. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1905. Medicine. 

Boris Pokrovski. Moscow, Russia. 

M. D., University of St. Petersburg, 1907. Surgery and Gynecology. 

James Chambers Pryor. Washington, D. C. 

M. D„ University of Nashville, 1894, and Vanderbilt University, 1895. 
Hygiene. 

James F. Saltry. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1887. Medicine. 

Hubert Schoonmaker. Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

M. D., New York University, 1891. Medicine. 

Henry S. Weigle. Harrisburg, Pa. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1908. Gross Anatomy. 

Clarence C. Wiley. Troy, Ala. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1908. Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

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Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolled and 
Their Places of Graduation 



Alabama 12 

Arkansas 2 

California 12 

Connecticut 9 

Delaware 2 

District of Columbia 2 

Georgia 18 

Hawaiian Islands 2 

Illinois 8 

Indiana 8 

Iowa 7 

Kansas 3 

Kentucky 10 

Louisiana 5 

Maine 2 

Maryland (Baltimore, 35)... 52 

Massachusetts 9 

Michigan 1 

Minnesota 3 

Mississippi 3 

Missouri 8 

Nebraska 1 

New Hampshire 3 

New Jersey 11 

New York 23 



North Carolina 11 

North Dakota 2 

Ohio 22 

Oklahoma 1 

Oregon 8 

Pennsylvania 34 

Porto Rico 1 

Rhode Island 3 

South Carolina 6 

South Dakota 8 

Tennessee 3 

Texas 4 

Utah 1 

Vermont 1 

Virginia 20 

Washington 3 

West Virginia 5 

Wisconsin 6 

Wyoming 1 

Foreign 

Canada 1 

China 1 

Japan 1 



Alabama Polytechnic Inst ... 4 

Alabama, University of 5 

Allegheny College 3 

Amherst College 2 

Arkansas, University of 2 

Barnard College 1 

Bethany College 1 

Brown University 4 

Bryn Mawr College 4 

Bucknell University 4 



California, University of 6 

Carleton College 1 

Central University (Ky.)... 4 

Chicago, University of 6 

Cincinnati, University of . . . . 2 

Clemson Coli 1 

Coe College 1 

Colby College 2 

Colgate University 1 

Creighton University 1 



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Medical Department 



[GIG 



Dartmouth College 3 

Davidson College 6 

Dickinson College 2 

Elon College 1 

Emory College 3 

Emory and Henry Coll 1 

Franklin & Marshall College. 6 

Furman University 1 

Georgetown College (Ky.)... 2 

Georgia, University of 8 

George Washington Univ 2 

Goucher College 4 

Grinnell College 1 

Hamilton College 3 

Hamline University 1 

Harvard University 6 

Haverf ord College 3 

Heidelberg (Ohio) 1 

Hiram College 1 

Howard College 2 

Huron College 2 

Illinois College 1 

Illinois, University of 2 

Indiana University 3 

Iowa, University of 1 

Johns Hopkins University. . . 24 

Kansas, University of 1 

Kentucky State University . . 2 

Kenyon College 2 

Knox College 1 

Lafayette College 2 

Lake Forest University 2 

Leland Stanford Jr. Univ ... 6 

Lebannon Valley College .... 1 

Laval University 1 

Louisiana State University. . 4 

Loyola College 1 

Marietta College 3 

Maryland Agricultural Coll.. 1 

McMaster University 1 

Mercer University 4 

Miami University 2 

Michigan, University of 2 

Middlebury College 1 



Minnesota, University of 1 

Missouri, University of 4 

Monmouth College 1 

Mt. Holyoke College 1 

Mt. Union College 1 

Muhlenburg College 1 

Nebraska, University of 1 

New York University 1 

North Carolina, Univ. of 5 

N. Dakota Agri. College 2 

Northwestern University. ... 2 

Oberlin College 2 

Ohio State University 4 

Ohio University 1 

Oklahoma, University of 1 

Oregon, University of 6 

Pennsylvania College 1 

Pittsburgh, University of 4 

Pomona College 1 

Princeton University 11 

Purdue University 1 

Randolph-Macon College 5 

Richmond College 2 

Roanoke College 1 

Rochester, University of 1 

Rock Hill College 1 

Rutgers College 2 

Simmons College 1 

Smith College 1 

South Carolina, Univ. of 2 

South, University of 1 

Southwestern University 1 

St. John's Coll. (Annapolis). 7 

St. John's Coll. (Brooklyn).. 1 

St. John's Univ. (Shanghai). 1 

St. Louis University 1 

St. Mary's Coll. (Kentucky). 1 

Syracuse University 2 

Tennessee, University of 1 

Texas, University of 2 

Trinity College (Conn.) 4 

Union College 2 

Vanderbilt University 2 

Vassar College 6 



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Virginia Military Institute.. 1 

Virginia Polytechnic Inst 1 

Virginia, University of 3 

Wabash College 1 

Wake Forest College 2 

Washington, University of . . . 2 

Washgtn. Univ. (St. Louis). 1 

Washington & Jeffers'n Coll.. 3 

Washington & Lee Univ 8 

Waynesburg College 2 

Wellesley College 5 

Wesleyan Univ. (Conn.) 2 

Wesleyan Univ. (Ohio) 2 



West Lafayette College 1 

Western Coll. for Women ... 1 

Western Maryland College . . 4 

West Virginia, Univ. of 1 

Whitman College 1 

Whitworth College 1 

Williams College 3 

Wilson College 1 

Wisconsin, University of 4 

Wittenberg College 2 

Wofford College 1 

Wooster, University of 2 

Yale University 17 



DOCTORS OF MEDICINE OF THE JOHNS 
HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



(When no institution is mentioned, the degree or position refers to the 
Johns Hopkins University or the Johns Hopkins Hospital. *Deceased.) 

Students receiving degrees at other times than the regular June Com- 
mencement are placed in a separate group at the end of each class list. 



1897 

Charles Russell Bardeen, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1893 ; Asst., Assoc, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Anatomy, 1897- 
04. — Prof, of Anatomy and Dean 
Med. Sch. Univ. of Wisconsin, 
Madison. 

Thomas Richardson Brown, A. B., 
1892 ; Resident House Officer, 
1897-98; Asst. Physician and 
Assoc, in Medicine ; Assoc. Editor, 
Maryland Med. Jour. ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

•Walter S. Davis, S. B., Amherst, 
1893: Resident House Officer, 
1897-98. 

Louis Philip Hamburger, A. B., 
1893 : Resident House Officer, 
1897-98. — Assoc, and Asst. Physi- 
cian ; Attending Physician, Union 
Prot. Infirmary ; Hebrew Hosp. ; 
Hosp. for Women of Md. : Church 
Home and Infirmary. ; Children's 
Convales. Home and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Guy LeRoy Hunner, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1893 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident Gyne- 
cologist and Instr., 1897-02. — 
Associate in Gynecology ; Physi- 
cian, Baltimore. 

Irving Phillips Lvon, A. B., Yale, 
1893 : Resident House Officer, 
1897-98.— Lect. Clincial Med., and 
Librarian, Univ. of Buffalo; Asst. 
Attending Physician, Buffalo ; 
Gen'l. Hosp., and Physician, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

William George MacCallum, A. B., 
Toronto, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer. Resident Bacteriologist, 
and Asst. Resident Pathologist, 
1897-00 ; Assoc, in Pathol, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Pathology, 1900- 
08 ; Prof. Path. Physiol., Lec- 
turer in Forensic Med., 1908-09, 
and Resident Pathologist, 1900- 
09. — Visit'g. Pathol. Presbyte- 
rian Hosp. and Prof. Pathol., 
Columbia, N Y. 

Charles Neil McBryde, S. B., South 
Carolina, 1891 : M. B., Va. Poly- 
tech. Inst., 1892.— Senior Bac- 
teriol., Blochem. Div. Dept. of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

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James Farnandis Mitchell, A. B., 
1891 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident Sur- 
geon, and Instr. in Surgery, 1897- 
02. — Surg. Providence Hosp. and 
Surgeon, Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Longworth Nichols, A. B., 
Harvard, 1893 ; Fellow in Pathol., 
1897-98; 'Student, Berlin, 1898- 
99. — Asst. in Lab., Saranac Lake, 
N. Y. 

Eugene Lindsay Opie, A. B., 1893; 
Resident House Officer, Fellow, 
Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Path- 
ology, 1897-04 ; Member, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Re- 
search, N. Y. ; Pathol. Presbyter- 
ian Hosp., Co-Editor, Jour. Exp. 
Med., N. Y. 1904-10.— Profes- 
sor of Pathol., Washington Univ., 
St. Louis. 

Mary Secord Packard, A. B., Vassar, 
1892 ; Harvard Summer Sch., 
1893; Resident House Officer, 
1897-1898 ; Physician, Kingsley, 
House (Coll. Settlement), Pitts- 
burg, 1898-00; Pathologist, New 
Eng. Hosp., Boston, 1902-03.— 
Rehoboth, Mass. 

Omar Borton Pancoast, S. B 
Swarthmore, 1893 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1897-98 ; Resident Sur 
geon, Union Prot. Infirmary, 1898 
00. — Asst. Surgeon and Instr, 
in Surg., Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Clement Andariese Penrose, A. B. 
1 893 ; Resident House Officer, 
1897 - 98. — Member Visit. Staff,. 
Church Home and Infirmary, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Richard Pearson Strong, Ph. B. 
Yale, 1893: Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1897-98; Asst. Surg., U. S 
Army, in charge Armv Path. Lab.. 
Manila, 1899-01.— Chief Gov't 
Biol. Lab'y, U. S. A. ; Phys.-in- 
Chief, Philippine Genl. Hosp., and 
Prof. Tropical Med., The Philip 
pine Med. Sch., Manila. (15) 

1898 

William Stevenson Baer, A. B., 
1894 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Resident Surgeon, 1898-00; 
Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Ortho- 



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Doctors of Medicine 



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pedic Surgery, 1900-10. — Visit 
ing Orthoped. Surg., Cambridge 
Hosp., Union Prot. Infirmary, 
Church Home, Robt. Garrett Hosp. 
for Children and Home for In- 
curables ; Ortho. Surg. ; Associate 
Professor of Orthopedic Surg. 

William Jephtha Calvert, A. B., 
Kentucky, 1893; 1st Lieut, and 
Asst. Surgeon, U. S. A., Fort 
McHenry, 1898-02 ; Lecturer. 
Tropical Diseases, Washington 
Univ., St. Louis, 1902-03 ; Prof. 
Physicial Diag. and Clin. Pathol., 
Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, 
1903-09; Baylor University, Dal- 
las, Texas, 1910-11. — Prof. Pre- 
ventive Medicine, U. of Mo., 
Columbia. 

Patrick Joseph Cassidy, A. B., Yale, 
1894 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Backus Hosp., 1898-99. — Visit- 
ing Pathol, and Surg. Mem. Hosp. 
and Physician, Norwich, Conn. 

•John Williams Coe, Ph. B., Yale, 
1893; Senior Asst. House Staff, 
Presbyterian Hosp., N. Y., 1898- 
1899, and Resident Physician, 
1899 - 00. — Asst. Clin. Pathol., 
Cornell Univ., and Physician, 
N. Y. (Died at New York March 
6, 1911). 

Percy Millard Dawson, A. B., 1894 ; 
Fellow, Asst. Instr. Assoc, and 
Assoc. Prof, of Physiology, 1898- 
09 ; Spec. Student, Harvard 
Divinity Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 
1909-10.— Minister, 1st Unitarian 
Church, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Arthur Wells Elting, A. B., Yale, 
1894 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-99; Asst. in Pathol., Al- 
bany Med. Sch., 1899-00. — Sur- 
geon, Child's Hosp. Attend. Surg., 
Albany Hosp. ; St. Peter's Hosp. 
Consult. Surg. Hudson Hosp. and 
Prof, of Surgery. Albany Med. 
School ; Surgeon, Albany. 

William Webber Ford, A. B., Adel- 
bert, 1893; D. P. H., McGill, 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-99; Fellow, Pathol., Mc- 
Gill Univ., 1899-01 ; Fellow, 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Re- 
search, Inst, for Infectious Dis- 
eases, Berlin, 1901-02, and J. 
H. U., 1902-03, Instr. and Assoc, in 
Bacteriol., 1903-06. — Assoc. Prof. 
of Hygiene and Bacteriology and 
Lecturer in Legal Medicine. 

Thomas Wood Hastings, A. B., 
1894 : Resident House Officer, 
1898-99; Surgeon, Hospital Ship 
"Maine," 1899-00.— Prof. Clin- 
ical Pathol., Cornell Univ. Med. 
Coll. ; Asst. Attend. Physician, 
Bellevue Hosp. ; Physician, N. Y. 

Alfred Birch Herrick, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1894 ; Res. House Officer, 
1898-99; Res. Physician, Nation- 
al Soldiers' Home, 1899-00 ; Res. 
Surgeon, Barnes Hosp., Washing- 
ton, D. C, 1900-04; Chief Surg. 
Clinic, Ancon Hosp., C. Z. 



J'ames Hall Mason Knox, Jr., A. B., 
Yale, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894, A. 
M., Lafayette, 1896; Res. House 
Officer, and Asst. and Instr. in 
Pediatrics, 1898-09. — Asst. Pedi- 
atrician and Assoc, in Pediatrics ; 
Physician in Charge, The Thomas 
W T ilson Sanitarium ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Millard Langfeld, A. B., 1893.— 
Prof. Med. Bacteriol, and Em- 
bryol., Creigihton Med. Coll., Bac- 
teriologist, Omaha City Board of 
Health ; Physician, St. Joseph's 
and Douglas Co. Hospitals, Mem- 
ber Omaha Milk Com. ; Physi- 
cian, Omaha, Neb. 

Gertrude Underhill Light, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1894 ; Physician, Randall's 
Island Hosp. for Children, N. Y., 
1898-99 ; Demonstrator, Pathol., 
Wisconsin Coll. of P. & S., 1899- 
00 ; Clinical Asst, Bellevue 
Hosp. Disp., 1901-02. — Sanitary 
Inspector, Tenement House Dept., 
New York. 

James Daniel Madison, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-99 ; Asst. Resident 
Physician, Danvers Insane Hosp., 
Mass., 1899-02. — Prof. Medicine, 
Wis. Coll., of P. & S., Visit'g 
Physician, Milwaukee Hosp. and 
County Hospitals, and Physician, 
Milwaukee. 

Harry Taylor Marshall. A. B., 1894 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1898-99; 
Fellow, 1899-00; Asst. Resident 
Pathologist, and Instr. in Pedi- 
atrics, 1900-06 ; Pathologist. Bu- 
reau of Science, and Prof. Pathol, 
and Bacteriol. Sec. and Registrar, 
The Philippine Med. Sch., Manila, 
1906-08. — Prof. Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol. Univ. of Va., Charlottes- 
ville. 

Roger Griswold Perkins, A. B., 
Union, 1893, and Harvard, 1894 ; 
Resident I athologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1898-01 ; Lect. 
in Bacteriol., West. Reserve Med. 
Sch., Cleveland, 1901-04; Asst. 
and Assoc. Prof, of Pathol, and 
Bacteriol., 1904-10 : Prof, of Hy- 
giene and Preventive Med.. Cleve- 
land. 

Katherine Porter, A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1894 ; House Physician, and Asst. 
Surg., N. Y. Infirmarv for Women 
and Children, 1898-04; Externe, 
Orancre Memorial Hosp. Disp.. 
1900-07 ; Physician Children's Aid 
and Protective Society of the 
Oranges ; Med. Insp. Orange 
Public Sens., and Physician, 
Orange, N. J. 

Joseph Hersey Pratt, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894 ; A. M., Harvard, 1901 ; Asst. 
Pathologist, City Hosp., Boston, 
1898-00; Instr. Pathol., Harvard; 
Asst. Visiting Pathologist, City 
Hosp., and Asst. Pathologist, 
Children's Hosp., Boston. 1900- 
02. — Instr. Theory and Practice 



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of Physic, Harvard ; Consult. 
Phys., Brockton Hosp. and Rufus 
S. Frost Hoisp. of Chelsea ; Asst. 
Neurol., Mass. Gen'l Hosp., Bos- 
ton. 

Georgiana Sands, A. B., Vassar, 
1893 ; Grad. Student, Barnard, 
1893-94 ; Resident House Officer, 
1898-99. — Physician, Port Chester, 
N. Y. 

Benjamin Robinson Schenck, A. B., 
Williams, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer and Asst. Resident and 
Resident, Gynecologist and Instr, 
1898-03. — Jr. Attend. Gynecol., 
Harper Hosp., Consult. Obstet. 
Woman's Hosp., Assoc. Gynecol., 
Providence Hosp., and Physician, 
Detroit. 

Walter Ralph Steiner, A. B., Yale, 
1892, and A. M., 1895 : Grad. Stu- 
dent, 1892-94 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-99; Asst. Visitg. 
Phvsician, Hartford Hosp., Conn., 
1903-07; Pathologist and Bac- 
teriologist and Visit. Physician, 
Hartford Hosp., Consult. Physi- 
cian, Middlesex Hosp. and Hart- 
ford Orphan Asylum ; Sec. Conn. 
State Med. Soc, 1905-12; Sec'y. 
Cong. Amer. Physicians and Sur- 
geons ; Physician, Hartford. 

Emma Elizabeth Walker, A. B., 
Smith, 1887. — Asst. Surg., Hosp. 
for Ruptured and Crippled ; 
Member N. Y. Co. and State 
Med. Soc. N. Y. Acad, of Med 
Woman's Med. Assn., Women's 
Med. Soc. of N. Y. State, Amer. 
Soc. Sanitary and Moral Pro- 
phylaxis, and Physician, New 
York. 

♦Andrew Henderson Whitridge, S. B., 
Harvard, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1898-99. — Physician, Bal- 
timore. (Died, March 19, 1912.) 
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1809 

Edward Erie Brownell, Ph. B.. Yale, 
1895 ; Resident House Officer, 
1899-00.— San Francisco. 

Humphrey Warren Buckler, A. B., 
1895 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. in Obstetrics, 1899 - 06 ; 
Member State Tuberculosis Comra. ; 
Attend. Physician, Md. Hosp. for 
Consumptives ; Supt., Dr. H. A. 
Kelly's Private Hosp., and Physi- 
cian, Baltimore. 

Rufus Ivory Cole, S. B., Michigan, 
1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident, Resident Physi- 
cian, and Med. Adviser to Med. 
Students, 1899-07; Assist. Phy- 
sician : Assoc, in Med. in Chg. 
Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic, 1907- 
09. — Med. Director, Rockefeller 
Hospital, N. Y. 

John Staige Davis, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895: Resident House Officer, 
1899-00; Resident Physician, Un- 
ion Protestant Infirmary, 1900- 



03. — Asst. Surgeon and Instr. in 
Surg., Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Charles Phillips Emerson, A. B., 
Amherst, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer; Instructor in Med. and 
Asst. Resident Physician in charge 
of Clinicial Lab., 1899-05; Res. 
Physician ; Medical Adviser to 
Students and Associate in Medi- 
cine, 1905-1908; Supt. Clifton 
Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y., 1908- 
11. — Dean and Prof, of Medi- 
cine, Indiana University Sch. of 
Med., Indianapolis. 

Blanch Nettleton Epler, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1895 ; House Physician, 
Randall's Island Hosp. for Chil- 
dren, and Interne, N. Y. Infirmary 
for Women and Children, 1899- 
00. — City Bacteriol. and Exam, 
for State Sanatorium for Tuber- 
culosis, and Physician, Kalama- 
zoo, Mich. 

Joseph Erlanger, S. B., California, 
1895 ; Resident House Officer, 
Fellow in Pathol. ; Asst. Instr., 
Assoc, and Assoc. Prof, of Physi- 
ology, 1899-06; Prof, of Physi- 
ology, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madi- 
son, 1906-10. — Prof, of Physi- 
ology, Washington Univ., St. 
Louis. 

Philip Saffery Evans, Jr., A. B., 
Yale, 1895 ; Intercollegiate Sec, 
Y. M. C. A., Bait., 1899-00 ; Clini- 
cal Asst. in Surgery, 1900 - 01 ; 
Medical Missionary, Yang Chow, 
China, 1901-11. — Prof. Pathol., 
East China Union Medical College, 
Nanking, China. 

Richard Holden Follis, Ph. B., Yale. 
1895 ; Externe ; Asst. Resident 
Surgeon, Resident Surgeon and 
Instr. in Surgery, 1899-05.— 
Assoc, in Surgery ; Surgeon, Bal- 
timore. 

Frank Taylor Fulton, S. B., Knox, 
1894; A. B., 1895: Pathol. In- 
terne, City Hosp., Boston. 1899- 
00 ; Pathologist and Director 
Pathol. Lab., R. I. Hosp.. 1900- 
09. — Visit. Phys. and Consult. 
Pathol. City Hosp., Pawtucket 
Mem. and Woonsocket Hosp., and 
Physician, Providence. 

♦James Daton Gallagher, A. B., 
1895 ; Physician, Private Wards, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, O., 
1899-00. 

Henry Harris, A. B., Stanford. 1895 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1899-00. 
Instr. Princ. and Prac. of Med. 
and Visiting Physician, Hebrew 
Orphan Asylum, Cal. Women's 
Hosp. and Mt. Zion Hosp. and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

Henry Joseph Hoye, A. B., Brown, 
1895 ; Surg. Interne, and House 
Surg., City Hosp., Boston, 1899- 
01.— Asst. Visit. Surg., R. I. 
Hosp. ; Physician. Providence. 

Louis Williams Ladd, A. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Acting Asst. Resident Phy- 



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65 



sician, 1899 - 00 ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Lakeside Hosp., 1900 - 01. 
— Lecturer Clin. Microscopy, West- 
ern Reserve Univ. ; Clin. Micro- 
scopist, Lakeside Hosp., Cleve- 
land. 

Charles Sumner Little, A. B., Wa- 
bash, 1894, and A. M., 1903 ; 
Assoc, in Pathol., Central Coll. of 
P. and S., Indianapolis, 1903- 
05; Lect. Pathol., Clin. Med., 
Purdue Univ. ; Pathologist, City 
Hosp. and Physician to Day Nurs- 
ery, Indianapolis, Ind., 1905-07. 
— Petersburg, Ind. 

John Arthur Luetscher, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer. 1899-00 ; House Physician, 
City Hosp., Boston, 1900-01 ; Asst. 
in Medicine, 1905-07. — Asst. Phy- 
sician and Instr. in Medicine, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Frank Allemong Lupton, S. B., Ala. 
Poly tech., 1891, and S. M., 1892 ; 
Grad. Student, 1893-94. — Mem^ 
ber, Committee of Health, Jeffer- 
son Co. ; Prof, of Obstetrics, 
Birmingham Med. Coll., and Ob- 
stetrician, Hillman Hospital, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Frank Worthington Lynch, A. B., 
Adelbert, 1895 ; Asst. Resident 
and Resident Obstetrician ; Chief 
of Obstet. Clinic, and Assoc, in 
Obstetrics, 1899-03. — Asst. Prof, 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Rush Med. Coll. ; Attend. Obstet. 
and Gynecol., Presbyterian Hosp. ; 
Visit. Obstet, St. Joseph's Hosp., 
Editor, Chicago Gyne., Soc, 
Chicago. 

Chester Lea Magee, A. B., Stanford, 
1895, and A. M., 189G ; Asst. Resi- 
dent Physician, City Detention 
Hosp., Bait., 1899-00; Instr. San 
Diego Training Sch. for Nurses, 
1900-02; Asst. Surg. Santa Pe 
R. R., 1903-12; Assoc, in Phys- 
iol., Coll. P. and S., 1907-08.— 
Physician, Los Angeles. 

Hugh Miller Moore, B. Sc. and M. 
Sc, Miami, 1895. — Member, Amer. 
Acad. Med. and Physician, Ox- 
ford, O. 

♦Charles Williams Ottley, A. B., 
Princeton, 1893, and A. M., 1903 ; 
Traveling Secy. Student Volun- 
teer Movement for Foreign Mis- 
sions, N. Y., 1899-00 ; House 
Physician, Blackwell's Island, 
Dept. of Charities, N. Y., 1900- 
01 ; Prof. Biology, and Col- 
lege Physician, Robert Coll.. Con- 
stantinople, 1901-04 ; Physician 
and Surg., Anatolia Coll., Hosp., 
Marsovan, Turkey, 1904-05 ; Stu- 
dent, Vienna and Berlin, 1905-06. 
— Physician, Atlanta, Ga., 1906- 
07. 

Paul Octavius Owsley, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895 ; Asst. Resident Surgeon, St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Bait., 1899-01. 
— Instr. Clin. Gynecology, N. W. 
Hied. School ; Attending Surg. 



Cook Co. Hosp., and Physician, 
Evanston, 111. 

Jacob Hall Pleasants, A. B., 1895 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1899- 
00 ; Asst. in Med., 1901-06.— 
Assoc. Prof. Clin. Medicine, Coll. 
P. and S., Bait. ; Pres't. Dpt. 
Charities and Corrections ; Asst. 
Physician, and Instructor in 
Medicine ; Physician, Baltimore. 

Sylvan Rosenheim, A. B., 1895 ; 
Asst. and Clinical Asst. in Laryn- 
gology, 1903 - 07. — Laryngologist, 
Hebrew, Eudowood, and Jewish 
Hospitals for Consumptives ; 
Aural Surg., Bait. Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hosp. ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

John Albertson Sampson, A. B., Wil- 
liams. 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1899-00 ; Asst. Resident and 
Resident Gynecologist, and Asst. 
in Gynecol., 1900-04. — Gynecol. 
Albany Hosp. and So. End. Disp., 
and Prof. Gynecol., Albany Med. 
Sch., and Physician, Albany, 
N. Y 

Halbert Severin Steensland, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1895 ; Pathol. House 
Officer, City Hosp., Boston, 1899- 
00 ; Lect. Pathol, and Bact. and 
Director Path. Lab., Syracuse 
Univ., and Assoc. Prof, and 
Director, 1900-08 ; Prof. Pathol, 
and Bact.. and Director, Pathol. 
Lab., 1908-12. — Pathol., St. Jo- 
seph's, the Syracuse Hosp. for 
Women and Children, Hosp. Good 
Shepherd, and Syracuse Free 
Disp. ; Prof. Pathol, and Dir. 
Path. Laby., Syracuse Univ., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

William Ridgely Stone, A. B., Prince- 
ton, 1895 ; Interne, Blackwell's 
Island, Dept. of Charities, N. Y. 
City, 1899-00. — Asst. Visiting Ob- 
stetrician, Maternity Hosp., Black- 
well's Island, and Physician, New 
York. 

Edgar Randolph Strobel, A. B., 1895 ; 
Externe, 1899-00 ; Clinical Trof. 
Dermatology, Bait. Med. Coll. ; 
Instr. and Asst. in Dermatol. ; 
Physician, Bait. 

Frederick Herman Verhoeff, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1895 ; A. M., Harvard, 1902 ; 
Exteme ; Asst. Surgeon, Bait. Eye, 
Ear and Throat Charity Hosp., 
1899-00 ; Asst. in Path., Har- 
vard Med. Sch., 1900-02 ; Asst. 
Ophthal, Surg., Carney Hosp., 
1902-06. — Pathologist and Asst. 
Ophthal. Surg., Mass. Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary ; Instr. 
Ophthalmic Pathol., Harvard, and 
Physician, Boston. 

William Whitridge Williams, A. B., 
1895; Resident Physician, St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Bait., 1899-00 ; 
Asst. Univ. of Prague, 1900-01 ; 
Asst. Pathol., Harvard, 1901- 
03 ; Graduate Asst., Out-Patient 
Dept., Mass. Gen'l Hosp., 1903- 
05 ; Asst. in Pharmacol. West. 



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Reserve Univ., Cleveland, 1905- 
08 ; Director, Webb Tuberculosis 
Research Lab., Colorado Springs, 
1908-11. — Consult., Cragmor San- 
atorium, Colorado Springs. 

Sarah Delia Wyckoff, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1894 ; Resident House Officer, 
1899-00. — Attend. Physician, State 
Disp. for Tuberculosis ; Lect. 
Domestic Science and Hygiene, 
High School ; Med. Exam., Wyom- 
ing Seminary, and Physician, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

John Lawrence Yates, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894; S. B., Wisconsin, 1895; 
Resident House Officer, Asst. Resi- 
dent Surgeon, and Asst. in Pathol., 
1899-02 ; Asst. Demonstrator Pa- 
thol., Univ. of Pa., 1902-03; 
Pathologist, and Chief Surg. 
Asst., Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 
1904-06. — Surgeon, Milwaukee. 



Frank Curtiss Da^is, A. B., Am- 
herst, 1895. — Physician, Los An- 
geles, Cal. (Degree granted De- 
cember 4, 1899.) 

(33) 
1900 

Joseph Akerman, A. B., Georgia, 
1894, and Grad. Student, 1895- 
96 ; Resident Physician and Sur- 
geon, Presbyterian Hosp., Phil- 
adelphia, 1900-02 ; Supt, Walker 
Memorial Hosp., Wilmington, N. 
C, 1902-06.— Surgeon, Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

Herbert Williams Allen, S. B., Cali- 
fornia. 1896; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1900-01 ; Resident Physician, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland 1901- 
02. — Instr. Clin. Pathol.,' Med. 
Dept. Univ. Calif., Asst. Visit. 
Physician, St. Luke's Hosp., and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

Mabel Fletcher Austin (Mrs. E. E. 
Southard), S. B., Minnesota, 
1893 ; Pathologist and Interne, 
City and County Hosp., St. Paul, 
1900-02 ; Pathologist, New Eng- 
land Hosp., Boston, 1903-06 ; 
Assoc. Prof. Hygiene, and Med. 
Director Wellesley Coll., 1906- 
08. — Cambridge, Mass. 

Alma Emerson Beale, A. B., Welles- 
ley, 1891 ; JViarine Biological Lab., 
1893 ; Externe, 1900-01 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Evening Disp. for 
Working Women and Girls, Bait., 
1900-01 ; Interne, N. Y. Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, 
1901-02 ; Health Officer and Phy- 
sician, Schaghticoke, N. Y., 1902- 
12. — Physician, Henry Watson 
Children's Aid Soc, Baltimore. 

♦Milton Bettmann, A. B., Harvard, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1900-01 ; Student, Univ. of Ber- 
lin, 1901-02. 

Evelyn Briggs, A. B., Stanford, 
1890. — Sacramento, Cal. 



Lawrason Brown, A. B., 1895 

Ident Physician, Adirondack Cot- 
tage Sanitarium, 1900-12; Attend. 

Physician, 1912. — Physician, Sar- 
anac Lake, N. Y. 

Herman Briille, A. B., and S. B., 
Hampden - Sidney, 1895; Grad. 
Student, 1895-96; Externe, 1900- 
01. — Medical Agent, City Chari- 
ties and Physician, Baltimore. 

Curtis Field Burnarn, A. B., Central 
Univ. Ky., 180.1; Grad. Student, 
1895-96 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst. Resident and Resident 
Gynecologist, 1900-04. — Assoc, in 
Gynecology ; Surg.-in-Chief, Cam- 
bridge Hosp., and Physician, Bal- 
timore. 

Arthur Smith Chittenden, A. B., 
Yale, 1896, and A. M., 1899 ; 
House Surgeon, N. Y. Hosp., 1900- 
02. — Asst in Path., Columbia, 
1903-14 ; Visiting Pathologist, 
Lincoln Hosp.. 1904-05. — Surg. 
Binghamton Hosp. and Physician, 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Henry Asbury Christian, A. B. and 
A. M., Randolph-Macon, 1895, and 
Grad. Student, 1895-96; A. M., 
Harvard, 1903 : Asst. Pathol., 
City Hosp., Boston. 1900-02 ; In- 
structor, Pathol., Harvard ; Asst. 
Visiting Pathologist, City Hosp. 
and Children's Hosp., Boston, 
1902-05 ; Asst. Visiting Physician, 
L. I. Hosp. 1905. — Hersey Prof., 
Theory and Practice of Physic, 
Harvard ; Dean, Faculty of Med. 
and Medical School, Harvard, 
1908-12. — Physician-in-Chief, Peter 
Bent Brigham Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Boston. 

William Remshart Dancy. S. B., 
Georgia. 1896 ; House Physician 
(1900-01) and Surgeon, Seney 
M. E. Hosn.. Brooklyn. N. Y., 
1901-02 ; Grad. Student. Uni- 
versities Berlin and Vienna, 
1902-03 : Res. Supt. Savannah 
Hosp., 1903-04. — Inst'r. Savannah 
Hosp. Tr. Sch. for Nurses and 
Telfair Hosp. Tr. Sch. : Mem- 
ber Attend. Staff, Savannah Hosp., 
and Physician, Savannah, Ga. 

Augustus Hartje Eggers, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1896. — Physician, Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

Henry Courtney Evans, A. B., Adel- 
bert, 1896 ; Interne. Western 
Penna. Hosp., Pittsburg, 1901- 
02. — Physician, Youngstown, O. 

Rose Fairbank (Mrs. Rose Fairbank 
Reals), A. B., Smith, 1895. — Asst. 
Resident Physician, Hosp. Union 
Missionary Society, Jhansi, India, 
1901-05. — Physician Amer. Mo- 
rathi Mission Hosp., Wai, India. 

Clarence B. Farrar, A. B., Harvard, 
1896 ; Grad. Student, Heidelberg, 
1902-04 ; Research Asst., Car- 
negie Inst, of Wash., 1904-06; 
Instr. in Psychiatry, 3 906-08; 
Asst. Physician and Director, 
Laboratory, Sheppard and Pratt 



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67 



Hosp., Towson ; Visit'g Physician, 
City Detention Hosp., Bay View ; 
Asst. Neurol, and Assoc, in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Arthur Lawrence Fisher, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1896 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1900-01 ; Fellow, Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Med. Research, 
1901-02 ; Asst. Visiting Surg., 
Mt. Zion Hosp., 1902 - 08. — Phy- 
sician, San Francisco. 

William Alexander Fisher, Jr., A. B., 
Princeton, 1896 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1900-01 ; Res. Physician, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Bait., 
1901-02.— Visit. Surg. U. P. I. ; 
Instr. in Surg., and Surgeon, 
Baltimore. 

Howard Fletcher, A. B., Randolph 
Macon, 1895, and Grad. Student, 
1895-96. — Physician, Fairfax, Va. 

Joseph Marshall Flint, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1895 ; A. M., Princeton, 
1900, and Yale, 1907 ; Assoc. 
Univ. of Chicago, 1900-01 ; Prof. 
Anatomy, Univ. of California, 
1901-07. — Prof. Surg., Yale Univ., 
New Haven, Conn. 

William Patrick Healy, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1896; Interne, N. Y. City 
Hosp., 1900-02 ; Gynecol. Interne, 
Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y., 1902-03; 
Asst. Gynecol. Vanderbilt Clinic 
and Clin. Instr. Gynecology, Coll. 
P. & S, (N. Y.), 1903-08.— At- 
tend. Surg. Fordham Hosp. ; Asst. 
Surg., J. Hood Wright Hosp. ; Jr. 
Gynecol., Roosevelt Hosp., At- 
tend. Gynecol. Misericordia Hosp. ; 
Clin. Prof. Surg. Fordham Univ., 
N. Y 

*W T illiam Faithful Hendrickson, A. 
B., 1896 ; Asst. Demonstrator 
Pathol., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
1900-02. 

Albion Walter Hewlett, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1895 ; House Physician, 
N. Y. Hosp., 1900-02; Asst. 
Prof. Princ. and Pract. of Med. 
Cooper Med. Coll., San Francisco, 
1906-08. — Prof. Int. Med. and 
Director of Clin. Lab. Univ. of 
Mich., Ann Arbor. 

William Crissey Kellogg, A. B., 
Yale, 1896 ; Resident Physician, 
Soldiers' Home, Washington, 1900- 
01. — Prof. Physiol. Univ. of 
Georgia ; and Physician, Augusta, 
Georgia. 

Preston Keys, A. B., Bowdoin, 1896, 
and A. M., 1900.— Asst. Prof. 
Experimental Pathol., Univ. of 
Chicago. 

♦Leona Lebus, S. B., Wellesley, 1889. 
— Los Angeles, Cal. (Died No- 
vember 20, 1908). 

Warren Harmon Lewis, S. B.. Mich- 
igan, 1894, and Asst., 1894-96 ; 
Asst. Instr., and Assoc, in Anat., 
1900-04. — Associate Prof. of 
Anatomy. 

Harry W 7 ilson Little, S. B., Wabash, 
1896, A. M., 1905 ; House Physi- 
cian, Maternity, City and Epilep- 



tic Hosps., Blackwell's Island, N. 
Y., 1901-03.— Pres. & G. M. the 
S. W. Little Coal Co., Evansville, 
Indiana. 

Ellen Louise Lowell (Mrs. Ellen 
Lowell Stevens), A. B. ; Stanford, 
1896 ; Resident Physician, N. Y. 
Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, 1900-02 ; Asst. Genl. Med. 
Clinic, Presbyterian Hosp. Disp., 
1902-03 ; Asst. Babies' Hosp. 
Disp., Chief of Children's Clinic, 
Harlem Hosp. Out-Pa tient Dept., 
N. Y., 1903-04,— Physician, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

*John Bruce MacCallum, A. B., 
Toronto, 1896 ; Asst. in Anatomy, 
1900-02. — Asst. Prof. Physiology, 
Univ. of California, Berkeley, 
1902-06. 

Mary W r ilbur Marvell, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1S94 ; Interne, New England 
Hosp., Roxbury, 1900-01. — Phy- 
sician, Fall River, Mass. 

Clara Meltzer (Mrs. John Auer), A. 
B., Barnard, 1896 ; Grad. Student, 
1900-01 ; Research Scholar, Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Medical Research ; 
Ophthalmologist, Harlem Hosp. 
Disp., 1901-03. — Clin. Asst. and 
Asst. Surg. N. Y. Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, 1901-11. — Ophthalmolo- 
gist, N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children, and Physician, 
N. Y. 

Clelia Duel Mosher, A. B., Stanford, 
1893, and A. M., 1894 ; Asst., and 
Instr., Hygiene, Stanford Univ., 
1893-96 ; Gynecological Asst., Dr. 
Kelly's Sanatorium, Baltimore, 
and Externe, 1900-01 ; Spec. Asst. 
Palo Alto Board of Health for 
Study of Typhoid fever epidemic 
of April, 1903. — Asst. Prof, and 
Dir. Women's Gymn. and Asst. 
Prof. Personal Hygiene, Stanford 
Univ., and Physician, Palo Alto, 
Cal. 

Hannah Glidden Myrick, A. B., 
Smith, 1896 ; Interne, New Eng- 
land Hosp., Roxbury, 1900-01. 
— Asst. Res. Physician, N. E. 
Hosp. for Women and Children, 
and Physician, Boston. 

♦Edward Spiller Oliver, A. B., 1895 ; 
Physician, Saranac Lake, N. Y., 
1900-02. 

Richard Foster Rand, Ph. B., Yale, 
1895, and Grad. Student, 1895- 
96; Resident House Officer, 1900- 
01 ; Resident Surgeon, Parker 
Hosp., Univ. of Missouri, Colum- 
bia, 1901-02. — Asst. Surg'l and 
Gynecol. Clinics, Yale Univ. ; 
Asst. Obstet. New Haven Hosp., 
and Physician, New Haven, Conn. 

Dorothy M. Reed (Mrs. Charles E. 
Mendenhall), B. L. Smith, 1895; 
Grad. Student, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., 1895-96 ; Resident House 
Officer, and Fellow in Pathol., 
1900 - 02 ; Resident Physician, 
Babies' Hosp., N. Y., 1902-06. — 
Madison, Wis. 



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Glanville Yeisley Rusk, A. B., 180G ; 
Resident House Officer, 1900- 
01 ; Asst. Physician, Sheppard 
and Pratt Hosp., Asst. in Psychi- 
atry and Clinical Asst. in Neurol- 
ogy, 1002-03 ; Path. Institute, 
Ward's Island, N. Y., 1903-10. 
— Asst. Prof. Pathol., Univ. of 
Calif., Berkeley. 

Florence Rena Sabin, S. B., Smith, 
1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Asst. in 
Zoology, 1895-90 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1900-01 ; Holder Woman's 
Fellowship in Anatomy, 1901-02 ; 
Asst. Instr., and Assoc, in Anat- 
omy, 1902-05. — Co-Editor. Anatom. 
Record and Assoc. Prof, of Anat- 
omy. 

"William Francis Mattingly Sowers, 
A. B., Princeton, 1896; Resident 
House Officer, Asst. Resident, Res- 
ident Surgeon ; Assistant and 
Instr., 1900-07. — Assoc, in Surg. 
George Washington Univ., Sur- 
geon, Washington, D. C. 

Ellen Appleton Stone, A. B., Rad- 
cliffe, 1895 ; A. M., Brown, 1896 ; 
Interne, Hosp. for Women and 
Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 1901- 
02 ; Res. Physician, Children's 
Hosp., Buffalo, N. Y., 1902-03. 
— Med. Inspector Public Schools, 
Physician Med. Out-Pak Dept. 
for Children, R. I. Hosp., and 
Physician, Providence. 

Miortimer Warren, A. B.. Bowdoin, 
1896 ; Externe, City Hosp., Bos- 
ton, 1900-01. — Director, Pathol. 
Lab., Roosevelt Hosp., and Physi- 
cian, New York. 

Paul Gerhardt Woolley, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1896: Resident House Offi- 
cer, 190O-01 ; Fellow in Pathol., 
McGill Univ., Montreal, 1901- 
02 ; Pathol. Biol. Lab. and Di- 
rector, Gov't S^rum Lab.. U. S. 
A., Manila, 1902-06; Chief, Si- 
amese Gov't Serum Lab., Phrap- 
atoom, Siam, 1906 - 07 ; Chief 
Inspr. Health and Med. Adviser, 
Dept. Interior, Bangkok, 1907- 
08 ; Assoc. Prof. Path. Anat. 
Univ. of Nebraska, Omaha, 1908- 
09. — Director, Laboratories Cin- 
cinnati Hosp. and Dean of the 
Med. Sch. and Prof. Pathol. Univ. 
of Cincinnati, O. (44) 

1901 

*Alexander Montague Atherton, A. 
B., Wesleyan (Conn.), 1897; 
Resident Physician, Charity Hosp., 
Blackwell's Island, N. Y., 1901- 
02. (Died at Liberty, N. Y./Aug. 
28, 1903). 

Frederick Henry Baetjer, A. B 1 ., 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1901-02. — Assoc, in Surgery in 
Charge of Actinographic Dept., 
and Physician, Bait. 

William Dwight Baldwin, A. B., 
Yale, 1897; Clinical Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1901-02 ; House Physician, 



St. Luke's IIosp., N. Y., 1903-04. 

— Physician, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
John Mc William Jicrry, S. IS., Cor- 
nell, L897 ; Resident House Officer, 

1901-02. — Orthoped. Surg, and 
Radiographer, Albany IIosp., Lec- 
turer on Radiography Albany 
Med. Coll., and Physician, Albany, 
N. Y. 

Walter Herbert Blakeslee, A. B., 
Amherst, 1897, and A. M., 1903; 
Asst. Resident Physician, N. Y. 
Lying-in Hospital (6 months) ; 
Asst. Med. Examiner, Penna. R. II. 
Relief Dept., Philadelphia, 1902- 
08 ; Resident, Episcopal Hosp., 
Philadelphia, 1 908 - 09. — Physi- 
cian, Philadelphia. 

Horace Dechamps Bloombergh, A. 
B., Lafayette, 1897 ; First Lieut. 
Med. Corps, U. S. A., 1901 - 00 
Capt. and Major Med. Corps, 
U. S. A., 1907 -11. — Member 
IT. S. Army Board for Study of 
Trop. Diseases, Manila, P. I. 

Thomas Richmond Boggs, S. B., 
Univ. of Georgia. 189(5. and Grad. 
Student, 1896-97 ; Resident House 
Officer and Acting Asst. Resident 
Physician, 1901-03 ; Asst. in Med. 
and Asst. Resident Physician in 
charge Med. Bact. Lab., Asst. 
Resident Physician in Charge 
Clin. Laby., 1904-08 ; Assoc, in 
Medicine, Res. Physician and Med. 
Adviser to Students, 1908-11. — 
Assoc. Prof. Med. and Phys. in 
Chief, City Hosp., Bay View. 

John Robert Bosley, A. B., Western 
Md., 1896, and A. M. 1903; Grad. 
Student, 1898 - 97. — Capt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., Fort H. G. 
Wright, N. Y. 

Charles Henry Bunting, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1896, and Fellow, 1896- 
97 ; Resident House Officer, 1901- 
02 ; Asst. Demonstrator Pathol., 
Univ. of Pa., 1902-03 ; Instr. in 
Pathol., 1903-04 ; Pathologist, Bay 
View Hosp. ; Asst. Resident Pa- 
thologist and Associate in Pathol- 
ogy, 1904-06 ; Prof. Pathol, and Pa- 
thologist Univ. Hosp., Univ. of Va., 
Charlottesville, 1906-08. — Prof. 
Pathol., Univ. Wisconsin, Madison. 

Joel Ives Butler, Ph. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Acting Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1901-02; Externe Surg. 
Path, and Asst. in Anatomy, 1902- 
03 ; Clinical Asst. G.-U. Surg., 
1903 - 04 ; House Surg., Mass. 
Genl. Hosp., Boston, 1904-05 ; 
Instr. in Surg., Yale Med. Sch. ; 
Asst. Surg. New Haven Hosp., 
1905-11. — Rodgers Hosp., Tucson, 
Ariz. 

Harrv Wardell Carey, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Asst. Pathol., Bender 
ITvgienic Lab., Albany, 1901- 
03. — ■ Instructor, Physiol, Chem., 
1908, and Physical Diag. Albany 
Med. School, 1909-11. — Attend. 
Phvsician, Samaritan Hosp., Di- 
rector, Cluett Path. Lab., Physi- 



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cian in Chg. Lakeview Sanatorium 
and City Bacteriologist, Troy, 

n. y. 

Eleanor Sarah Chace (Mrs. Edward 
Herbert), S. B., Wellesley, 1S94, 
Interne, Worcester Memorial Hosp., 
1902. — Physician, Fall River, 
Mass. 

Robert Thornton Comer, A. B., 
Alabama, 1896 ; Grad. Student, 

1896 - 97. — Physician, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Guy Leartus Connor, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1897. — Neurol. Children's 
Free Hosp. and bt. Mary's Hosp., 
and Neurologist, Detroit, Mich. 

Ray Connor, A. B., Williams, 1897 ; 
House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye 
and Ear Hosp., N. Y., 1902-03. 
— Ophthalmologist and Otologist, 
Children's Free Hosp. ; Clin. Prof. 
Ophthalmol, and Otology, Detroit 
Coll. of Med., and Physician, De- 
troit, Mich. 

George Silas Drake, Jr., A. B., Yale, 
1897, Resident Physician, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, Bait., 1902- 
05 ; Assoc. Surg., St. Louis. 
Free Skin and Cancer Hosp., 1905- 
09. — Surg.-in-chief, Social Serv- 
ice Hosp., and Surgeon, St. Louis. 

Adelaide Dutcher, S. B., Wisconsin, 

1897 ; Asst. Obstetrician, Hosp. 
for Women and Children, and 
Physician, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Harry Atwood Fowler, S. B., Minne- 
sota, 1895 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, and Clinical Asst. Genito- 
urinary Diseases, 1901-03. — Assoc. 
Skin and Venereal Diseases, East- 
ern Disp. and Casualty Hosp., 
Prof. G.-U. Diseases. Howard 
Univ., Physician, Washington, 
D. C. 

Frederick Parker Gay, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1897 ; Fellow, Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research ; Asst. 
Demonstrator of Pathol., Univ. of 
Penna., 1901-03 ; Student, In- 
stitute Pasteur, Brussels, 1903- 
06 ; Bacterid., Danvers Insane 
Hosp., 1906-07 ; Asst. and Instr. 
in Pathol., Harvard Med. School, 
1907-10.— Prof, of Pathol. Univ. 
of California. 

Neil Duncan Graham, A. B., 1897 ; 
Assoc. Prof. Hygiene and Prevent. 
Med. r Howard Univ., and Physi- 
cian, Washington, D. C. 

Gardner Wells Hall, A. B., Harvard, 
1898 ; Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 
1901-02. — Physician, Boston. 

Louis Virgil Hamman, A. B., Rock 
Hill, 1896; Grad. Student, 1896- 
97 ; House Physician, New York 
Hosp., 1902-03. — Attend. Physi 
cian, Maryland Hosp. for Con- 
sumptives ; Physician in Charge, 
Phipps' Disp. Assoc, in Med.,- and 
Physician, Bait. 

Holland Frederick Hastreiter, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1897 ; Resident House 
Officer and Clinical Asst. in Ob- 
stetrics, 1901-02 ; Asst. in Anat. 



Wis. Coll. of P. & S., 1903-04.— 
Physician, Los Angeles, Gal. 

Joseph Henry Hathaway, A. B. t 
Iowa Coll., 1894, and Harvard, 
1896, and A. M., 1897 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1901-02 ; Resident 
Physician, The Glen Springs, Wat- 
kins, N. Y., 1902-03; Resident 
Pathol., Boston Free Hosp. for 
Women, 1903-04 ; Instr. in Anat. 
Cornell, 1905-09 ; Med. Exam. Cor- 
nell Univ. Gym., Ithaca, 1906-09. 
— Prof. Anatomy, Univ. Louis- 
ville, Louisville. 

James Morley Hitzrot, A. B., Prince- 
ton, 1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1902 ; House Surgeon, New York 
Hosp., 1902-03. — Instr. in Surg. 
Cornell Univ. ; Assoc. Attend. 
Surg., N. Y. and Hudson St. Hos- 
pitals ; Asst. Attend. Surg. Belle- 
vue Hosp., and Physician, New 
York 

Gerry Rounds Holden, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; House Surg., Roosevelt 
Hosp., N. Y., 1902-03; Resident 
Gynecologist, and Instr. in Gyne- 
col., 1903-05. — Gynecologist, St. 
Luke's Hosp. and Fla. Hosp. for 
Insane at Chattahoochee and 
Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Edward Hicks Hume, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; John W T . Garrett Interna- 
tional Fellow in Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Univ. Coll., Liverpool, 
1901-02 ; Third Asst. Surg, and 
Clinical Asst. In Medicine, 1902- 
03, Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. Pub- 
lic Health and Marine Hosp. Serv- 
ice, and Research Worker, Govern- 
ment Laboratory, Parel, Bombay, 
India, 1903-05. — Physician in 
Chief, Hosp. of Yale Coll., Chang- 
sha Hunan Prov., China. 

W r illiam Bernard Johnston, A. B., 
Harvard, 1897 : Asst. Resident 
Pathologist, 1901-02.— Europe. 

Harry M. Kaufman, A. B., 1897; 
Resident Physician, Jewish Hosp., 
Philadelphia, 1901-02. — Consult. 
Physician, German Orphan Asy- 
lum ; Attend. Physician Ruppert 
Home and Physician, Washington, 
D. C. 

Theodore Lamson, Ph. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Barnes Hosp., Washington, 1901- 
02. — First Lieut, and Asst. Surg., 
U. S. A., Manila, P. I. 

Dwight Milton Lewis, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; Medical House Officer, City 
Hosp., Boston, 1901-03. — Clin. 
Instr. Med., Yale Med. Sch. ; Pa- 
thol., Hosp. of St. Raphael ; Bac- 
teriol, Board of Health, and Physi- 
cian, New Haven, Conn. 

Warfield Theobald Longcope, A. B., 
1897 ; Resident Pathologist, Penn. 
Hosp., Philadelphia, 1901-03 : Di- 
rector, Ayer Clinical Lab., Penna. 
Hosp., 1904-10; Asst. Prof. Ap- 
plied Med. Univ. of Penna., Phil- 
adelphia, 1909-11. — Assoc. Prof. 



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Med., Columbia Univ., and As- 
soc. Attend. Phys. Presbyterian 
Hosp., N. Y. 
William Harvey Maddren, S. B. 
Brooklyn Polytech. Inst., 1896; 
Grad. Student, 1896-97. — Visiting 
Surg., L. I., State and Samari 
tan Hospitals, and King's Co. and 
Bradford St. Hosp., and Physi- 
cian, Brooklyn. 
Elizabeth Sutton Moore (Mrs. G. L. 
McKinney), S. B., Wilson Coll., 
Pa., 1895 : Grad. Student, Cor- 
nell, 1896-97 ; Interne, New Eng- 
land Hosp., Boston, 1901-02 . 
Pathologist, Passavant Hosp., 
1903-08. — Physician, Fort Cas- 
well, N. C. 

Henry Pickering Parker, A. B., 1896 ; 
Demonstrator of Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Western Reserve Univ, 
1901 - 02 ; Resident Pathologist, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1902- 
03 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Bait, 1903-04 ; Clini- 
cal Asst. in Med. ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Robt. Garrett Hosp. for 
Children, 1904-05 ; Asst. to the 
Prof, of Clin. Med., Georgetown 
Med. Sch. ; Asst. in Diseases of 
Throat and Chest, Emergency 
Hosp., 1905-08. — Prof. Medicine, 
Howard Univ., and Visit. Phy- 
sician, Preedman's Hosp., and 
Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Maurice J. Rubel, S. B., Chicago, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1901-02. — Physician, Chicago. 

John Cleveland Salter, A. B., Yale, 
1897 ; House Physician, St. Luke's 
Hosp., N. Y., 1901-02 ; Resident 
Physician, N. Y. Lying-in Hosp., 
1903-04. — Instr. Clin. Micpy., 
Washington Univ. ; Visit. Phys. 
St. Louis Skin and Cancer Hosp. 
and City Hosp., and Physician, 
St. Louis. 

Mabel Palmer Simis (Mrs. H. L. 
Ulrich), S. B., Cornell, 1897.— 
Physician, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Josiah Morris Slemons, A. B., 1897 ; 
Resident House Officer and Clini- 
cal Asst. in Obstetrics, 1901-02 ; 
Asst., Asst. Resident, and Resi- 
dent Obstetrician, 1902-04. Instr. 
and Assoc, in Obstetrics, 1904-09. 
— Assoc. Professor ; Physician, 
Bait. 

Herbert Meloy Smith, A. B., Roan- 
oke, 1892, and A. M., 1897; Grad. 
Student, 1894-95 ; Capt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., care of War 
Dept., Washington, 1901-10. — 
Physician, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Nelson Spratt, S. B., Minne- 
sota, 18D7: Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1901-02; BDouse Surgeon, New 
York 10 ye and Ear Infirmary, 
1902-08; Bouse Surg. Mass. 
Charitable Rye and Ear Infirmary, 
Boston, L 903-05. — Attend. Oph- 
thalmologist and Otologist, ,\s- 
bury M. !•:. Hosp. and St. An- 



drew's Hosp. ; Clin. Instr. Oph- 
thal. and Otol. Univ. of Minn., 
and Physician, Minneapolis. 

Albert Louis Steinfeld, A. B., 1897 ; 
Director, Histol. and Pathol. Lab- 
oratories, and Resident Physician, 
Lucas Co. Hosp., Toledo, O., 1901- 
02 ; Prof. Histol. and Pathol., 
Toledo Med. Coll., 1903-04 ; Lect. 
in Ear, Nose and Throat, Toledo 
Med. Coll., 1906-11. — Physician, 
Toledo, O. 

Carlotta Mary Swett (Mrs. C. H. 
Bunting), A. B., Wellesley, 1896; 
Grad. Student, Maine State Coll., 
1896 ; Interne, New England 
Hosp., Boston, 1901-02. — Madison, 
Wis. 

Henry Ludwig Ulrich, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1897. — Visit'g Physician, City 
Hosp. ; Instr. in Med., Univ. of 
Minnesota, and Physician, Minn- 
eapolis. 

Albert James Underhill, A. B., 1897. 
— Externe in Surgery ; Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Marian Bartholow Walker (Mrs. 
Marian Walker Williams), A. B., 
Radcliffe, 1898; Attending Phy- 
sician Babies' Hosp., N. Y., 1901- 
02 ; Physician, Hartford, Conn., 
1902-11.— Taos, N. M. 

Louis Marshall Warfield, A. B., 
1897 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Res. Physician, Thomas Wil- 
son Sanitarium, 1901-02 ; Instr. 
Clin. Microscopv, Washington Univ. 
Med. Sch., St. Louis, 1905-09; 
Asst. Supt. and Pathologist, Mil- 
waukee Co. Hosp., Wauwatosa, 
Wisconsin, 1909 - 12. — Physician, 
Milwaukee. 

George W T illiam Warren, A. B., 1897. 
— Physician, New York. 

Stephen Hurt Watts, A. M., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1896 ; Student, Univ. 
of Virginia, 1896-97 ; Resident 
House Officer, Asst. Resident and 
(Resident Surgeon, 1901-07. — Prof, 
of Surg., Univ. of Virginia, 
and Surg.-in-chief Va. Hosp., 
Charlottesville. 

Ernest Alden Wells, A. B., Yale, 
1897; House Surgeon, N. Y. 
Hosp., 1901-02. — Asst. Visit. Surg, 
to Hartford Hosp. and Surgeon, 
Hartford, Conn. 

♦Mabel Wells, A. B., Wellesley, 
1896 ; Student, Univ. of Zurich, 
1897. — Med. Exam. Roland Park 
and Arundel Schools, Baltimore, 
1905-06. 

John Montgomery West, A. B., 1896 ; 
Student, Universities of Berlin, 
Vienna and Halle, 1902-06 ; Asst. 
in Laryngol. and Rhinol., 1907-10. 
— Physician, Baltimore. 

Charles Knickerbacker Winne, Jr., 
A. B., 1897; Externe, 1901-02; 
Acting Resident House Officer; 
Asst., Res. Physician. Thos. Wil- 
son Sanitarium, 1902-03 ; Asst. 
Bender Hygienic Lab., Albany, 
N. Y., 1903-05. — Instr. Theory 



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and Prac. of Med., Albany Med. 
Coll. ; Asst. Attend. Physician, 
Contagious Dept., Albany Hosp. ; 
Attend. Phys., Child's Hosp., So. 
End Disp. and Home for the 
Friendless ; Physician, Albany. 
(53) 
1902 

John Auer, S. B., Michigan, 1898; 
Resident House Officer, 1902-03 ; 
Instr. Physiol., Harvard Med. 
Sen.. 1906-07 ; Asst. and Assoc, 
Rockefeller Institute, 1907-09. — 
Assdc. Member, Rockefeller Insti- 
tute for Medical Research, N. Y. 

John Bradford Briggs, Jr., S. B., 
New York Univ., 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, and Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1902-04. — Assoc, in Pathol., 
George Washington Univ. and Dis- 
pensary, and Physician, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Bennett Bernard Browne, Jr., A. B., 
1898 ; Asst. Ophthalmologist, 
Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat Char- 
ity Hospital, 1903-06. — Clinical 
Asst. Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Consult. Physician, Emergency 
Hosp., Annapolis, and Physician, 
Baltimore and Annapolis. 

Robert Martin Brims, A. B., Vir- 
ginia, 1896; Grad. Student, 1897- 
98 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Springfield State Hospital, Sykes- 
ville, Md., 1902 - 03. — Physician, 
Bait. 

William Morgan Case Bryan, A. B., 
Washington Univ., 1897 ; M. S., 
Michigan, 1898 ; Resident Physi- 
cian, German Hosp., Philadelphia, 
1902-04 ; Instr. Clin. Microscopy 
and Chem., Med. Dept., St. Louis 
Univ., 1904-05. — Instr. Ear, Nose 
and Throat Diseases, ibid. ; Oto- 
Laryngol. to Alexian Bros. Hosp. 
and Physician, St. Louis. 

♦Camillus Bush, S. B., California, 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
and Asst. Res. Surgeon, 1902- 
04. — Visiting Surgeon, St. Helena 
Sanitarium ; Instr. in Surg., Univ. 
of Calif., and Surgeon, San Fran- 
cisco. (Died May 28, 1910.) 

John Woolman Churchman, A. B, 
Princeton, 1898, A. M., 1901 ; Res- 
ident House Officer, and Clinical 
Asst. G.-U. Surgery, 1902-05 ; 
Voluntar Asst. Surg. Clinic, Bres- 
lau, 1905-06 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon, 
1906-09 ; Resident Surgeon and 
Instr. in Surgery, 1909-11. — 
Surgeon, Bait. 

Thomas Wood Clarke, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1902-03 ; Resident Physician, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1903- 
05 ; Vol. Asst. Charite Kranken- 
haus, Berlin, 1905-06 ; Act. Clin. 
Asst., Children's Hosp., and Re- 
search Student, St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp., London, 1906-07 ; Fellow 
Rockefeller Inst, N. Y., 1907-08 ; 



Clin. Asst., Vanderbilt Clinic, 
1907-10 ; Asst. in Pediatrics, 
Columbia, and Asst. Editor 
Medical Record, 1909-10. — Attend. 
Pediatrist, Faxton Hosp., Phys. 
Chg. Babies' Pure Milk and Health 
Sta., and Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Henry Wireman Cook, A. B., 1898 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1902- 
03 ; Late Asst. Resident, Thomas 
Wilson Sanitarium. — Visiting Phy- 
sician, Senior Staff Memorial 
Hosp. and Univ. Hosp. ; Asst. in 
Med. Univ. of Minnesota, and 
Physician, Minneapolis. 

Jacob Jones Coons, S. B., Ohio Wes- 
leyan, 1898 ; Clinical Asst. in Med- 
icine, Asst. Resident Surgeon, N. 
Y. Lying-in Hosp., 1902-03 ; Asst. 
Res. Surg., Kensington Hospital, 
Phila., 1903-04 ; Lect. Clin. Med. 
Starling-Ohio Med. Coll., Patholo- 
gist, Mt. Carmel Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Columbus, Ohio. 

G'ustavus Charles Dohme, A. B., 
1898. — Prof. Chemistry, Maryland 
Med. Coll., and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

David Hough Dolley, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1897, and A. M., 
1898 ; Resident Pathologist, St. 
Vincent's Charity Hosp., 1902- 
03 ; Asst. Demonstrator Pa- 
thol., West. Reserve Univ., and 
Resident Pathologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1903-04 ; Prof. 
Histol. and Pathol., Univ. of N. 
C, Chapel Hill, 1906-10.— Prof. 
Pathol., Univ. Missouri, Colum- 
bia. 

Ralph Duffy, A. B., 1898; Pathol- 
ogist, Western Penna. Hosp., 
Pittsburg, 1902-08 ; Res. Surg., 
Franklin Sq. Hosp., Baltimore, 
1908-09; Surg. Scotland Sani- 
torium, Lawrinburg, N. C., 1909- 
1911. — Physician, Bait. 

John Dunlop, S. B., Princeton, 1898 ; 
Asst. Resident Physician, Thos. 
Wilson Sanitarium, 1902 ; Externe 
in Surgery, 1902-03 ; Asst. Res. 
Physician, U. P. I., Bait, 1903 ; 
Orthopedic House Officer, Carney 
Hosp., Boston, 1904-05. — Ortho. 
Surg., Children's Hosp. and Freed- 
man's Hosp., and Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

William Gage Erving, A. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Orthopedic House Surgeon, 
Carney Hosp., Boston, 1902-03.— 
Ortho. Surgeon, Providence, Freed- 
man's and Children's Hospitals, 
and Prof. Ortho. Surg., Howard 
Univ., and Physician, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Newell Simmons Ferry. Ph. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Asst. Resident Surgeon 
Barnes Hosp., Washington, D. C., 
1902 - 03 ; Asst. in Medicine, 
Memphis, Tenn., 1903-08. — Biol. 
Pathol. City Hosp., and Physician, 
Memphis, Tenn., 1903-1908. — Biol, 
and Research. Dept, Parke, Davis 
& Co., Detroit, Mich. 



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Nellis Barnes Foster, S. B., Am- 
herst, 1898 ; Resident Physician, 
N. Y. Hosp., 1904-05. — Assoc. 
Biol.-Chem. Coll. of P. and S. ; 
Assoc. Physician, N. Y. Hosp. ; 
Pathol. Chemist, St. Luke's Hosp., 
and Physician, N. Y. 

William Willoughby Francis, A. B., 
1898 ; Asst. in Pathology, 1904- 
05. — Clin. Asst. in Med., Royal 
Victoria Hosp., and Asst. Demnstr. 
Pathol. McGill Univ., Montreal, 
Can. 

Maurice Albert Frankenthal, A. B., 
Washington, Univ., 1898. — Assoc. 
Visit. Physician, Jewish Hosp., 
Pathologist, Bethesda Homes, 
Asst. in Surg. Washington Univ. 
Hosp., and Physician, St. Louis. 

W. Harry Glenny, Ph. B., Yale, 
1894. — Asst. Attend. Physician 
and Supervisor of Records, Buf- 
falo Genl. Hosp., Attend. Physi- 
cian, Tuberculosis Dispen., and 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clarence Foster Hardy, B. L., Wis- 
consin, 1891 ; Interne, Mercy 
Hosp., Pittsburg (four months). 
— Physician, Milwaukee. 

Morrison LeRoy Haviland, Ph. B., 
Union, 1898 ; Resident Surgeon, 
Society Lying-in Hosp., N. Y., 
and Resident House Officer, 1902- 
03. — Asst. Phys., Glens Falls 
Hosp., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Mabel Stevens Haynes (Mrs. Kon- 
rad Heissig), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1898 ; Asst. Disp. Mass. Gnl. 
Hosp., 1902-03; Student of Med. 
Vienna, 1904 - 05 ; Dermatol., 
Wilkes St. Free Disp. and Trinity 
Disp., Boston, 1906-07. — Vienna, 
Austria. 

Leonard Keene, Hirshberg, A. B., 
1898 ; Assoc, in Nervous Diseases 
and Instr. in Bacteriol. and 
Neuro-Path., Coll. of P. and S., 
Chief of Nervous Clinic, City 
Hosp. ; Judiac Union Disp., and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Carl Herman Horst, A. B., Stanford, 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
1902 - 03 ; State Bacteriologist, 
Montana, 1904 - 05 ; Resident 
Physician, insane Asyl., State of 
Montana, 1905-06. — City Health 
Officer and Physician, Butte, Mont. 

Solomon Flyman, S. B., California, 
1898 ; House Surgeon, Mount 
Sinai Hosp., N. Y., 1903-05; 
Adjunct. Surg., M,t. Zion Hosp. ; 
1905-10 ; Instr. in Surgery Cooper 
Med. Coll. 1905-12 ; Clin. Instr. 
in Surg., Stanford Univ., and Sur- 
geon, San Francisco. 

William Frederick Jelke, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1898 ; Asst. Resident Sur- 
geon, Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 
1902-03 ; Dem'str in Anat., Cornell, 
1901-05. — Physician, Cincinnati. 

Thomas Monroe Jones, A. B., Indi- 
ana Univ., 1898; Student, Heidel- 
berg, Germany, 1894-97 ; House 
Officer, St. Mark's Hosp., N. Y., 



1902-03; Interne, King's Co. 
Hosp., Brooklyn, 1903-05 ; Grad- 
uate Student, Vienna, Austria, 
1909.-10. — Surgeon, Anderson, In- 
diana. 

Alfred Karsted, A. B., Stanford, 
1898 ; House Surgeon, German 
Hosp., N. Y., 1902 - 04 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Murray IIosp., 
Butte, 1907-11. — Physician, Butte. 

Arthur Herbert Kimball, S. B., Am- 
herst, 1897, and A. M., 1903; 
Resident Physician Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charitv Hosp., Baltimore, 
1902-03. — Visiting Oculist Gov- 
ernment Hosp. for the Insane ; 
Asst. in Ophthalmology, Episcopal 
Eye and Ear Hosp. and Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

Louis Charles Lehr, A. B., 1898 ; 
Clinical Asst. G.-U. Surg, and 
Asst. in Gynecol. Dr. Kelly's 
Sanatorium, 1902-04 — Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

Edward McCrady L'Engle, A. B., St. 
John's, 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
98 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
Phila. Polyclinic Hosp., 1902- 
03. — Pathol. Polyclinic. Hosp. ; 
Dem'st'r Pathol. Medico-Chir. 
Coll. : Asst. Pathol. Phila. Hosp., 
and Physician, Philadelphia. 

George Victor Litchfield, Jr., A. M., 
Randolph-Macon, 1897 ; Physician- 
Surgeon Lick Creek and Lake 
Erie R. R. and Dawson Coal and 
Coke Co., St. Paul, Va., 1902- 
03 ; Surgeon, N. & W. R. R. ; 
Tidewater, Bottom Creek, King 
Coal Co. and Big Four C. & C. 
Co. and Laurel Creek Lumber 
Co., Kimball, W. Va., 1908 — 
Physician, Abingdon, Va. 

Emma Lootz (Mrs. W. G. Erving), 
A. B., Smith, 1897.— Physician, 
Washington, D. C. 

Seymour DeWitt Ludlum, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1897 ; Clinical Asst. Shep- 
pard and Pratt Hosp., Towson, 
1902 - 03 ; First Asst. Resident 
Physician, Friends' Asylum for 
the Insane, Frankford, 1903-06. 
— Asst. Neurol., Phila. Polyclinic 
and Hosp. ; Instr. in Neurol, and 
Neuropathol., Univ. of Penna., 
Asst. Neurologist, Phila. Hosp., 
and Physician, Philadelphia. 

Annie Galloway Lyle, A. B., Stan- 
ford. 1895 ; Asst. Voluntar, 
Vienna, 1902-03; Asst. Chil- 
dren's Clinic Univ. of Calif., 1904- 
05 ; Physician, Juvenile Court, 
1905-11. — Phys. to Board of Edu- 
cation, and Physician, San Fran- 
cisco. 

George Malcolm MacGregor, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1894 ; Resident House 
Officer, Church Home and Infirm- 
ary, Balto., 1905-07. — Physician, 
Garfield, Wash. 

Samuel Andrew Marshall, A. B., 
Yale, 1898 : Surgeon, House of 
Relief N. Y. Hosp., 1902-03.— 
Physician. L. I. City, N. Y. 



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John Scott McFarland, Ph. B., Yale, 
189S. — Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Edmund Webster Meisenhelder, A. 
B., Penna. Coll., 1898; Harvard 
Summer School, 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1902-03 ; Interne, 
Barnes Hosp., U. S. Soldiers' 
Home, Washington, D. C, 1903- 
04 ; Resident Physician, Lake- 
side Hosp., Cleveland, 1904-05 ; 
Graduate Student, Europe, 1909- 
10. — Surg. Staff, York Hosp., 
and Surgeon, York, Pa. 

John Elmer Meisenhelder, S. B., 
Penna. Coll., 1897 ; Grad. Student, 
1897-98 ; House Surgeon, Moses 
Taylor Hosp., Scranton, Pa., 1903- 
04 ; Resident Surgeon, Hosp. 
U. S. Soldiers' Home, Washington, 
D. C, 1904-10; Grad. Student, 
Charite Hosp., Berlin, Germany, 
Univ. of Vienna and Univ. Hosp., 
London, 1910 - 11. — Physician, 
Douglas, Alaska. 

♦Henry William Oschner, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1 898. — Resident House 
Officer, 1902-03. (Died at Balti- 
more, Nov. 25, 1902). 

Edward Hiram Reede, A. B., Cornell, 
1898 ; Asst. Resident Physician 
St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y., 1903.— 
Visit'g. Phys. Freedman's Hosp. ; 
Clin. Asst. in Med., Howard Univ., 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Edwin Nicholas Riggins, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1897 ; Interne, House of 
Relief, N. Y. Hosp., 1903-04.— 
Adjct. Attend. Physician and 
Registrar, St. Mary's Hosp. ; 
Physician, Out-Patient Dept. Mem 
Hosp. : Med. Exam., Union Cent. 
L. I. Co., and Physician, Orange, 
N. J 

Carey Pegram Rogers, A. B., Wake 
Forest, 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
98; Resident House Officer, 1902- 
03. — Med. Referee, Mutual Life 
Ins. Co. of N. Y. for Florida; 
Chief of Staff, St. Luke's Hosp. ; 
Consult. Surg. Seaboard Air Line 
and Chief Private Surg. Hosp., 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Stephen Rushmore, A. B., Amherst, 
1897 ; Externe, 1902-03 ; Asst. 
Resident Gynecologist, 1903 ; 
House Physician, Hudson St. 
Hosp., N. Y., 1904 ; House Sur- 
geon, St. Mary's Hosp. for Chil- 
dren, N. Y., 1905 ; Res. Gvnecol- 
ogist, 1905-06 ; House Officer, 
Boston Lying-in Hosp., 1907. — 
Visitg. Gynecol., Carney Hosp., 
Boston : Tnstr. Clin. Gynecol., 
Tufts Coll. Med. Sch. ; Consult. 
Gynecol., Symmes' Arlington Hosp., 
and Physician, Boston. 

George Barr Scholl, A. B., 1898 ; 
Externe, 1902-03. — Prof. Pathol., 
Bacteriol., and Clin. Micro- 
scopy, Maryland Med. Coll. ; Pa- 
thologist Franklin Sq. Hosp., 
Health Officer, City Board of 
Health, and Physician, Baltimore. 



Melville Silverberg, A. B., California, 
1897 ; Asst. in Physiol.-Chem., 
Cooper Med. Coll., San Francisco, 
1902 ; House Officer, City Hosp., 
Boston, 1903-04.— Prof. G.-U. Coll. 
P. & S., Physician, San Francisco. 

John Nathan Simpson, A. B., Nash- 
ville, 1893 ; Student Paris and 
Berlin, 1905. — Member Amer. Acad. 
Med., Prof, of Physiology, Dean of 
School of Medicine, West Virginia 
Univ., and Physician, Morgan- 
town. 

Harry Merriman Steele, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1894 ; Asst. in Pediatrics, 
TTniv. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., N. Y., 1902-04 ; Asst. in 
Pathol., Yale. Med. Sch., 1902- 
07. — Instr. in Pediatrics, Yale, 
and Asst. Attend. Physician, New- 
Haven Hosp., and Physician, New 
Haven. 

Alice Weld Tallant, A. B., Smith, 
1897 ; Grad. Student, Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., 1897-9S ; Interne New 
England Hosp., Boston, 1902-03 ; 
Med. Examiner for the Gym- 
nasium, Bates Coll., Lewistown, 
Me., 1903-05 ; Asst. Physician, 
Disp of New Eng. Hosp., 1904- 
05. — Prof, of Obstetrics Woman's 
Med. Coll. of Penna., and Obstet.- 
in-Chief to Hosp. of Woman's Med. 
Coll. ; Physician. Girls' Dept. Glen 
Mills Schools, and Physician, Phila. 

Condit Brewer Van Arsdall, A. B., 
Kentucky Wesleyan, 1894. and A. 
M., 1898; A. B., Michigan, 1898. 
— Physician, Harrodsburg. Ky. 

John Van Denburgh, A. B., Stan- 
ford, 1894, A. M., 1895, and Ph. 
D., 1897; Hon. Curator, Dept. of 
Sciences ; Act. Chief Children's 
Clinic, San Fran. Polyclinic, 1902- 
03 ; Visiting Physician, King's 
Daughter's Home for Incurables, 
Asst. Visit. Gynecol., St. Luke's 
Hosp. ; Surg. Telegraph Hill Neigh- 
borhood Assn., 1904-06. — Asst. 
Surg., San Fran. Polyclinic, and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

Otis Buckminster W'ight, A. B., 
Stanford, 1898 ; Resident House 
Officer. 1902-03.— Adjct. in Gyne- 
col., Univ. of Oregon, and Phy- 
sician, Portland. 

Clara Louise Williams, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1897, and M. S., 1898; In- 
terne, St. Luke's Hosp., San Fran- 
cisco, 1902-03. — Physician, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 

Dudley Williams, A. B., 1897 ; Grad. 
Student, 1897-98 ; Grad. Student 
(Pathol.), Harvard Med. School, 
1902-03. — Asst. Physician and 
Physician, Bait. 

Charles Beniarain Wright, A. B., 
North Dakota, 1898 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1902-03 ; Clin. 
Instr. in Pediatrics, Univ. of 
Minn. ; Chf. Pediatric Clin., Wells 
Mem. Free Disp. ; Visit. Staff, 
Minneapolis City Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Minneapolis. (57) 



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Victor Hugo Bassett, A. B., Knox, 
1896 ; Graduate Student, Wis- 
consin and Michigan, 1897-98 ; 
Instr. in Bacterid, and Clin. 
Patbol., Northwestern, Chicago, 
1903-04 ; Fellow in Pathology, 
1904-05 ; Prof. Pathol., Wise. 
Coll P. and S., 1905-06; Assoc. 
Prof Pathol., Milwaukee Med. 
Coll and Asst. Supt. and lies. 
Pathologist, Milwaukee Co. Hosp., 
Milwaukee, 1906-08. — Bacteriolo- 
gist, City of Savannah, Ga. 

Lewis Clyde Bixler A B Lafay- 
ette, 1899, and A. M., 1902, Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1903-04.— 
Physician, Pittsburg. 

Elizabeth Hedges Biauyelt, A. B., 
Bryn Mawr, 1896 ; Interne, N . Y , 
Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, N. Y., 1903-05 ; Med. Mis- 
sionary, Amoy, China, 190o-09.— 
Roselle, N. J. M _ 

Clinton Ethelbert Brush, Jr , S. B., 
New York Univ., 1899 ; Resident 
House Officer and Asst. in Medi- 
cine, 1903-05.— Assoc Prof. Med. 
Vanderbilt Univ., Attend. Phy- 
sician, Woman's Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Nashville. 

Joseph Albert Chatard, A. B., Loy- 
ola, 1898; Graduate Student, 
1898-99 ; Asst. Resident Physi- 
cian, St. Joseph's Hospital, 1903- 
04. — Assoc. Phys. St. Agnes 
Hosp, Asst. Physician, Instr. in 
Med., and Physician, Bait. 

George Edward Chinn, Jr., S. . B„ 
Central Coll. (Mo.), 1899 ; Clin- 
ical Asst. Sheppard and Pratt 
Hosp., Towson, 1903-04. — U. S. 
Pension Exam. Surg. ; Clin. Asst. 
St. Vincent's Hosp. ; Civil Service 
Exam. Physician, and Physician, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Alfred Hull Clark, A. B., Cornell, 
1899 ; House Surgeon, The Hart- 
ford Hosp., Conn., 1903-05 — 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Burgess Cornell, A. B., 
Chicago, 1899. Externe, 1903- 
04 ; Asst. in Neurol. ; Prof, of 
Neurol., Woman's Med. Coll. 
(Balto.), 1907-10; Asst. Physician, 
Sheppard and Pratt Hosp., 1905- 
10. — Asst. Phys. Danvers State 
Hosp., Hathorne, Mass. 

Emma Grace Dewey, S. B., Welles- 
ley, 1885, and A. M., 1894 ; Grad- 
uate Student, Chicago, 1898-99; 
Interne, The Babies' Hosp., N. Y. ; 
Rockefeller Institute for Med. Re- 
search (Summer, 1903). — Pathol- 
ogist and Radiographer Passavant 
Mem. Hosp., and Physician, Jack- 
sonville, 111. 

Harlan Dudley, Ph. B., Oberlin, 
1897 ; Graduate Student, 1898. — 
Physician, Jefferson, O. 

*Dana Lee Eddy, A. B., Yale, 1898. 
— Leavenworth, Kans. 



Roades Fayerweather, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1899; Orthopedic, iJou.se 
Surg., Carney Hosp., 1903-04. — ■ 
Asst. in Orthoped. Surg, and Sur- 
geon, Baltimore. 

John Somerville Fischer, A. B., 
1898, and Graduate Student, 1898- 
99 ; Asst. Resident Physician, 
St. Joseph's Hosp., Bait., 1903-04. 
— Chief Med. Clinic, St. Joseph's 
Hosp. Disp., Assoc, in Diseases of 
Children, B. M. C, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Frederick Julius Gaenslen, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1899 ; Grad. Student, 
Harvard, 1901 ; Interne, German 
Hosp., N. Y., 1903-06.— Ortho- 
ped. Surg., Milwaukee Children's 
Free Hosp. and Physician, Mil- 
waukee. 

Lewis McFarland Gaines, A. B., and 
S. B., Hampden-Sidney, 1898 ; 
Grad. Student, Univ. of Virginia, 
1S98-99 ; First Asst. Surgeon, 
R. I. Hosp., Providence, and 
House Physician, Providence Ly- 
ing-in. Hosp. (3 months), 1903- 
04 ; Prof. of Anatomy and 
Physiol., Med. Dept, Wake Forest 
Coll., Supt. Wake Forest Hosp., 
N. C, 1904-08. — Prof. Neurol. 
Atlanta Sch. Med. : Attend. Neu- 
rol. Tabernacle Infirm., Wesley 
Mem. Hosp. and Georgian Hosp, ; 
Visit. Phys. Home Incurables, and 
Physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

John Timothy Geraghty, A. B., St. 
Thomas Coll., 1895 ; Ph. B., St. 
Paul Seminary, 1897 ; Grad. Stu- 
dent, 1897-98 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-04. — Asst. Surg, and 
Assoc, in G.-U. Surg., Visit. 
G.-U. Surg., City Hosp., Bay View, 
and Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Francis Colquohoun Goldsborough, S. 
B., Princeton, 1889 ; Interne in 
Obstetrics ; Asst. Res. Gynecolo- 
gist ; Obstet'n in Chg. and Resi- 
dent Obstetrician, 1903-07. — Instr. 
and Asst. Obstetrician, 1907-10.— - 
Prof. Obstetrics, Univ. of Buffalo, 
and Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Justin Frank Grant, Ph. B., Yale, 
1898 ; Prof, of Anatomy and Pa- 
thology, Univ. of W. Va., Morgan- 
town, 1903-10. — Prof. Anat. At- 
lanta Coll. P. & S., Atlanta, Ga. 

Louis Wardlaw Haskell, Jr., A. B., 
1899 ; Asst. in Surg. Pathol., 
1903-04 ; House Officer General 
Mem. Hosp., N. Y., 1905-06. — 
Assoc. Prof. Surg. Univ. of Tenn, 
(Memphis) ; Asst. Surg. Memphis 
City and Lucy Brinkley Hospitals, 
and Physician, Memphis, Tenn. 

Arthur Douglass Hirschfelder, S. B., 
California, 1897; Student in Paris 
and Heidelberg, 1898-99, and 
Berlin, 1906 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-04 ; Asst. in Medi- 
cine, Cooper Med. Coll. ; Asst. 
Physician, City and County Hosp. 
and Physician, San Francisco, 
1904-05 ; Voluntary Asst. in Medi- 






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cine, 1905-06 ; Instructor in Medi- 
cine, in charge of the Physiol. 
Lab. of Med. Clinic, 1906-08. — As- 
sociate. 

Ross Hopkins, A. B. and S. B., 
Campbell Univ., 1897 ; A. B., Kan- 
sas State Univ., 1899 ; Graduate 
Student, Chicago, 1899. — Physi- 
cian, St. Louis. 

Henry Talbot Hutchins, A. B., Am- 
herst, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, Asst. Res. and Res. Gyne- 
cologist, 1903 - 07 ; Asst. and 
Instr. in Gynecol., 1906-07.— 
Consult. Gyne. Rufus S. Frost Gnl. 
Hosp., Chelsea and Mem. Hosp., 
Pawtucket (R. I.), Surg, to Out- 
patients, The Free Hosp. for 
Women, Brookline, Mass. ; Fellow 
in Gynecol. Harvard Med. Sch. and 
Physician, Boston. 

Clement Levi Jones, S. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1899, and M. 
S., 1904; Clin. Asst. Med., Star- 
ling Med. Sch., Pathologist, 
Hawkes Hosp. of Mt. Carmel, 
Columbus, O., 1903-06. — Pathol., 
City Hosp. and Physician, Spring- 
field, O. 

Louise Tayler-Jones, A. B., Welles- 
ley, 1896 ; M. S., Columbian, 1898. 
Asst. in Pediatrics, Freedman's 
Hosp. ; Physician, The Foundling 
Hosp. and Nat. Florence Home, 
Phys. Summer Camp for Sick 
Babies, and Physician, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Albert Keidel, A. B. (Feb. 22), 
1900; Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 
1903-06. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Maurice Lazenby, A. B. (Feb. 22), 
1900 ; House Physician, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1903-04. — 
Prof. Histol. and Assoc. Prof. 
Surg. Woman's Med. Coll., 190S- 
10. — Physician, Bait. 

Arthur Solomon Loevenhart, S. B., 
Kentucky State Univ., 1898, and 
M. S., 1899 ; Asst. and Assoc, in 
Physiol. -Chemistry, and Pharm., 
1903-06 ; Associate Professor, 
1906-08. — Prof. Pharm. and Tox- 
icol., Univ. Wisconsin, Madison. 

Henry D. Long, A. B., Washington 
and Jefferson, 1894, and A. M., 
1897 ; Cornell Summer School, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903-04; Asst. Surg. U. S. Pub- 
lic Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, Ellis Island. N. Y.. 1905- 
07. — Physician, N. Y. 

Margaret Long, A. B., Smith, 1895 ; 
Grad. Student, Mass. Inst. Tech., 
1896-97; Interne, N. Y. Infirm- 
ary for Women and Children, 
1903-04.— Physician, Denver, Col. 

♦Edward Janney Sidwell Lupton, S. 
B., Columbia, 1899 ; First Asst. 
Resident and Resident Physician, 
Columbia Hosp., Washington, D. 
C 1903-04; Physician, Hender- 
sonville, N. C, 1905-06. 

Leo xiugustine Lynch, A. B., Yale, 
1899 ; Asst. House Surgeon, So- 



ciety Lying-in Hosp., N. Y., 1903- 
04 ; Interne, City Hosp., Black- 
well's Island, 1904-05. — Visit'g Sur- 
geon, Swedish Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Sanders Manning, S. B., Co- 
lumbian, 1899; Clinical Asst., 
The Emergency Hosp., Washing- 
ton, D. C, 1903-04; Ophthal- 
mology St. Luke's Hosp., and 
S. A. L. R. R., and Physician, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Watson Marshall, A. B., Princeton, 
1899. — Oto-Laryngol., St. Mar- 
garet Mem. Hosp., Pittsburg. 

Robert Talbott Miller, Jr., A. B., 
Amherst, 1899; Resident House 
Officer, and Asst. Res. and Res. 
Surg, and Instr. in Surg., 1903- 
09. — Surgeon, St. Francis' Hosp., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mary Elizabeth Morse, A. B , Gou- 
cher College, 1899 ; House Of- 
ficer, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Boston, 1903-04 • 
Resident Physician, Evening Disp' 
for Working Women, Bait., 1904- 
05 ; Asst. Physician, East. Mich. 
Asylum for the Insane, Pontiac, 
1905-06. — Act. Pathologist, Bos- 
ton State Hosp., Boston. 

Willis Bean Moulton, A. B., Bovv- 
doin, 1899 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1903-04. — Sec. Me. Med. 
Assn. ; Fellow, Amer. Acad. Med ; 
Instr. in Gynecol. Med. Sch. of 
Maine, Adj. Surg., Maine Gen'l 
Hosp., Asst. Surg., St. Barnabas 
Hosp., and Physician, Portland, 
Me. 

Harry Benjamin Neagle, A. B., Bow- 
dom, 1899.— Asst. Physician, The 
Loomis Sanatorium, Liberty, N Y 

Selden Irwin Rainforth, S. b' Cin- 
cinnati, 1899, and A. M., 1900; 
LL. B., N. Y. Law Sch., 1908 ; 
House Surgeon, Presby. Hospital, 
N Y., 1904-05.— Head of Dept. 
of Gynecol., Presbyterian Hosp. 
Disp. ; Attend. Dermatol., Vander- 
bilt Clinic, and Physician, N. Y. 

Theodore Foster Riggs, A. B., Beloit, 
1898 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903-04 ; Asst. Resident and 
Resident Surg., Union Prot. In- 
firmary, Baltimore, 1904-07 ; Grad. 
Student, Berlin, 1907-08 ; Private 
Asst. to Dr. Elting, Albany, N. 
Y., 1908.— Attend. Staff St. Mary's 
Hosp., Visit'g Surg. Onida Hosp., 
and Surg, Pierre, S. D. 

Benjamin Franklin Riley, Jr., S. B., 
Georgia, 1898. — County Physician, 
Surg. Georgia R. R., and Physi- 
cian, Thomson, Ga. 

George Canby Robinson, A. B., 1899 ; 
Asst. Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
Cornell, Ithaca, N. Y., 1903-04; 
Resident Pathologist, and Resi- 
dent Physician, Penna. Hosp., 
1904-08 ; Director Path. Lab. 
Presbyterian Hosp. and Physician, 
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Rockefeller Hosp., and Assoc, in 
Med., Rockefeller Institute, New 
York. 
Marvin Pierce Rucker, A. M., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1899 ; Virginia Med. 
Coll., 1899-00. — Demonstrator in 
Pathol, and Lect and Demonstra- 
tor in Embryol., Medical Coll. of 
Va., Jr. Attendant in Internal 
Med., Memorial Hosp. ; Surg. A. 
C. L. Ry. ; Secy. Chesterfield Co. 
Board of Health, and Physician, 
Manchester, Va. 
Ferdinand Schmitter, A. B., Union 
Coll., 1899 ; Instr. in Anatomy, 
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 
1903-05 ; First Lieut. Med. Corps, 
U. S. A., Fort Egbert, Alaska, 
1905-08.— Capt Med. Corps, U. 
S. A.. Fort Greble, Newport, R. I. 
Oscar Theodore Schultz, A. B., Indi- 
ana, 1897 ; Res. Pathologist, 
Charity Hosp., Cleveland ; Brook- 
lyn Inst. Biol. Lab. and Columbia 
Univ., N. Y., 1903-04; Demstr. 
and Instr. of Pathol, and Proto- 
zoology, Western Reserve Univ., 
Cleveland, 1904-08. —Asst. Prof. 
Pathol, ibid. 
Winford Henry Smith, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1899 ; Resident Gynecologist, 
The Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 
1903^05 ; Hosp. Physician, N. Y. 
Dept. of Health, 1905-06; Supt. 
the Hartford Hosp., Conn., 1906- 
09 ; Genl. Med. Supt. Dept. Bellevue 
and Allied Hospitals, New York, 
1909-11. — Supt. J. H. Hospital. 
Alexander Ravmond Stevens, A. B., 
1896 ; Resident House Officer, 
1903 - 04 ; Director Analytical 
Lab. of Fraser & Co., N. Y., 1904- 
05 ; House Surg., Presbyterian 
Hosp., N. Y., 1907 - 08.— Adjunct 
Attndg. G.-U. Surg., Bellevue 
Hosp., and Physician, N. Y. 
Catherine Hutchison Travis, A. B., 
McGill, 1895 ; Grad. Student, Har- 
vard Summer Sch., 1899 ; House 
Officer, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Boston, 1903-04 ; 
Pathol. New Britain Hosp., and 
Physician, New Britain, Conn. 
♦Frank Hosford Watson, S. B„ Wis- 
consin, 1899 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1903 - 04. — Chief Med. 
Clinic, Instr. and Lecturer in 
Clin. Med., Tulane Med. Sch. ; 
Visit. Physician, Charity Hosp., 
and Physician, New Orleans. (Died 
December 15, 1909, Milwaukee) . 
Charles Whittier Young, S. B., Univ. 
of Illinois, 1897; Resident House 
Officer, 1903-04.— Prof. Bacteriol. 
and Pathol., Union Med. Coll., 
and Med. Missionary, Peking, 
China. (49) 

1904 

Jay Harvey Bacon, S. B., Knox, 
1900; Pathologist, Lakeside Hos- 
pital, Cleveland, 1904-05. — Mbr. 
Staff, The Proctor Hosp. ; Phys. 



The Crittenden Home ; Ch'm'n. 
Educational Coram. Soc. Pre v. of 
Tuberculosis ; Surg., Peoria City 
R. R., and 111. Tract. System and 
Keystone Wire Fence Wks. ; Visit 
Phys. The Bacon Mission Disp., 
and Surg., Peoria, 111. 
Theodore Baker, A. B., Princeton, 

1900. — Physician, Pittsburg. 
Robert Bennett Bean, S. B., Va. 
Polytech. Inst., 1900 ; Assistant 
in Anatomy, 1904-05 ; Instr. in 
Anat., Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor, 
1905 - 06 ; Assoc. Prof. Anat. 
The Philippine Med. School, Ma- 
nila, 1907 - 10. — Assoc. Prof. 
Anat. Tulane Univ., New Orleans. 
Ruth Bennett (Mrs. L. S. Morgan), 
A. B., Illinois, 1899, and Graduate 
Student, 1899 ; Asst. Physician 
and Surg., Tsing Kiang pu Hosp., 
Tsing Kiang pu, Kiang Pu Prov., 
China, 1905 - 09. — Med. Mission- 
ary, Hai Chow via Chinkiang, 
China. 
John McFarland Bergland, S. B., 
Princeton, 1900 ; Interne in Ob- 
stetrics and Asst. Res. Obstet- 
rician, 1904-06 ; Asst. in Obstet., 
1906-12 ; Physician, Bait. 
Maurice Buford Bonta, A. B., Ky. 
Wesleyan, 1894 ; S. B., Michigan, 
1897 ; Resident House Officer, 
1904-05 ; Resident Gynecologist, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1905- 
06. — Asst. in Gynecol., Lakeside 
Hosp. Disp. ; Med. Insp'r Public 
Schs. and Physician, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Walter Vernon Brem, Jr., S. B., 
N. Carolina, 1896 ; Med. Dept., 
1898-00 ; Resident House Officer, 
1904-05 ; Phys. Ancon Hosp., 1905- 
07; Chief Med. Clin. Colon 
Hosp., Cristobal, C. Z.. 1907-11.— 
Prof. Pathol, and Bacteriol., Med. 
Dept. Univ. Calif., and Physician, 
Los Angeles. 
Julius Alexander Caldwell. Jr., S. B., 
N. Carolina, 1899 ; Med. Dept, 
1899-00, and Summer Sch., 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, and 
Asst. Res. Gynecol., 1904-06. — 
Physician, Salisbury, N. C. 
John Robert Carr, A. B., N. Caro- 
lina, 1899, Med. Dept, 1899- 
00, and Summer Sch., 1900 ; 
Resident House Officer and Asst. 
Res. Surg., 1904 - 06. — Physician, 
Detroit, Mich, 
DeWitt Bellinger Casler, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
Asst in Gynecol, and Asst. Res. 
Gynecol., 1904-08 ; Instr. in Gyne- 
col, and Res. Gynecologist, 1908- 
09. — Physician, Baltimore. 
Ralph Torrey Edwards, A. B., Knox, 
1897, and A. M., 1899; Bacteriol- 
ogist, Bureau of Science, Manila, 
P. I., 1905-08 ; Director, Gov't 
Serum Lab., Phrapatoom, Siam, 
190S-10. — Physician, Ceylon, Minn. 
Anfin Egdahl, S. B., Wisconsin, 
1900; Asst. Prof, of Pathol, and 



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Bacterid., Coll. of Med., State 
Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, 1904- 
08. — Physician, Menomonie, Wis. 

Harold Gould Garwood, S. B., Colo- 
rado, 1900, and Med. Dept., 1900- 
01 ; Resident House Officer, Min- 
nequa Hosp., Pueblo, Colo., 1904- 
05 ; Surg., Colo. Fuel and Iron 
Co.. Redstone, Colo., 1905-06 ; Sec. 
Boulder Co. Med. Soc, Res. Surg. 
Nat. Fuel. Co., Northern Coal and 
Coke Co., and Fox-Patterson Min- 
ing Co., Gorham, Colo., 1906-09. 
— Physician, Denver, Colo. 

Herbert Ziegler Giffin, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1900 ; Resident House Officer, 
1904-05 ; House Officer, Child's 
Hosp., Philadelphia, 1905-06. — 
Physician St. Mary's Hosp., 
Rochester, Minn. 

Harry Seliger Greenbaum, A. B,, 
1899: Student, Univ. of Berlin, 
1899-00. — Instr. in Medicine and 
Asst. Pnysician and Physician, 
Bait. 

Josephine Hemenway (Mrs. J. H. 
Kenyon) A. B., Pritchett Coll., 
1898 ; Bryn Mawr, 1899-00 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1904-05. — Res. 
Phvsician, Babies' Hosp., New 
York. 

•William Raphael Miles Kellogg, A. 
B., Adelbert, 1898 ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Seattle Gen. Hosp., 1904- 
05. — Assoc. Editor, Northwest 
Medicine; Secy. Wash. Assoc. Pre- 
vention and Relief of Tubercu- 
losis, City Bacteriol., Secy. Pul- 
monary Hosp., and Physician, 
Seattle, Wash. (Died October 14, 
1908.) 

Kenelm Julius Lee, S. B., Wisconsin, 
1900. — Physician, Fergus Falls, 
Minn. 

John Marion Love, A. B. and B. L., 
Hampden-Sidney. 1899 ; Grad. 
Student, 1899-00; Clin. Asst. 
Ophthalmology, Bait. Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hosp., 1904- 
06. — Clin. Asst. St. Vincent's 
Hosp. and Physician, Norfolk, Va. 

Wilfred Hamilton Manwaring, S. B., 
Michigan, 1895, Univ. of Chicago, 
Summer Qrs., 1899-03; Fellow 
and Asst. in Pathol., Chicago, 
1904-05 ; Assoc. Prof, of Pathol. 
Indiana, 1905-07 ; Fellow. Rocke- 
feller Institute, 1907-08 ; Asst. in 
Pathol., 1910. — 

Herman Weston Marshall, S. B., 
Mass. Institute Tech., 1897; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1904-05. — 
Phys., Boston, Mass. 

William Carpenter McCarty, S. B., 
Kentucky State, 1900, and M. S., 
1909 ; Pathol., Augusta Hosp., 
Berlin, 1904-06. — Surg. Pathol., 
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 

♦Ernest Clare McGouldrick, A. B., 
Yale, 1900. — Phvsician, Brewer, 
Me. (Died January 9, 1912.) 

Lorenzo Seymour Morgan, S. B., 
Knox, 1900 ; Asst. Physician and 
Surg., Tsingkiang pu Hosp., Tsing- 



kiang pu, Kiang Pu Prov., China. 
1905-09. — Med. Missionary, Hal 
Chow via Chinkiang, China. 

James Francis Morrison, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1900; Interne, Conn. State 
Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, 
1904 ; Interne, Kings Co. Hosp., 
1904-06 ; Asst. Physician Conn. 
Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, 
1906-08. — Neurol. Kings Co. 
Hosp. and Polhamus Mem. Clinic ; 
Visit. Phys. Brooklyn Home for 
Consumptives and Physician, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Norman Oscar Nelson, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Monroe St. Hosp., Chicago, 1904- 
1905. — Physician, Madison, Wis. 

James Henry Randolph, A. B., Fla. 
State Coll., 1900 ; Clinical Asst., 
The Sheppard and Enoch Pratt 
Hosp., Towson, 1904-05. — Asst. 
and Chief Phvsician, Fla. Hosp. 
for Insane, Chattahoochee, 1905- 
10. — Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Jewett Villeroy Reed, S. B., Ken- 
tucky State Coll., 1900; Resident 
House Officer, 1904-05. — Asst. 
Prof. Surg., Indiana Univ. Sch. of 
Med. and Asst. Consult. Surg. 
City Hosp., Indianapolis. 

Charles Mallory Remsen, A. B., 
1899, and Grad. Student, 1899- 
00 ; Resident House Officer, Asst. 
Res. Physician and Asst. Surg. 
Pathologist, 1904-10; Res. Surg, 
and Instr. in Surg, 1910-11.— Phy- 
sician, Atlanta, Ga. 

William Gray Ricker, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; House Surgeon, Montreal 
Gen. Hosp., Can., 1904-05 ; Vist'g 
Physician, The Littleton Hosp., 
and Physician, Wels River, Vt., 
1905-11. — Physician, St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. 

Esther Rosencrantz, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, Jr., 1899; Barnard Coll., 
1899-00; Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children, 
1905-06. — Clin. Asst., Out-Pat. 
Dpt. Brompton Hosp. for Con- 
sumption, etc., London, Eng., 
1906-07 ; Asst. Attend. Physi- 
cian, Tuberculosis Clinic, N. Y. 
Board of Health, 1907; Clin. 
Asst. P. G. Med. Sch. and Hosp., 
and Physician, N. Y., 1907,-09. 
(Europe.) 

Ernest Sachs, A. B., Harvard, 1900 ; 
Interne, The Mount Sinai Hosp., 
N. Y., 1904-05 : Grad. Stud. 
Berlin, 1907; Clin. Clk. Nat. 
Hosp. London and Sir Victor 
Horsley's Lab. Univ. Coll., 1908; 
Neurol. Surg. Montefiore Home, 
and Beth. Israel Hosp. Adj. Asst. 
Surg. Bellevue Hosp. and Chief 
Surg. Clinic. Out-Patient Dept., 
and Physician, N. Y„ 1908-10. 
— Assoc, in Surg. Washington 
Univ. Med. Sch., St. Louis, Mo. 

Orville Hickok Schell, A. B., Yale, 
1900; House Surg., The Mount 
Sinai Hosp., New York, 1904-07; 



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Med. Missionary Changsha, Hu- 
nan Prov., China, 1007-08. — 
Tliys., New Roohelle, N. Y. 

Harry Russell Stone, Ph. B., Conn., 
Wesleyan, 1899 ; Interne, Hudson 
St. Hospital, N. Y., 1904 - 05 ; 
House Physician and Surg., Pri- 
vate Patients' Bldg., N. Y. Hosp., 
1905-07 ; Deputy Attend. Phys. 
Hudson St. Hosp., 1909-10. — 
Physician, New York. 

Henry John Storrs, A. B., Amherst, 
1899 ; Interne, Asst. Res. Obstet- 
rician, Res. Obstetrician and As- 
sist, 1904-09.— Phys.-in-Charge, St. 
Louis Maternity Hosp. and Instr. 
Obstetrics and Gynecol., Washing- 
ton Univ., St. Louis. 

George Lane Taneyhill, Jr., A. B., 
1900 ; Externe, 1904-05 ; Asst. 
Physician and Asst. in Med., 1905- 
09. — Instr. in Neurol, and Phy- 
sician, Bait. 

Benjamin Taylor Terry, A. B., Van- 
derbilt, 1898, and A. M., 1900 ; 
Univ. Chicago, Summer Qrs., 1900, 
1902, and 1904 ; Univ. of Frei- 
burg, i. B., Summer 1901 ; Har- 
vard Med. School, Summer 1903 ; 
Fellow in Pathol., Chicago, 1904- 
05 ; Grad. Student, Univ. Mich., 
Summers 1905, 1908 and 1911 ; 
Grad. Student, Columbia Univ., 
1905-06 ; Univ. of Munich and 
Pasteur Institute, Paris, 1906- 
07 ; George Speyer Haus, Frank- 
furt, a. M., 1910 ; Fellow and 
Asst. Rockefeller Inst., 1906-10. 
— Assoc, in Protozoology, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Resch., 
N. Y. 

William Lawton Thompson, A. B., 
Bowdoin, 1899 ; House Surgeon, 
City Hosp., Worcester, Mass., 
1904-05 ; Surg. Soc. Lying-in 
Hosp., N. Y., 1905 - 06. — Dist. 
Physician, Boston Disp. and Asst. 
in Path, and Bact. and Instr. In 
Obstet., Tufts Coll. Med. Sen., 
Visit. Obstet., Mt. Sinai Hosp., 
and Physician, Boston. 

George Thomas Tyler, Jr., A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1896, and A. M., 
1897 ; Summer Sch., Columbian 
Univ., 1899 ; Interne, Union Prot. 
Infirmary, Bait, 1904-06; Con- 
tract Surg., U. S. A., Fort Porter, 
N. Y., 1909-10. — Physician, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

William Jerome Vogeler, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; Resident Physician, St. 
John's Riverside Hosp., Yonkers, 
N. Y., 1904-06; Interne, Nurs- 
ery and Child's Hosp., N etaoicm 
1906 - 07. — Attend. Phys., St. 
John's Riverside Hosp. and Sprain 
Ridge Hosp. for Tuberculosis, 
Clin. Asst. Vanderbilt Clinic, N. 
Y., and Physician, Yonkers, New 
York. 

Robert Glendenning Washburn, S. B., 
Wisconsin, 1900; Wise. Coll. P. 
and S., 3 900-01. — Dermatol. Mil- 
waukee Co., St. Mary's and 



Maternity Hospitals ; Assoc. Prof. 
Dermatol., Marquette Univ., and 
Physician, Milwaukee. 

Louis Schneider Weaver, A. B., la. 
Coll., 1899, and Yale, 1900 ; 
House Surg., It. I. Hosp., Provi- 
dence, 1904 - 06. — Staff. York 
•Hosp., and Penna. State Tubercu- 
losis Disp., and Physician, York, 
Pa. 

John Scott Willock, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1900 ; Resident Physician, 
Allegheny Gen. Hosp., Pa., 1904- 
05 ; Physician, Hampson & Smith, 
Railroad Contractors, Mexico, 
1907. — Waverly Oil Wks. Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Walter Scott Wilson, A. B., N. Ga. 
Agricult. Coll., 1880 ; A. M., Univ. 
of Ga., 1884 ; Grad. Student, 
1893-94, and Univ. of Chicago, 
1896 - 97. — Physician, Savannah, 
Georgia. 

Winfred Wilson, A. B., Weatherford 
Coll., 1900. — Physician and Surg., 
Wilson Sanitarium, Memphis, Tex. 
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1905 



Ronald Taylor Abercrombie, A. B., 
1901 ; Resident Physician, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1905-06. 
— Director of the Gymnasium, In- 
structor, School Hygiene, Summer 
School J. H. U., and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Clarence Allen Baer, B. L., Wiscon- 
sin, 1900, and S. B., 1901 ; Michi- 
gan, Summer of 1901 ; Graduate 
Student, Univ. of Paris. 1905- 
06 ; Asst. St. Louis Hospital, 
Paris, 1906-07 ; Externe in Der- 
matol., 1907. — Physician, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Leon Kahn Baldauf, A. B., 1901 ; 
Asst. Bender Hygienic Labora- 
tory, and Instr. Bact. and Pa- 
thol., Albany Med. Coll., Albany, 
N. Y., 1905-07. — Asst. City Pa- 
thol., St. Louis. 

Alice May Ballou (Mrs. George W. 
Eliot), Ph. B., Brown, 1900, and 
A. M., 1901 ; Interne, New Eng- 
land Hospital, Roxbury, 1905-06. 
— Weston., Mass. 

Khleber Heberden Beall, S. B. and 
M. S., Texas, 1899 ; Resident 
House Officer and Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician, 1905-07. — Assoc. Prof. Med. 
Ft. Worth Univ., Member Texas 
State Board Health, and Phy- 
sician, Fort Worth. 

Bertram Moses Bernheim, A. B., 
1901. — Asst. in Surgery, and Sur- 
geon, Bait. 

Kosciusko Walker Constantine, A. B., 
1901 ; Graduate Student, Vienna 
and London, 1905-07. — Ophthal. 
Surg., Birmingham, Ala. 

Calvin Duvall Cowles, Jr., A. B., 
Guilford Coll., 1900, and North 
Carolina, 1901 ; Interne in Ob- 



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stetrics, 1905-06. — Capt. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A., West Point, 
N. Y. 

William Dick Cutter, A. B., Yale, 
1899 ; Student, Univ. of Bern., 
1900 ; Interne. French Hospital, 
N. Y., 1905-06 ; Asst. Physician, 
Hosp. Dep. Copper Queen Con. 
Mining Co.. Bisbee, Ariz.. 1906- 
09. — Prof. Physiol. Univ. Ga., Au- 
gusta. 

Murray Snell Danforth, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1901: Interne, R. I. Hos- 
pital, Providence, 1906-08. — Asst. 
Surg., Dept. Ortho. Surg, and 
Asst. Pathol. Radiographic Work, 
R. I. Hosp. ; Asst. Ortho. O. P. D. 
Mass. Gen'l Hosp., and Physician, 
Providence. 

Otho Lee Dascombe, A. B., Bowdoin, 
1901 ; Resident Physician and 
Surg. Externe, Waltham Hos- 
pital, Mass., 1905 - 08. — Asst. 
Phys, iUd.; Visitg. Phys. Wal- 
tham Baby Hosp, and Physician, 
W T altham, Mass. 

Howard Irving Davenport, A. B., 
Hamilton, 1901, and A. M., 1904 : 
Instructor, Bacteriology and Path- 
ology, Syracuse Univ. Med. Sch., 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1905-06 ; Coun- 
ty Bacterid., Ont. Co. Lab., Can- 
andaigua, N. Y., 1906-09. — Phy 
sician and City Bacteriol., Au- 
burn, N. Y. 

Homer J. Davidson, S. B., Wabash 
1899, and A. M.. 1910; Resident 
Physician, Seattle General Hos- 
pital, Wash., 1905-06. — Asst. Med. 
Health Officer, and Physician, 
Seattle. 

Solon Arthur Dodds, Ph. B., W T es- 
leyan (Conn.), 1901; Interne in 
Obstetrics, and Asst. Res. Gyne- 
cologist, 1905 - 07 ; Physician, 
Salisbury, N. C, 1907-10.— Asst. 
in Obstetrics, and Physician, Bal- 
timore. 

Charles Edward Dowman, Jr., A. B., 
Emory, 1901 ; Student, Vander- 
bilt, 1901 ; Path. Inst. Charlotten- 
burg Krankenhaus, Berlin, 1905- 
06 ; Vol. Asst. Univ. Chirurg. 
Klin., Breslau, 1906-07 ; Clin. Clk., 
Nat. Hosp. for Paralytics and 
Epileptics, London, 1907. — Pathol. 
Hillman Hosp., Assoc. Pathol, and 
Bact., Birmingham Med. Coll. ; 
Surg. A. B. & A. R. R. and Sec. 
& Treas. Jeff. Co. Med. Soc, Chief 
Surg. O. P. D., St. Vincent's 
Hosp., and Surg., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

John Augustine English Evster, S. 
B., Maryland Agricultural, 1899 ; 
Graduate Student, 1899-01 ; Pel- 
low, Assistant, Instr. and Assoc, 
in Physiol., 1905-08 ; Prof, of 
Pharmacol., Univ. of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, 1908-10. — Prof. 
Physiol., Univ. Wis., Madison. 

Clifton Maupin Faris, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Junior, 1900 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1905-06 ; Asst., Dr. 



H. A. Kelly's Sanitarium (Bait.), 
1906 - 07. — Surgeon, Sacramento, 
Cal. 

Frederick Reynolds Ford, S. B., Col- 
gate, 1901 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1905-06; Pathol., St. Luke's 
Hosp., Deputy Health Officer and 
Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Allen Wier Freeman, S. B., Rich- 
mond, 1899 ; Graduate Student, 
1900-1901 ; Interne, Newark City 
Hospital, N. J., 1905-06. — Asst. 
Com. Health, State of Va., Rich- 
mond. 

Philip Kingsnorth Gilman, A. B.. Le- 
land Stanford Junior Univ., 1901 ; 
Assistant in Operative Surgery 
(H. L.), and Asst. Res. Surgeon, 
1905-07 ; Assoc. Prof, and Prof. 
Surg., Philippine Gen'l Hosp., 
1907-12. — Assoc. Prof. Pathol., Coll. 
Med. and Surg., Univ. of Philip- 
pines, Manila, P. I. 

Sarah Mabel Grier (Mrs. C. B. Lesh- 
er), A. B., Bucknell, 1901, and 
A. M., 1904 ; Resident Physician, 
Syracuse Hospital, N. Y., 1905- 
06. — Med. Missionary, Chaochow- 
fu, China. 

Edith Hale (Mrs. W. B. Swift), A. 
B., Radcliffe, 1901 ; Interne, New 
England Hospital, Roxbury, 1905- 
06 ; Grad. Student, Berlin, Ger., 
1908-10. — Asst. Attend. Phys. N. 
Eng. Hosp. and Disp. and Phy- 
sician, Boston. 

Francis Jenks Hall, A. B., Yale, 
1899 ; Interne, Methodist Episco- 
pal Hospital. Philadelphia, 1905- 
06. — Med. Missionary, and Instr. 
in Med., Union Med. Col., and 
Woman's Med. Coll., Peking, 
China. 

Julius Theodore Haller, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1901 ; Grad Student, Vienna, 
Austria, 1910. — Physician, Daven- 
port, la. 

Helen Hempsted, A. B., Allegheny 
Coll., 1900 ; Cornell, 1900-01 ; 
Interne, N. Y. Infirm., 1905-06 ; 
Asst. Physician, Babies' Hosp., N. 
Y., 1906 - 07. — Physician, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Thomas Norval Hepburn, A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1900, and A. M., 
1901 ; Interne, The Hartford Hos- 
pital, Conn., 1905-07. — Asst. Surg. 
Hartford Hosp., and Physician, 
Hartford. 

Reuben Paul Higgins, A. B., Cor- 
nell, 1902, and Medical Dept., 
1900-02. — Ophthalmol., Cortland 
Hosp., and Physician, Cortland, 
N. Y. 

Donald Russell Hooker, A. B., Yale, 
1899, and M. S., 1901 ; Graduate 
Student, Berlin, 1905-06; Asst. 
Instr. and Assoc, in Physiology, 
1906-10. — Associate Professor. 

Henry Spencer Houghton, Ph. B., 
Ohio State, 1901 ; Asst., Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Research, 
N. Y., 1905-06; Physician, Wuhu 



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Gen. Hosp., China, 1906-11. — 
Prof. Trop. Med., Harvard Med. 
Sch. of China, Shanghai. 

Henry Marshall Lankford, A. B., 
Western Maryland, 1901, and 
A. M., 1905 ; Supt. and Res. Surg. 
Evergreen PI. Hosp. Leavenworth, 
Kans., 1905-07.— Physician, Prin- 
cess Anne. 

George Bilton Lawson, A. M., Ra»- 
dolph-Macon, 1899 ; Resident Phy- 
sician, Kings Co. Hospital, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1905-07. — Physician, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Eugene Joseph Leopold, A. B., 1901, 
Graduate Student, Berlin ; "Vol- 
unteer" Stadisches Krankenhaus, 
Munich, and Grad. Student, Lon- 
don, 1905-07. — Physician, Jewish 
Hosp. for Consumptives, Asst. 
Phys. to Hebrew Hosp., Asst. Phy- 
sician and Asst. in Med., and 
Physician, Bait. 

David Marine, A. B., Western Mary- 
land, 1900; Graduate Student, 

1900 - 01 ; Resident Pathologist, 
The Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 
1905 - 06 ; Demonstr. Neuropath., 
1906. — Asst. Prof. Exp. Med., 
Western Reserve Univ., and Phy- 
sician, Cleveland. 

Henry Augustus Martelle, A. B 
Bovvdoin. 1901 ; House Officer) 
Hartford Hospital, Conn., 1905- 
07. — Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Archibald Leete McDonald, A. B., 
North Dakota, 1901 ; Asst. Prof, 
in charge of Anat., Univ. of North 
Dakota, and Physician, Grand 
Porks, 1905-11. — Physician, Du- 
luth, Minn. 

Arthur W T illiam Meyer, B. S., Wis- 
consin, 1898 ; Assistant and Instr. 
in Anatomy, 1905-07 ; Asst. Prof. 
Anat. Univ. of Minn., Minneapolis 
1907-08 ; Prof. Anat., N. W. Univ! 
Med. Sch., Chicago, 1908-09. — 
Prof. Human Anat. Stanford Jr. 
University, Stanford Univ., Cal. 

William Lorenzo Moss, S. B., Georgia 

1901 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Physician, J. H. Disp., ]905- 
07 ; Grad. Student, Berlin, 1907 ; 
Instr. in Med., in Charge Research 
Lab., Phipps Disp., 1908-10. — As- 
soc, in Med. and Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician. 

Eugene Bishop Mumford, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1901 ; Res. Physician, 
Children's Hosp., Boston, 1905- 
06 ; Interne, Governeur Hosp., 
N. Y., and Ship Surg. Booth 
Steamship Co., 1906-08. — Direc- 
tor, Bureau Con tag. Diseases, City 
Board Health ; Physician, Chil- 
dren's Aid Assem. ; Vistg. Pedia- 
trician, City Hosp. ; Asst. Clin. 
Pediatrics, Ind. Univ. Sch. Med., 
and Physician, Indianapolis. 

James Edgar Paullin, Jr., A. B., 
Mercer, 1900, and Graduate Stu- 
dent, 1900-01 ; Res. Pathologist, 
R. I. Hospital, Providence, 1905- 
06.— Asst. Prof. Pathol., At- 



lanta Coll. P. and S. ; Pathol. Ga. 
State Bd. Health. Asst. Visit*. 
Physician, Grady Hosp. and 
Pathol. Wesley Mem. Hosp. 

George Edward Rehberger, A. B., 
1901 ; Jr. Asst, Craig Colony for 
Epileptics, Sonyea, N. Y. ; 1905- 
09. — Physician, Everson, Wash. 

Edward Henderson Richardson, A. 
B., Hampden-Sidney, 1900; Grad- 
uate Student, J. H. U., 1900-01 ; 
Resident House Officer, Asst. Res. 
and Res. Gynecol, and Instr., 
1905-12. — Assoc, in Gynecol, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Charles Ricksher, S. B., Parsons 
Coll. (la.), 1901, M. S., 1905; 
Clin. Asst, Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hospital, Towson, 1905- 
06 ; Student Munich and Zurich, 
1906-07 ; Asst. Physician, Dan- 
vers State Hosp., Hathorne, Mass., 
1907-10 ; Chief of Clinic, Neurol. 
Institute, N. Y. City, 1910-11.— 
Asst. in Clinical Psychiatry, Man- 
hattan State Hosp., Ward's Is- 
land, N. Y. 

Martin Phillip Rindlaub, Jr., B. 
L., Wisconsin, 1896; Chicago, 
1897 and 1900; Berlin, 1900-01. 
— Oculist, Fargo, N. D. 

Francis Peyton Rous, A. B., 1900; 
Resident House Officer, 1905-06; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Mich., 
Ann Arbor. 1906-08.— Assoc. Mem- 
ber in Pathol, and Bact. The 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Re- 
search, N. Y. 

Oscar Menderson Schloss, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1901 ; Resident 
Phvsician Kings Co. Hospital, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1905-07; Res. 
Physician, Nursery and Child's 
Hosp., N. Y., 1907-08. — Asst. 
Attend. Pediatrist, N. Y. Nursery 
and Child's Hosp., and Asst At- 
tend. Phys., Willard Parker and 
Riverside Hospitals ; Instr. in 
Pediatrics, Univ. and Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll. and Physician, 
N. Y. 

Robert Barnard Slocum, Ph . B., 
Rochester, 1900, and Graduate 
Student, 1900-01 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1905-06; Supt. Walker 
Mem. Hosp., Wilmington, 1906- 
08. — Physician, Wilmington, N. C. 

Lewis Frederick Smead, A. B., Woos- 
ter, 1901 ; Summer School, Wis- 
consin, 1901 ; Senior Resident 
Physician, Union Protestant In- 
firmary, Baltimore. 1905 - 07. — 
Surg., St. Vincent's Hosp., and 
Physician, Toledo, O. 

Charles Walter Stone, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1901, and A. 
M., 1904 ; Interne and Res. Phys. 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 1905- 
08 ; D'mn'r in Med. West. Re- 
serve, 1908 ; Grad. Student, Ber- 
lin, Paris, London, 1908-09; 
Instr. Nerv. Diseases, Western 
Reserve, 1909, and Lect. and Asst. 
Prof, of Nervous Diseases, 1910- 



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12. — Visit. Neurol. Cleveland City 
Hosp. ; Physician-in-charge Disp. 
for Nervous Diseases, and Visit. 
Neurol., Lakeside Hosp. ; Visit. 
Pathol., Huron Road Hosp., and 
Physician, Cleveland. 

Caroline Benson Towles, A. B., 
Woman's College of Baltimore, 
1893 ; Graduate Student, Prague, 
1905-06. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Douglas Vander Hoof, B. L., Dart- 
mouth, 1901, and A. M. (Hon.), 
1907 ; Resident House Officer, 
1905-06. — Prof. Phys. Diag., Med. 
Coll. of Va., Attend. Phys., Mem. 
Hosp. ; Consult. Phys., Johnston 
Hosp., and Physician, Richmond, 
Va. 

George Hoyt Whipple, A. B., Yale, 
1900 ; Assistant and Assoc, in 
Pathology and Asst. Res. Pathol., 
1905-10 ; Pathologist, Ancon Hosp., 
C. Z., 1907-08. — Assoc. Prof, of 
Pathol, and Resident Pathologist. 

Harry Isaac Wiel, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Junior, 1900 ; Student, 
Harvard, 1901 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1905-06. — Asst. in Med., 
San Francisco Polyclinic, and Mt. 
Zion Hosp., and Physician, San 
Francisco. 

Hiram LaMont Ybutz, Ph. B., Brown, 
1900, and A. M., 1901 ; Member 
of Staff, Moline City Hosp., Lect. 
Anat. City Hosp., Sec. Rock 
Island Co. Med. Soc, and Physi- 
cian, Moline, 111., 1905-08. — Phy- 
sician, Willow City, N. D. 



Lawrence Joseph Rhea, S. B., Texas, 
1901. — 1st Asst. in Pathol., City 
Hosp., Boston ; Instr. in Pathol., 
Harvard. (Degree conferred Feb- 
ruary 22, 1906.) 

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1906 

Henry Adsit, A. B., Princeton, 1902 ; 
Non-resident Surgeon, St. James 
Hosp., Hornells, N. Y. — Surgeon, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank C. Ainley, S. B., Drake, 1902 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1906- 
07 ; House Physician, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1907-08 ; Asst. 
Res. Obstetrician, 1908-09 ; Asst. 
in Obstet. and Res. Obstetrician, 
1909-10. — Physician, Los Angeles. 

Vivia Belle Appleton, A. B., Cornell, 
1901, and Med Dept., 1901-02 ; 
Interne, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, and Grad. Student, 
Harvard, 1906-07 ; Graduate Stu- 
dent, London and Berlin, 1907- 
09 ; Interne Babies' Hosp., New 
York, 1909-11. — Europe. 

Frederic Wolcott Bancroft, A. B., 
Leland Stanford Jr., 1902, In- 
terne, The Roosevelt Hos., N. Y., 
1906-08; Interne, The Sloane 
Maternity Hosp., N. Y., 1908- 
09.— Asst. Surg. O. P. D., Pres- 
byterian Hiosp. ; Deputy Surg. O. 



P. D., N. Y. Hosp.; Clin. Asst, 
G. U., Vanderbilt Clinic ; 1st Lieut. 
Med. Res. Corps, U. S. A., and 
Physician, New York. 

Herschel Winston Bass, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1901, and M. 
S., 1902 ; Graduate Student, Ber- 
lin, 1906-07. — Physician, Gadsden, 
Ala. 

Francis Cooke Beall, S. B., Texas, 
1902 ; Resident House Officer, 
1906-07. — Prof. Anat. Med. Dept., 
Ft. Worth Univ., and Surg., Ft 
Worth, Tex. 

Edward Bailey Beasley, A. B., 1902 i 
Dr. P. H., Harvard, 1911 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, The Leigh Hosp.,. 
Norfolk, Va., 1906; Interne, Wil- 
lard Parker Hosp. (N. Y. Health? 
Dept.), and Asst. Surg. Woman's 
Hosp., N. Y., 1907. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Henry Beeuwkes, A. B., 1902. — 
House Physician and Surg., Hud- 
son St. Hosp., N. Y., 1906-07; 
House Surg., N. Y. Hosp., 1907- 
09. — First Lieut. Army Med. 
Corps, Ft. Jay, Governor's Is., 
New York. 

Julian Raymond Blackman, A. B., 
Nebraska, 1902 ; Assistant in 
Physiol., Wisconsin, Madison, 1906- 
08; Pathol, and Surg. Asst., St. 
Mary's Hosp., Oshkosh, Wis., 

1908 ; PathoL, St. Vincent's Hosp., 
Green Bay, Wis. ; Physician, 
Hastings, Neb., 1908-09 ; Asst. 
Res. Gynecologist, 1909-10. — Asst. 
Dr. Kelly's Private Hosp., Balti- 
more. 

Phoebe May Bogart (Mrs. Van 
Voast), A. B., Wellesley, 1902; 
Interne Woman's Hosp., Detroit, 
until Jan., 1907 ; Interne, Syra- 
cuse Hosp., N. Y., 1907-08. — Asst. 
Children's Div. Presbyterian Hosp. 
Disp. ; Phys. Milk Sta., N. Y. Diet 
Kitchen Assn., and Physician, New 
York 

Edwards Bennett Brown, A. B., Be- 
loit, 1901 ; Wis. Coll. P. and S., 
1901-03. — Physician, Beloit, Wis- 
consin. 

Louis Herbert Burlingham, A. B., 
Yale, 1902 ; Med. House Officer, 
Mass. Genl. Hosp., 1906-07; Asst. 
Res. Phys., Mass. Gen. Hosp., Bos- 
ton, 1907-11. — Asst. Administra- 
tor, ibid. 

Charles Metcalfe Byrnes, S. B., 
North Carolina, 1902 ; Adj. Prof, 
of Anatomy, Virginia, Charlottes- 
ville, 1906-09. — Instr. in Neu- 
rology, and Physician, Baltimore. 

John Roberts Caulk, A. B., St. 
John's, 1901 ; Georgetown, 1901- 
02 ; Interne and 2nd Asst. Res. 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1906- 
07; Asst. Res. Surg. J. H. H., 
1908-09 ; Asst. to Dr. Young, 

1909 - 10. — Instr. G. - U. Surg., 
Washg. University, Editor Inter- 
state Med. Jour, and Surgeon, St. 
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Franklin H. Church, A. B., Hamil- 
ton, 1902, and A. M., 1905 ; In- 
terne, Utica General Hosp., 1906- 
07. — Asst. Gynecol. Utica Genl. 
Hosp., Pathol. St. Elizabeth's 
Hosp., Deputy Health Olhcer and 
Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Oren Howard Cobb, A. B., Harvard, 
1902 ; Clin. Asst. Med., N. Y. P.-G. 
Hosp., 1906-07 ; Med. Inspect. 
Div. Child Hygiene, Dept. Health, 
N. Y., 1907-08 ; Res. Phys., N. Y. 
State Hosp. for Care of Crippled 
and Deformed Children, W. Haver- 
straw, N. Y., 1909-12. — Supt. 
Syracuse State Inst, for Feeble- 
minded Children, Syracuse. 

T. Homer Coffen, S. B., Penn., 1901, 
and M. S., 1905. — Instr. Clin- 
Pathol. ; Asst. in Med., Cornell 
Univ. Med. Coll. ; Asst. Visit. 
Phys., Bellevue Hosp., O. P. D., 
Asst. Visit. Phys. and Instr. in 
Medicine, the N. Y. Post-Gradu- 
ate Hospital and Med. Sch., and 
Physician, N. Y. 

Herbert Phalon Cole, A. B., St. Law- 
rence, 1901 ; Student of Medicine, 
Minn., 1901-02. — Assoc. Prof. Gyne- 
col. Univ. Ala., and Gynecol., City 
Hosp. and Mobile Infirm., and 
Surgeon, Mobile. 

Egerton Lafayette Crispin. Ph. B., 
Illinois, 1902 ; Res. Pathol, and 
Physician, Penn. Hosp., Phila., 
1906-10.— Physician, Santa Moni- 
ca, Cal. 

Ernest Samuel Cross, A. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1901 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1906-07 ; Res. and Asst. 
Attend. Physician, Telfair Hosp., 
Savannah, Ga., 1908 - 09 ; Med. 
Dir. and Chief of Staff, ibid, 1910. 
— Physician-in-charge, Aiken Cot- 
tage Sanatorium, and Physician, 
Aiken, S. C. 

Victor Francis Cullen, A. B., Rock 
Hill, 1902, A. M., 1906; Res. Sur- 
geon, St. Joseph's Hosp., Balti- 
more, 1906-08. — Supt. Md. Tu- 
berculosis Sanatorium, State Sana- 
torium. 

Gaston Day, S. B., Florida State, 
1902; The New York Lying-in 
Hosp. (until Nov., 1906) ; House 
Surgeon, St. John's Riverside 
Hosp., Yonkers, N. Y., 1906-07. 
— Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Richard Nixon Duffy, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1906-07. — Physician, New 
Bern, N. C. 

Francis Fisher Ebersole, A. B. Cor- 
nell Coll., 1902 ; Interne, King's 
Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906- 
08. — Physician, Mt. Vernon, la. 

Eugene Price Gray, A. B. t North 
Carolina, 1902 ; Interne, James 
Walker Memorial Hosp., Wilming- 
ton, N. C, 1906-07.— Physician, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Herbert Lee Gray, A. B., Colby, 
1902 ; Interne, Lying-in Hosp., N. 
Y. (4 mos.) ; Interne, Kingston 



Ave. Hosp., Dept. of Health, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906-07. — Dep- 
uty Surg., N. Y. Hosp. ; Clin. Asst. 
G.-U. Dept. N. Y. Polyclinic Hosp. ; 
Chief Clin. G.-U. Diseases, Demilt 
Disp., and Physician, N. Y. 

Franklin Webb Griffith, A. B., West- 
ern Maryland, 1902, and A. M., 
1905 ; Externe in Gynecology, 
1906-07 ; Asst. Resident and Act. 
Res. Gynecologist, 1907-11. — Surg. 
to Biltmore Hosp. and Surg., 
Asheville, N. C. 

Arthur Heywood Griswold, A. B. f 
Harvard, 1902 ; Interne, The 
Hartford Hospital, Conn., 1906- 

08. — Physician, Hartford Tub. 
Disp., Asst Pathol, and Bact. 
Hartford Hosp. and Phys., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Henry Honeyman Hazen, A. B., 
1902 ; Externe in Dermatol. ; 
Chief Clinic, Freedman's Hosp., 
and Instr. Clin. Micpy., Howard 
Med. Sch., 1906-09 ; Visit. Der- 
matol., Freedman's Hosp., 1910- 
11. — Asst. in Dermatol., J. H. U. ; 
Clin. Prof. Dermatol., Howard 
Univ., and Physician, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Henry Frederick Helmholz, S. B., 
Wis., 1902 ; Summer Quarter, 
Chicago, 1902; Fellow in Pathol- 
ogy, 1906-1907 ; Voluntar Asst. 
Children's Clinic, Berlin, 1907- 

09. — Asst. Prof. Pediatrics, 
Rush Med. Coll. ; Resch. Asst. 
Otho. S. A. Sprague Mem. Inst. ; 
Attend. Phys. St. Joseph and 
Child. Hospitals; Med. Dir. Infant 
Welfare Soc, and Physician, 
Chicago. 

Charles William Hennington, S. B. ( 
Rochester, 1902 ; Res. House Offi- 
cer, and Asst. in Surg. Path., 
1906-OS. — Surg. O. P. D. Roches- 
ter Gen. Hosp. and Rochester 
State Hosp. Assoc. ; Editor Buf- 
falo Med. Journal, and Surgeon, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Minerva Herrinton, A. B., Cornell, 
la., 1900 ; Graduate Student, Lewis 
Inst. (Chicago), 1902; Physician, 
Evening Dispensary for Women 
and Children, Baltimore, 1906- 
OS. — Physician, Phila. 

Joseph Henry Hewitt, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1899, and Med. Dept., 
1901-02 ; Harvard Summer 1902 ; 
iRes. Pathologist, Charitv Hosp., 
Cleveland, O., 1906-08 ; Dem'nst'r 
Pathol. Univ. Minn., 1909-10; 
Pathol. Ga. State Sanitarium, 
Milledgeville, 1910-11. — Chicago. 

Frank Hinman, A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr., 1902. — City Bacteriol., 
and Physician, Spokane, Wash. 

Josephine Drummond Hunt. A. B., 
Kentucky, 1899, and A. M., 1902 ; 
Interne, Hospital for Women and 
Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 1906- 
07 ; Summer Interne, Babies' 
Hosp., N. Y., 1909.— Obstetrician, 
Good Samaritan Hosp., and Phy- 



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sician to House of Mercy, Clin. 
Asst. Tub. Disp. and Physician, 
Lexington, Ky. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, A. B., St. 
John's, 1902 ; and A. M., 1906 ; 
Interne, Church Home and Infirm- 
ary, Bait., 1906-07 ; Res. Surg., 
Lakeside Hosp., 1907-08. — Phy- 
sician, Bait. 

Clarence B. Ingraham, Jr., Ph. B., 
Yale, 1902 ; Interne in Obstetrics, 
1906-07 ; Asst. Dr. Kelly's Sani- 
tarium, Baltimore, 1907-09. — 
Instr. in Obstetrics, Univ. of Colo. ; 
Obstet., St. Luke's Hosp. ; Gyn., 
Mercy Hosp. ; Med. Reserve Corps, 
U. S. A., land Physician, Denver, Col. 

Lawrence Lee Iseman, Ph. B., La- 
fayette, 1902 ; Senior Resident, 
Kensington Hosp. for Women, 
Phila., 1906-08. — Clin. Asst. in 
Surg., N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. ; 
Asst. Surg. 111. Cent. R. R., and 
Physician, Chicago. 

William Pinney Kellam, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1902. — Physician, 
Onley, Va. 

Eugene Robert Kelley, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1902 ; Interne, Carney Hosp., 
Boston, 1906-07. — Asst. State 
Comm. Health, and Physician, 
Seattle, Wash. 

John Hendricken King, A. B., 1899; 
and Grad. Student, 1899-02; 
Vol. Asst. and Asst. in Med., 1906- 
08; Instr. in Pathology, 1908- 
10. — Associate. 

Mary Barker Kingsbury, A. B., Wel- 
lesley, 1899 ; Harvard Summer 
School, 1899 ; Interne, The Babies' 
Hosp., New York, 1906-07.— 
Physician, Pottsville, Pa. 

Wilhelm Edmund Harmon Krecht- 
ing, A. B., Princeton, 1902 ; Asst. 
House Surg., N. Y. Lying-in Hosp., 
1906-07. — House Surg. J. Hood 
Wright Mem. Hosp., N. Y. 

Harry Leslie Langnecker, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford, Jr., 1901 ; Res. 
House Officer, 1906 - 07 ; Orth. 
House Officer, Mass. Gcnl. Hosp., 
1908 ; Asst. Orthoped. Surg. Mass. 
Genl. Hosp., 1909-11. — Asst. Res. 
Phys., ibid, and Physician, Cam- 
bridge. 

Andre Edward Lee, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, Jr., 1902 ; Passed Asst. 
Surgeon, U. S. N., Mare Island 
Hoso., Calif., 1906-07; Naval 
Hospital, Canacao, P. I., 1907- 
08; Cruising Asiastic Sta., 1909; 
Mare Is. Hosp., Cal., 1910; P. A. 
Surg., U. S. N., Navy Recruit'g. 
Sta., Buffalo, N. Y., 1910-12.— 
Surgeon, Amer. Legation, Peking, 
China. 

Joseph Stocking Lewis, A. B., Cani- 
sius, 1902 ; Graduate Student, 
Cornell, Summer, 1902 ; Interne, 
German Hospital, N. Y., 1906- 
09. — Asst. Surg. Children's Hosp., 
and Attend. Gynecol., Buffalo 
Sister of Charity Hosp., and 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 



David Israel Macht, A. B., 1902; 
Harvard Summer Sch., 1903, 1904 
and 1905 ; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. 
Dandau, Berlin, and Graduate 
work in Europe, 1906-07; Ex- 
terne, Med. and Phipps Dispen- 
saries, 1908-09 ; Asst. in Gynecol. 
Hebrew Hos., 1908-10. — Gynecol. 
Jewish Hosp. for Consumptives ; 
Asst. in Medicine, Coroner N. W. 
Dist. and Physician, Baltimore. 

George Marsden, Ph. B., Brown, 
1900. — Physician, New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Enoch Marvin Mason, S. B., Ala- 
bama Polytechnic, 1900, and M. 
S., 1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
1906-07; Ala. State Bact. and 
Pathol. 1908-11.— Phys. St. Vin- 
cent's Hosp. Clinic, and Jeff. Co. 
Anti-Tubercul. Assn., Pathol. Hill- 
man Hosp. and Physician, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Can R. Meloy, A. B., Wittenberg, 
1902, and A. M., 1905 ; Instructor 
in Pathol., Univ. of Virginia, 
1906-07 ; Asst ; in Pathol, and 
Asst. Resident Pathol., and Pa- 
thol. City Detention Hosp., Bay 
View, 1907-08; Adj. Prof. Pa- 
thol., Univ. of Va., Charlottesville, 
1908-10. — Pathol, and Director of 
Laby. Detroit Gen. Hosp. and 
Physician, Detroit, Mich. 

Robert Emory Moore, A. B., 1902 ; 
Interne, King's Co. Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1906-08.— Asst. Visit 
Surg., Samaritan Hosp. and King's 
Co. Hosp. and Allied Hospitals of 
Brooklyn, and Physician, Brook- 
lyn ; Clin. Asst. G.-U. Diseases, L. 
I. Coll. Hosp. 

Arthur Henry Morse, A. B., Tufts, 
1902 ; Harvard Medical Sch., 
Summer of 1903 ; Res. Pathol., 
R. I. Gen., Providence, 1906-07; 
Asst. Res. Obstetrician, 1907- 
08 ; Asst. Res. Surg., U. P. 
Infirm., 1908-09; Asst. Res. Ob- 
stet., 1909-10; Res. Obstetrician 
and Instr. in Obstetrics 1910-11. 
— Res. Surg. U. P. Infirmary. 

Agnes Gordon Murdoch, A. B., 
Woman's Coll. of Balto., 1902; 
Interne, New Eng. Hosp., Rox- 
bury, Mass., 1906-07. — Med. Mis- 
sionary, Hwai Yuen via Nanking, 
China. 

Marie Eleanor Nast (Mrs. W. B. 
Wherry), A. B. Woman's Coll. of 
Balto., 1902 ; Chicago, 1902-03. 
— Cincinnati, O. 

John Francis Ortschild, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr., 1899 ; Asst. in 
Operative Surgery (H. L.), 1906- 
07; Asst. Res. Surg., 1907-08. 
— Portland, Ore. 

Robert Patek, S. B., California, 
1901 ; Interne City and Co. Hosp. 
S. F. 1906^07. — Asst. Surg., 
Emergency Hosp., and Physician, 
San Francisco. 

Isaac Rosenbaum Pels, A. B., 1902 ; 
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1906-07 ; Externe in Medicine, 
1907; Interne, U. P. 1., 1908; 
Externe in Surgery, 1908-09.— 
Surg. Out-Pat. Dept. Hebrew 
Hosp., Asst. in Dermatol, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Damon Beckett Pfeiffer, A. B. t 
Princeton, 1902 ; Interne, The 
German Hosp., Phila., 1906-09. 
Pathol., German Hosp. ; Director, 
Clin. Lab., Presbyterian Hosp. ; 
Instr. Surg. Univ. of Penna. ; 
Asst. Surg. Univ. Hosp. and Out- 
patient Dept. German Hosp., and 
Physician, Philadelphia. 

Benjamin Swayne Putts, A. B., 
1902 ; Res. Physician, Allegheny 
General Hosp., Pa., 1906-07; 
Physician, Mass. State Sana- 
torium, Rutland, 1907-08 ; Deputy 
Med. Director, Penna. State So. 
Mt. Sanatorium, Mont Alto Pa., 
1909-11. — Physician, Erie, Pa. 

Ralph R. Rea, S. B., Iowa State, 
1899. — Physician, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

Francis Hamilton Redewill, S. B., 
California, 1902 ; Interne, M. E. 
Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906-07; 
Asst. Surg. Ft. Bayard, N. M., 
1907-08; Student, Paris, 1910- 
11 ; Asst. Chief. Surg. Randolph 
R. R. Lines; Phys. & Surg.. 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

Richard Frederic Lot Ridgway, A. 
B., Princeton, 1898, and A. M., 
1902; Res. Physician Harrisburg 
Hospital, Pa., 1906-07. — Disp. 
Surg, and Anaesthetist, Harris- 
burg Hosp., and Physician, Har- 
rishurg. 

Henry Camp Russ, A. B., Yale, 1902 ; 
Res. Pathologist, The Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, O., 1906-07 ; 
Asst. Supt., ibid., 1907-08. — 
Physician in chg. Lab. Charter 
Oak Private Hosp., Asst. Pathol. 
Hartford Hosp., and Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Harold Payne Sawyer, S. B., Ala- 
bama, 1902; Asst. in Pathol., 
Bender Hygienic Lab. and Instr. 
in Pathol, and Bacterid., Albany 
Med. Coll., N. Y., 1906-08; 
Instr. Pathol. Univ. and Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Sch., 1908-09. — Asst. 
Pathol. Samaritan Hosp., Pathol. 
Leonard Hosp., Instr. in Clin. 
Micpy., Albany Medical Coll., and 
Physician, Troy, N. Y. 

Edwin Henry Schorer, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1902 ; Dr. P. H., Harvard, 
1912 ; Rockefeller Inst, for Med. 
Research, N. Y., 1906-07; Instr. 
in Pathol, and Bacteriol., Univ. 
of Missouri, Columbia, 1907-08 ; 
Asst. Prof. Parasitology and Hy- 
giene, ibid., 1908-09 ; Asst. Prof. 
Bact. and Path. Univ. of Kansas, 
Lawrence, 1909-10 ; Special Inves- 
tigator, Dept. Preventive Med. and 
Hygiene, Harvard Med. Sch., Bos- 
ton, 1910-12. — Pediatrist, Kansas 
City, Mo. 



♦Lamar Seeley, A. B., Williams, 
1902. — Interne, St. Luke's Hosp., 
New York, 1906-07. 

Ralph Berger Seem, Ph. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1902 ; Senior Res. Physician, 
St. Luke's Hosp., South Bethle- 
hem, Pa., 1906-08 ; Supt. J. 
Walker Mem. Hosp., Wilmington, 
N. C. — Bethlehem, Pa. 

Frank Joseph Sladen, A. B., Yale, 
1902 ; Resident House Officer and 
Asst. Res. Physician in Charge 
Med. Bacteriol. Lab., Asst. in 
Med., 1906-08 ; Instr. in Med. 
and Asst. Res. Physician, 1908- 
10. — Assoc, in Med. and Res. 
Physician and Med. Adviser to 
the Students. 

Harry Gordon Sloan, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1902 ; Res. 
Surg., The Lakeside Hospital, 
Cleveland, 1906 - 09. — Demonstr. 
Surg. Physiol. West. Res. Med. 
Dept. and Physician, Cleveland. 

Harvey Brinton Stone, A. B., 1902; 
Res. House Officer, 1906-07 ; Ad- 
junct. Prof, of Surg., Univ of Vir- 
ginia, Charlottesville, 1907-10. — 
Assoc. Prof. Surg., Bait. Med. 
Coll.. and Surgeon, Bait. 

Solomon Strouse, A. B., 1902 ; Res. 
House Officer, 1906-07 ; Physician, 
O. P. D. Hebrew Hosp., 1907-09. 
— Assoc. Attend. Phys., Michael 
Rees Hosp. ; Asst Director, Morris 
Inst, for Med. Research, and Phy- 
sician, Chicago. 

Henry Clarke Thacher, A. B., Yale, 
1902, M. S., 1904, and Med. Dept., 
1902 - 03 ; House Officer, Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y., 1906-08 ; Dr. 
Thayer's Asst. J. H. H., 1909- 
10. — Instr. in Med., Columbia 
Univ., N. Y. ; Asst. Visit. Phys., 
Seton Hosp. ; Attend. Phys., Van- 
derbilt Clinic and Lincoln Home., 
and Physician, N. Y. 

Philip Pickering Thompson, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1902; Med. Sch. of 
Maine, 1902-03; Interne, Car- 
ney Hospital, Boston, 1906-07. — 
Dmnstr. Anat. Med. Sch. of Me., 
Assoc. Editor, Me. Med. Jour., and 
Physician, Portland. 

Harry Norton Torrey, S. B., Knox, 
1900; Med. Dept., Mich., 1901- 
05, and A. M., 1905; Rocke- 
feller Fellow, Univ. of Mich. 
Summer of 1906. — Physician, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Willis Willard Waite, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1902 ; Pathological In- 
terne, City Hospital, Blackwell's 
Island, N. Y., 1906-07; Bac- 
teriol, N. Y. City Dept. Health, 
1907, Bureau of Health and St. 
Joseph's Hosp., and Physician, 
Syracuse, N. Y. — Dir. El Paso 
Med. Lab., El Paso, Texas. 

Harold Randall Webb, A. B., Bow- 
doin, 1902 ; Resident Physician, 
City Hosp., Waltham, Mass, 1906- 
08. — Physician, Arlington, Mass. 



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George Howard White, Jr., A. B., 
Princeton, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1906-07 ; Pathol., Gen- 
eral Hosp., and Physician, Char- 
leston, W. Va. 

Frederick Pet'heram Wilbur, A. B., 
Williams, 1902; Interne, City 
Hosp., Blackwell's Island, N. Y., 
1906-07. — Physician, Franklin Fur- 
nace, N. J. 

Nannie Lee Winn, A. B., Woman's 
Coll. of Balto., 1900.— Physician, 
Clayton, Ala. 

John Arthur Winter, A. B., Michi- 
gan, 1902 ; Interne, The Lakeside 
Hospital, Cleveland, 1906 - 07 ; 
Physician and Surg., Calumet and 
Hecla Mining Co. Hosp., Calumet, 
Mich., 1907-08; Grad. Student in 
Eurooe, 1908-09 ; House Surgeon 
111. Charitable Eye & Ear Infirm- 
ary, Chicago, 1909-10. — Physician, 
Duluth, Minn. 

Gilman Joseph Winthrop, A. B., 
Univ. of the South, 1902; In- 
terne, Gouverneur Hosp., New 
York, 1906 - 08. — Dmnstr. Surg, 
and Pathol., Univ. of Ala., and 
Surgeon, Mobile. 

Benjamin Edgar Wolfort, S. B., 
Pennsylvania, 1902. and Med. 
Dept, 1901-02 ; Interne, Kings- 
ton Av. Hospital, Brooklyn, 1906- 
07 ; Interne, Jewish Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1907-08.— Asst. Ortho- 
pedic Surg., Jewisih Hosp. ; Surg, 
East N. Y. and Jewish Hosp. Dis- 
pensaries, and Physician, Brook- 
lyn. 

Samuel Wolman, A. B., 1902. — Instr. 
in Med. and Asst. Physician and 
Phvsician, Baltimore. 

Peregrine Wroth, Jr., A. B., 1902 ; 
Res. Physician, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Bait., 1906-08. — Sur- 
geon, Hagerstown, Md. 



Persis Rosamond Straight, A. B., 
Smith, 1902. — Physician, Brad- 
ford, Pa. {Degree granted Nov. 5, 
1906). 

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1907 

Merle Theron Adkins, S. B., Beloit, 
1903 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, 1907 - 08. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Francis Merriman Barnes, Jr., A. 
B., Hamilton, 1903; A. M., 1906; 
Asst. Phys. and Director Clin. 
Lab., Sheppard and Pratt Hos- 
pital, Towson, 1907-10. — Senior 
Asst. Physician, Gov. Hosp. for 
Insane, Washington, D. C. 

Albert Henry Beifeld, A. B., Har- 
vard, 1902; Interne, Michael 
Reese Hospital, Chicago, 1907- 
09. — Asso. Attend. Phys., Michael 
Reese Hosp., and Physician, 
Chicago. 

Edward Grant Birge, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1903; Bacteriologist, Back 



River Disposal Wks., Colgate, 
Baltimore, 1907-11. — Asst. Bac- 
teriol. Penna. R. R. Co., Altoona, 
Pa. 

Montague Laffitte Boyd, Ph. B., 
Emory, 1903 ; Interne, Walker 
Mem. Hospital, Wilmington, N. C, 
1907-08; Private Asst. to Dr. 
H. H. Young, 1908-09 ; Asst. Res. 
Surg. J. H. H., 1909-10.— Clin. 
G. U. Asst., Atlanta Coll. P. & S. 
Andrologist, Wesley Mem. Hosp., 
G. U. Surg. Moore Mem. Clinic, 
and Surgeon, Atlanta. 

Leverett Dale Bristol, S. B., Wes- 
leyan (Conn.), 1903; Interne, 
Hartford Hosp., Conn, (summers), 
1905-06; Instr. in Pathol, and 
Bacteriol., Coll. of Med., Syracuse 
Univ., N. Y., 1907-08; Physi- 
cian, St. Paul Free Med. Disp. ; 
Assoc. Phys. Univ. Hosp. and 
Clin. Asst. Med. Univ. Minn. ; Med. 
Director, St. Paul Anti-Tub. Com. ; 
Secy. Clin. Sec. Nat. Assn. Study 
and Prevention of Tuberculosis, 
and Physician, St. Paul, Minn., 
1908-12. — Asst. Prof. Bact. and 
Direct. Bact. Lab., Syracuse Univ., 
N. Y. 

Chester Timothy Brown, S. B., Rut- 
gers, 1903; Interne, N. Y. City 
Hospital, 1907 - 08. — Physician, 
East Orange, N. J. 

Wade Hampton Brown, S. B., Nash- 
ville, 1899; Chicago, 1902-03; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirm- 
ary, Bait, (until Sept. 1, '07) ; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Vir- 
ginia, Charlottesville, 1907 - 08 ; 
Instr. in Pathol., Univ. of Wis- 
consin, Madison. 1908-10 ; Asst. 
Prof. Pathol., ibid., 1910-11.— 
Prof. Histol. and Pathol. Univ. of 
N. C, Chapel Hill. 

Frederick Dabney Bullock, S. B., 
Ky. State Coll., 1899; Interne, 
German Hosp., N. Y., 1907-08. — 
Asst. Pathol., R. I. Genl. Hosp., 
Providence. 

Edward Kimball Burbeck, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1903. — Phys., Salem, 



Charles Burnside, Ph. B., Iowa Coll., 
1903 ; Interne, Passavant Mem. 
Hospital, Chicago, 1907 - 08.—^ 
Physician, Des Moines, la. 

Waid Edwin Carson, A. B., Ohio 
Wesleyan, 1900 ; Spg. and Sum- 
mer Qrs., Chicago, 1903; Res. 
Phys., Allegheny Genl. Hosp., 
Pgh., 1907-08.— Physician, Pitts- 
burgh. 

James H. Chesnutt, A. B., Virginia, 
1903 : Resident House Officer, 1907- 
08. — Physician, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Eliot Round Clark, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Asst. and Instr. in Anat- 
omy, 1907-10. — Associate. 

Paul Wiswall Clough, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1903 ; Resident House Officer, 
1907 - 08 ; Asst. and Instr. in 
Med. and Asst. Res. Physician, 



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1908-11.— -Instr. in Med. in 
Chg. of Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic 
and Asst. Res. Phys. 

Edwin Charles Cort, A. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1901. and A. 
M., 1904; Student, West. Penna. 
Med. Coll., 1901-03 ; Externe in 
Medicine, 1907 - 08. — Med. Mis- 
sionary, Lakawn, Siam. 

Fred Yohn Cronk, S. B., St. John's, 
1903, and A. M., 1907; Interne, 
Lakeside IIosp., Cleveland, 1907- 
09 ; lies. Surg., St. Agnes' IIosp., 
Bait., 1909-10.— Surg.-in-Chief, M. 
B. IIosp., Guthrie, Okla. 

Robert Law Cunningham, A. B., 
Wabash, 1901 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-08 ; Instr. Physiol, 
and P.-C. Univ. of Calif., 1909- 
10 ; Res. Phys., Barlow Sana- 
torium, 1908-11 ; Instr. in Med. 
and Physical Diag., Univ. of Cal., 
1910-12. — Attend. Phys. Barlow 
San'm and L. A. Co. Hosp. ; Chief 
Med. Dept. Selwyn Emmet Graves 
Disp. Med. Dept. Univ. Cal., and 
Physician, Los Angeles. 

Cline Flemming Davidson, S. B., 
W abash, 1900; Illinois, 1901- 
03; Res. House Officer, 1907- 
08; Asst. Instr. Physiol., State 
Univ., Wash., 1908-09. — Chief 
City Med. Inspector, Pathol. City 
Hosp., and Physician, Seattle, Wash. 

Paul Herman Dernehl, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1903 ; Volun. Asst. Ros- 
tock, Germany, 1907-08 ; Asst. 
Ophthal. Clinic, Strassburg, 1908- 
09. — Physician, Milwaukee. 

William Wirt Dinsmore, S. B. Ala. 
Polytechnic, 1903. — Physician, De- 
catur, Ala. 

Alphonse Raymond Doehez, A. B 
1903; Rockefeller Student in 
Path. Physiol., J. H. U., 1908; 
Fellow in Path. Rock. Inst, for 
Med. Res., 1909-10; Bacteriol. 
the Hosp. of the Rockefeller Inst, 
for Med. Research, N. Y., 1911. — 
Asst. Res. Physician, ibid. 

Robert Weyer Dunlap, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1903 ; In- 
terne, West Penna. Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, 1907-08. — Med. Mission- 
ary, Amer. Presbyterian Mission, j 
Wei Hsien, Shantung Prov., China. ! 

Dan Hughes DuPree, S. B., Georgia, i 
1903. — Grad. Student, Vienna, ! 
1911 ; Exam. Phys. State Tb. 
Sanitarium, and Physician, Ath- ! 
ens, Ga. 

Willis Dew Gatch, A. B., Indiana ' 
1901 ; Resident House Officer, ! 
1907-08; Asst. Res. Surgeon 
and Asst. in Surgery, 1908-11. 
—Prof, of Surgery, Med. Sch. 
Univ. of Ind., Indianapolis. 

Henry Graber, A. B., Ursinus, 1903 ; J 
Res. and Chf. Res. Phys., Presbv- ! 
terian Hosp., Philadelphia, ] 907- ' 
10. — Physician, Royersford, Pa. 

Inslee Blair Greene, Ph. B., Yale, ' 
1902 ; Interne, M. E. Hosp., ' 



Brooklyn, N. v., 1907-08; lies 

Physician, Seattle Municipal JJosp' 
1909.— Physician, Seattle, Wash' 

Clyde Graeme Guthrie, A. B. La- 
fayette, 1903; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-08. — Instr. in Med 
In charge Clin. Lab. and Asst 
Kes. Physician. 

Milton Hahn, A. B., Harvard, 1903 ; 
Interne, Mt. Sinai IIosp., New 
York, 1907-09. — Vlsltg. and At- 
tend. Pediatrician, Freedman'g 
Hosp. and Geo. Washington's 
Univ. Disp. ; Instr. in Pediatrics, 
Geo. Washington's Univ. and Phy- 
sician, Washington, D. C. 

Aleck Perkins Harrison. A. B., Fla. 
State Coll., 1899 ; Res. Physician, 
St. Agnes' Hosp., Bait., 1907-08; 
Res. Physician, "Camp Green- 
brier," Alderson, W. Va. (Summer 
of 1908) ; Private Physician, 
abroad, Summer, 1909 ; Phys. 
and Pathol., Springfield State 
Hosp., Md., 1909-10; Asst. Med. 
Director "The N. W. Mutual Life 
Ins. Co. of Milwaukee ;" Physi- 
cian, Milwaukee, 1910-11. — Phy- 
sician, Madison, Ind. 

Franklin Hazlehurst, Jr., A. B., 
1903 ; Act. Res. House Officer and 
Externe in Medicine, 1907 - 08 ; 
Volun. Asst. Ear Clinic, Univ. of 
Strassburg, 1909-10. — Laryn. and 
Otol., Robt. Garrett Hosp. for 
Children and Asst. in Throat and 
Nose, and Physician, Bait. 

Ralph Wellington Hellenbrand, A. 
B. f Bowdoin, 1903. — Res. Surg. 
New York Hosp., N. Y. 

Elizabeth Singley Hellweg, A. B., 
Woman's Coll. (Bait.), 1899.— 
Asst. Phys. Manhat. State Hosp., 
Wards Is., N. Y. 

Gladys Rowena Henry, S. B.. Ne- 
braska, 1900 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-08 ; Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician, 1908-09. — Chicago, Illinois. 

George Julius Heuer, S. B., Wiscon- 
sin. 1903 ; Resident House Officer 
and Asst. Res. Surg., 1907-11.— 
Res. Surg, and Instr. in Surg. 

Eben Clayton Hill, A. B., 1903; 
Graduate Student, Freiburg, Sum- 
mer, 1904, 1906 ; Res. Phys. Camp 
Champlain, Burlington, Vt., 1907- 
08 ; Asst. in Anatomy, 1907-08 ; 
1st Lieut. Med. Reserve Corps, 
1908 - 09 ; Graduate, Army Med. 
Sch., 1909; 1st Lieut. 1909-11 — 
Captain, Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Fort Porter, N. Y. 

Charles Lane Hincher, S. B., Roches- 
ter, 1903 ; Interne, Park Ave. 
Hosp., Rochester, N. Y., 1907- 
08. — Physician, Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Gardner Hopkins. A. B.. Co- 
lumbia, 1902 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-08,; Bacteriol., St. 
Luke's Hosp., 1910; Pathol., 
Sloane Maternity Hosp.. 1910-12. 
— Asst. in Clin. Pathol., Colum- 
bia Univ., N. Y. 



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Herbert Lester Kelley, A. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1903. — Passed Asst. Sur- 
geon, U. S. Navy, U. S. Navy 
Yard, Mare Is., Cal. 

Allen Kramer Krause, A. B., Brown, 
1901, and A. M., 1902, and Grad- 
uate Student, 1902-03 ; Asst. and 
Instr. in Pathol., 1907-09.— Asst. 
Saranac Lab. for Study of Tuber- 
culosis, Saranac Lake. 

Sally Porter Law (Mrs. Alexius 
McGlannan), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1903. — Baltimore. 

Bethuel Boyd Vincent Lyon, A. B., 
Williams, 1903 ; Res. Physician, 
German Hospital, Phila., 1907- 
09 ; Dmnr. in Med., Jeff. Med. 
Sen., 1909-10. — Pathol. Metho- 
dist Hosp. ; Asst. Pathol. German 
Hosp. ; Asst. Ihys. Med. Disp., 
Univ. Penna., and Physician, 
Philadelphia. 

Perry William McLaughlin, A. B., 
Pennsylvania Coll., 1903. — Physi- 
cian, Newville, Pa. 

Edward Fall Malone, A. B., Vander- 
bilt, 1903 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard- 
Pratt Hosp., Towson, 1907 ; Stu- 
dent, Berlin, Germany, 1907-10. 
— Asst. Prof, of Anat., Univ. of 
Cincinnati, O. 

Norris Gray Orchard. S. B., Fargo 
Coll., 1903 ; Interne, Rochester 
Genl. Hosp., Rochester, N. Y., 
1907-08. — Member Jr. Med. Staff, 
Rochester Gen. Hosp. ; Asst. Chief- 
of-Staff, Infants' Summer Hosp., 
and Physician, Rochester. 

Fred Thomas Owens, A. B., Hamil- 
ton, 1903, A. M., 1906; House 
Phvsician City Hospital, N. Y., 
1907-08.— Surg, to Genl. and St. 
Elizabeth's Hospitals : Physician 
to Tb. Disp., and Physician, Utica, 
N. Y. 

Charles Benjamin Palmer, A. B., 
Harvard, 1901 ; Med. Interne, 
Manhattan State Hosp. (6 mos.), 
Interne, N. Y. Post Graduate Hos- 
pital, 1908-10 ; Physician, Las 
Chispas Mine, Sonora, Mexico, 
1910-11. — Physician, Phoenix, Ariz. 

William Turner Parsons, A. B., 
1903.— Sr. Res. Bait. Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hosp., Bait. 

William Otto Panli, A. B., Cincin- 
nati, 1902; Asst. Biol., 1902-03; 
Resident House Officer, 1907-08. — 
Instr. Obstet. : Dmnstr. in Clin. 
Mispy., Ohio-Miami Med. Coll., 
and Physician, Cincinnati. 

George Peirce, A. B., Haverford, 
1903 ; Resident Physician, Dr. 
Grenfell's Hospital, St. Anthony, 
Newfoundland, 1907; Res. Physi- 
cian, Penna. Hosp., Phila., 1908- 
09. — Graduate Student, Berlin, 
Germany. 

Eugene Leo Pessango, A. B., 1903 ; 
Interne, St. Joseph's Hosp., 1907- 
1908 ; Asst. in Med., 1908-09.— 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Harry Ward Plaggemeyer, A. B., 
1903 ; Interne, King's County 



Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-09 ; 
Res. Surg., St. Mary's Hosp. for 
Children, N. Y., 1909-10.— Asst. 
Res. Surg. G. U. Dept., J. H. H. 

Paul Preble, A. B., Bowdoin, 1903; 
Res. Surg., St. Agnes' Hosp., Balti- 
more, 1907-08. — Asst. Surg., U. 
S. P. H. & M. H. S. Chief Mis- 
cellaneous Div., Bureau P. H. & 
M. H. S., Washington, D. C. 

Alexander Randall, A. B., St. John's, 
1902 ; and M. A., 1907 ; Graduate 
Student, 1902-03; Interne, Ger- 
man Hospital, Philadelphia, 1908- 
09 ; Asst. to Dr. Young, Bait., 
1909-10; Asst. Res. Surg., 1910- 
11. — Asst. Pathol., Children's 
Hosp. ; Asst. Surg., G.-U. Disp., 
U. of Pa., and Physician, Phila. 

Daniel Pattee Ray, A. B., Dickinson, 
1903, A. ML, 1908 ; Res. Physician, 
McKeesport Hospital, Pa., and 
West. Penna. Hosp., Pittsburg, 
1907 - 08. — Pathol. and Asst! 
Visit. Phys., Conemaugh Valley 
Mem. Hosp., and Physician, Johns- 
town, Pa. 

Clarence Adair Rhodes, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1903; Interne, St. 
Vincent's Hospital, N. Y., 1907- 
08 ; Interne, Willard Parker Hosp. 
(3 mos.) ; Res. Phys., N. Y. 
Foundling Hosp., 1909-10; House 
Phys. (St. John's Guild), Sea 
Side Hosp., New Dorp, S. I., N. 
Y., 1910-11.— Adj. Prof. Med. & 
Thera., Atlanta Coll. P. & S., and 
Physician-in-Chief, Wesley House 
Free Clinic for Children ; Phy- 
sician-in-Chief, Florence Home for 
Children ; Attend. Phys. City 
Hosp. Contagious Diseases, Flor- 
ence Crittenden Home, and Phy- 
sician, Atlanta, Ga. 

Charles Woodward Riley, A. B., 
1903 ; Interne, The Woman's 
Hosp. of the State of N. Y., N. 
Y. City, 1907-OS; Interne, River- 
side Hosp.. N. Y., and Kingston 
Ave. Hosp., Brooklyn, 1908-09. — 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Mary Jane Ross, A. B., Cornell, 
1898, and Ph. D., 1902 ; Woman's 
Med. Coll. of Penna., 1898-99; A. 
M., Pennsylvania, 1900 ; Interne, 
The Babies' Hospital, New York, 
June-Oct., 1907; Res. Pathol., St. 
Luke's Hosp., New Bedford, Mass., 
1907 - 09. — Physician, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

Edgar Poe Sandrock, A. B., 1903 ; 
Res. Physician, St. Agnes' Hosp., 
Bait., 1907-09; Res. Phys., "Camp 
Greenbrier," Alderson, W. Va. 
( Summer) , 1909. — Differentiator, 
J. H. Disp., and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

Hiram Sibley Schumacher, Ph. B., 
Rochester, 1903 ; House Officer, 
Rochester Homeopathic Hosp., N. 
Y., 1907-08.— Med. Dispen., Roch- 
ester Homeo. Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Rochester. 



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Raymond Brown Scofleld, S. B., 
Rochester, 1902; Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Pub. Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, Stapleton, S. I., N. Y., 
1907-09 ; Asst. and House Surg. 
J. Hood Wright, Mem. Hosp., N. 
Y., 1908-09.— Med. and San'y Ad- 
visor Riverdale Health League, 
N. Y. C. ; Phys. Yonkers Tub. 
Hosp. & Disp. ; Asst. Phys., Sher- 
man Mem. Disp., and Physician, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Will Farquhar Shallenberger, A. B., 
Washington and Jefferson, 1903, 
and A. M., 1912 ; Res. House Of- 
ficer, 1907-08 ; Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician, 1908-09 ; Asst. Res. Gyne- 
cologist, 1909-10 ; Res. Surg. Hosp. 
for Women of Md., 1910-11. — 
Chief Cystoscopic Clin. Flor. Crit- 
tenden Home ; Consult. Gyn., 
Hosp. Nerv. Dis. ; Gyn., Moore 
Mem. Presby. Free. Disp. and 
Clinic ; Asst. in Clin. Gyn. and 
Obstet, Atlanta Coll. P. & S., and 
Gynecologist, Atlanta, Ga. 

George Arthur Smith, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Interne, The Hartford 
Hosp., 1907-08.— Physician, Step- 
wey, Conn. 

Joseph Tate Smith, Jr., A. B., 1905 ; 
Res. House Officer and Asst. Res. 
Obstetrician, 1907-09 ; Res. Gyne- 
col., Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland, 
1909 - 10. — Clin. Asst. in Gyn. 
West. Reserve, and Physician, 
Cleveland. 

Charles Granville Souder, S. B., 
Ohio State, 1903. — Pathol., St. 
Vincent Hosp., and Physician, 
Toledo, O. 

Charles Henry Stubenrauch, A. B., 
1903 ; Asst. Res. Physician, Church 
Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1907-08 ; Asst. in Med., 1908-10. — 
Physician, Havana, 111. 

Charles Henry Turkington, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1903; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn., 1908-09. — Physician, 
Litchfield, Conn. 

Percy Theodore Watson, A. B., 
Carleton, 1903 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1907-08. — Med. Mission- 
ary, ^Ten-chofu, Shansi, China. 

William Henderson White, A. B., 
Dickinson, 1903 ; Interne, Pater- 
son General Hospital, N. J., 1907- 
08 ; Interne, Riverside Contagi- 
ous Hosp., North Bros. Is., N. Y., 
1908-09 ; Hosp. Phys.., N. Y. 
City Board of Health, Otisville 
Sanatorium, Otisvile, N. Y. 

Milton Charles Winternitz. A. B., 
1903; Fellow Asst. and Instr. in 
Pathol, 1907-10. — Assoc, in Pa- 
thology and Asst. Res. Patholo- 
gist; Pathol., Bay View. 



George Burton Gilbert, A. B., Yale, 
1903 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. 
(Mar. to June), 1908; Res. Phys. 
Cragmor Sanatorium, Colorado 
Spgs., 1909-10. — Director Webb 



Tb. Research Lab. ; Visit. Phys. 
Sunnycrest Sanatorium, and Phy- 
sician, Colo. Spg.s., Colo. (De- 
gree granted Feby. 22, 1908.) 

George W. Hartman S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1903 ; Res. Physician, The 
French Hosp., N. Y., 1907 - 08 ; 
House Surg., Flushing Uosp., 
Flushing, N. Y., 1908 - 09. —Phy- 
sician, San Francisco, Cai. (De- 
gree granted February 22, 1008.) 

Carroll Dunham Partridge, S. B., 
Vermont, 1900 ; Instr., Chicago 
Summer qrs., 1904-05 ; Asst. 
Cornell, 1900 - 02 ; Carnegie Re- 
search Asst. in Organic Chem., 
1907-08; Pathol., Thos. Wilson 
Sanitarium, Md., 1907-08 ; Pa- 
thol., State Infirmary, Tewksbury, 
Mass., 1908-10 ; Path. House Of- 
ficer, Albany Hosp. and Asst. in 
Path.. Albanv Med. Sch., Albany, 
N. Y., 1910-11. — Prof. Pathol 
and Ract, Univ. Ga. Med. Coll., 
Augusta. {Degree granted Feby. 
22, 1908). 

Clarence Albert Shore, S. B., North 
Carolina, 1901, M. S., 1902, and 
Med. Dept., 1903-04. — Director 
State Lab. Hygiene, Raleigh, N. C. 
(Degree granted January 6, 1908 ) 

Lucius Tuttle, A. B., Yale, 1901 ; 
Microscopist Univ. Hosp. Disp., 
1907-09 ; Asst. Dmnr. Pathol., 
Univ. of Penna., 1908 - 10. — 
Dmnr. Phvsiol., Jefferson Med. 
Coll. and Physician, Philadelphia. 
(Degree granted April 1, 1907.) 

Udo Julius Wile, A. B., Columbia, 
1904, and Med. Dept., 1903-04; 
Vol. Asst. Dermatol. Clinic, Ber- 
lin, 1908-09; Chief Clinic in 
Dermatol, and Syphilis, Beth 
Israel Hosp. ; Attend. Dermatol. 
Hebrew Infant Asylum ; Instr. 
Dermatol, and Syph. P. G. Med. 
Sch. and Hosp., and Physician, N. 
Y., 1909-12.— Prof. Dermatol, and 
Syphiol., Univ. Mich., Ann Ar- 
bor. (Degree granted January 
6, 1908). 

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1908 

Solomon J. Appelbaum, A, B., 
Rochester, 1904 ; Interne, West. 
Penna. Hosp., Pittsburgh, 1908- 
09. — Asst. Phys. Genl. Hosp., and 
Physician, Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Robson Bromwell Branch, 
A. B., 1904 ; Res. House Officer, 
1908-09 ; Med. Supt., The Mecon 
Hosp., Macon, Ga., 1909-10.— 
Attend. Gynecol, to Macon Hosp. 
and Physician, Macon, Ga. 

Addison Gorgas Brenizer, Jr., A. B., 
North Carolina, 1904 ; Krebs Inst., 
Heidelberg, Summer 1907 ; In- 
terne, Univ. of Heidelberg, Ger- 
many, 1908-09; Res. Surgeon in 
charge Amer. Hosp., Paris. 1909- 
11. — Surgeon, Charlotte, N. C. 

James Stewart Brotherhood, S. B. f 
Dartmouth, 1904 ; Res. House 



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Officer, 1908-09; Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician and Asst. in Med., 1909- 
10 ; Res. Physician, Sydenham 
Hosp., Bait., 1910-11.— Res. Phys. 
Wash. Univ. Hosp., and Asst. in 
Med. Washg. Univ., St. Louis. Mo. 

Carl Herbert Bryant, Ph. B., Yale, 
1904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1908-09. — Physician, In- 
dependence, Mo. 

Jonathan Edward Burns, Jr., A. B. t 
Virginia, 1904 ; Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1908 - 09. — Phvsician, Wheeling, 
W. Va. 

Christian Frederick Carstens, A. B., 
Lake Forest, 1901 ; Interne, City 
Hospital, N. Y., 1908-09. — Phy- 
sician, Keewatin, Minn. 

Ralph DeBallard Clarke, A. B., N. 
Y. Univ., 1904; Interne, Post- 
Grad. Hosp., N. Y., 1908-10; 
House Phys. Home for Convales. 
Babies, Sea Cliff, L. I., N. Y., 
1910-11 ; Res. Surg. Nances Cay 
Hosp., Bocas del Toro R. de 
Panama, 1911-12. — Physician, West 
Haven, Ct. 

Jean Valjean Cooke, A. B., West 
Virginia, 1903, and Yale, 1904 ; 
Harvard Med. Sch. (Summer), 
1906; Instr. Pathol., Univ. and 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Sch., N. Y., 
1908-10 ; Res. Pathol. Penna. 
Hosp., Phila., 1910-11 ; Instr. 
Pathol., Tulane Univ., and Jr. 
Pathol., Touro Infirm, New Or- 
leans, La., 1911-12.— Prof. Pathol, 
and Dir. Lab. Animal Exp., Univ. 
of Calif., and Pathol., Univ. Hosp., 
San Francisco. 

Edward Vincent Coolahan, A. B., 
Rock Hill, 1903.— Res. Phys., St. 
Vincent's Hosp., N. Y. 

Frederick Aloysius Coughlin, A. B., 
Brown, 1904. — Interne, City Hosp., 
Boston. 

Samuel James Crowe, A. B., Georgia, 
1904; Assistant in Surgery (H. 
L.), 1908-09; Asst. Res. Surg, and 
Asst. in Surg., 1909-12. — Assoc, in 
Surg. 

Edward Adams Deming, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1904; Interne, N. Y. Health 
Dept. to Jan. 1, 1909; Interne, 
Hartford Hosp., Conn., 1909-10. 
— Physician, Hartford. 

*Henry Strong Denison, A. B., Cor- 
nell, 1905 ; Interne, Mass. Gen. 
Hosp., Boston, 1908 - 09. — Direc- 
tor, St. Luke's Hosp. Lab. ; Instr. 
in Med., Univ. of Colo., and Phy- 
sician, Denver. (Died August 24, 

William Reuben S. Denner, A. B., 
Penna. Coll., 1904, and A. M., 
1907 ; Interne, West. Penna. 
Hosp., Pittsburg, 1908-09 ; Asst. 
in Clin. Pathology, Univ. Pitts- 
burgh, 1909-10; Res. Pathol., St. 
Francis' Hosp., Pittsburgh, 1910- 
12. — Physician, Manchester, Md. 

Herman Ferdinand Derge, A. B., 
'Wisconsin, 1904; Resident House 



Officer, 1908-09.— Physician, Eau 
Claire, Wis. 

Robert Uriel Drinkard, S. B., Vir- 
ginia Polytech., 1904. — Interne, 
Nursery and Child's Hosp., N. Y. 

William Waddell Duke, Ph. B., Yale, 
1904 ; Res. House Officer, Mass. 
Gen. Hosp., Boston, 1908-10 ; 
Grad. Student, Vienna and Tu- 
bingen, 1910-11. — Physician, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Herbert McLean Evans, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1904 ; Med. Dept, 1904- 
05 ; Assistant Instr. and Assoc, 
in Anatomy, 1908-12. — Associate 
Professor. 

James Thomas Flanagan, A. B. f Mt. 
St. Mary's, 1903, and A. M., 
1905; Grad. Student, 1903-04; 
Interne, Kings Co. Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1908-10.— Adj. Vis. 
Obstet., Kings Co. Hosp. ; Clin. 
Asst. Surg. L. I. Coll. Hosp., and 
Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Richard Frow, A. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1904 ; Grad. Student, Wis- 
consin, Summer 1905 ; Interne, 
Wilkes-Barre City Hosp., Pa., 
1908-09. — Asst. Surg. Southern 
Branch Natl. Home for Disabled 
Volun. Soldiers, Natl. Soldiers 
Home, Va. 

Ralph Ottomar Fuerbringer, A. B., 
1904 ; Res. House Officer, 1908- 
09; Asst. Surg. Clinic, Univ. of 
Marburg, 1910-11. — Asst. Surg. 
Clin. Univ. Koenigsberg. 

Randolph Macon Grimm, A. B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon, 1902, and A. M., 
1903 ; Bacterid., State Lab. Hy- 
giene, Raleigh, N. C. (Oct., 1908). 
—Asst. Surg., U. S. P. H. 
& M.-H. Service, Savannah, Ga. 

William Edward Grove, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1904 ; Instr. in Pharma- 
col., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 
1908-09 ; Res. Phys., Clifton Spgs. 
Sanitarium, N. Y., 1909-11. — 
Student in Berlin. 

Frederick Fretageot Gundrum, A. B., 
Leland Stanford, 1903; Res. 
House Officer, 1908-09 ; Dmnr. 
in Anat, Univ. of Pittsburgh, and 
Res. Surg., St. Francis' Hosp., 
Pittsburgh, 1909 - 10. — Consult. 
Phvs. Sacramento Co. Hosp. ; Dir. 
N. "Calif. Bch. State Hygienic Dab. 
and Phys., Sacramento, Cal. 

Sylvan Lewis Haas, S. B., California, 
1904 ; Res. Pathologist, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland, 1908-10; In- 
terne, Lane Hosp.. 1909-10.— Phy- 
sician, San Francisco, Cal. 

Frederic Moir Hanes, A. B., North 
Carolina, 1903; A. M., Harvard, 
1904 ; Student, Leipzig and Frei- 
burg, 1905-Ofi ; Res. House Officer, 
1908-09 ; Assoc, in Pathol., Coll. 
P. & S., Columbia, and Assoc. Vis. 
Pathol. Presbyterian Hosp., N. 
Y., 1912-13. — Asst. Res. Phys., 
Rockefeller Hosp., N. Y. 

Henrv Hanson, A. B., So. Dakota, 
1902 ; Asst. Chem. Lab., 1902- 



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04 ; Asst. Supt. and Pathologist, 
Milwaukee Co. Hosp., Wauwatosa, 
Pathol. Trinity Hosp. and Assoc. 
Prof. Pathol., Milwaukee Med. 
Sch., Wis., 1908-09; Prof. Clin. 
Micpy. Wis. Coll. P. & S., 1909.— 
Director, Bact. Lab. State Board 
of Health, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Paul Wilberforce Harrison, A. B., 
Nebraska, 1905. and Med. Dent., 
1903-05 ; Interne, Mass. Gen. 
Hosp., Boston, 1908 - 09. — Med. 
Missionary, Kuwait, Arabia, via 
Bombay. 

William Harry Higgins, A. B., Cen- 
tral (Ky.), 1904; Interne, Alle- 
gheny Gen. Hosp., Pa., and Res. 
House Officer, 1908-09 ; Asst. 
Res., Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. 
Y., 1909-11.— Instr. in Pract. of 
Med., Univ. Coll. of Med. ; Attend. 
Phys., Hygeia Hosp., and Phy- 
sician, Richmond, Va. 

Miner Clifford Hill, S. B., Princeton, 
1904; Instr. in Pathol., N. Y. 
Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Sch., N. Y., 1908-09; Interne, 
St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y., 1909-10. 
Res. Pediatrist. Bellevue Hosp., 
and Physician, N. Y. 

Charles Augustus LaMont, A. B., 
Yale, 1905 ; Interne, Hudson St. 
Hosp., N. Y., 1908-10.— Pathol. 
Aultman Hosp. and Physician, 
Canton, O. 

Wilbur Leslie LeCron, A. B., 1904, 
Student, Leipzig and Freiburg, 
1905-06: Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1908-10. — Pathol, and Res. 
Surg., Columbia Hosp., and Surg., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Edward Emanuel Lindeman, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1905 ; Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Pub. Health and Marine Hosp. 
Service, N. Y. (3 mos.) ; Asst. in 
Pharmacol., Univ. Mich., Ann 
Arbor, 1908-09 ; Director, Tampa 
Lab. State Board Health. Fla.. 
1909-10.— House Officer, Children's 
Hosp., Boston. 

Janvier Whitton Lindsay, A. B., Co- 
lumbia, 1904 ; Interne and Chief 
Res. Phys., Garfield Mem. Hosp., 
Washington, D. C, 1908-12. — 
Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Harry Walter Masenhimer, A. B., 
St. John's, 1904 ; Interne, Pres- 
byterian Hosp., Pittsburg, 1908- 
09. — Res. Surg., Lakeside Hosp., 
Cleveland. 

Charles Henry May, A. B., Penna. 
Coll., 1904 ; Resident Physician, 
Presbyterian Hosp., Pittsburg, 
1908-09. — Physician, York, Pa. 

Robert William Bainbridge Mayo, 
A. B., Maryland Agricult., 1903, 
and M. S., 1904 ; Supt. Gulf Coast 
Sanatorium, Miss., 1909-10 ; Asst. 
lies. Church Home & Inf'y, 1910- 
11 ; Res. Surg. Hosp. for Women 
of Md., 1911-12.— Physician, Bal- 
timore. 



James Alphonsus McCann. Ph. H., 
Brown, 1904 ; Interne, ii. J. r;en. 
Hosp., Providence, 1907-00; Phy- 
sician, Providence. 

Roy Donaldson McClure, A. B., Ohio 
state, 1904; Grad. Student, 
Prague, 190G ; Hou.se Surg., New 
York Hosp., N. Y., 1909-12.— 
Asst. Res. Surg, and Asst. in 
Surg. 

Patrick Joseph McDonnell, Ph. B., 
Wesleyan (Ct), 1904; Interne, 
King's Co. Hosp. (to Oct. 15, 
1908) ; Interne, Providence Hos- 
pital, Washington, D. C. (to Mar. 
1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Manhattan 
Maternity Hosp., N. Y. (to June 
1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Seaside Hosp. 
8. I., N. Y. (to July 1, 1910).— 
Physician, Tonopah, Nev. 

Charles Wilson Mills, A. B., Wil- 
liams, 1902 ; Res. House Officer, 
1908-09. — Asst. Physician, Loomis 
Sanatorium, Loomis, N. Y. 

Warren Pearl Morrill, Ph. B., Mich- 
igan, 1898 ; Med. Dept. Illinois, 
1904-05 ; Interne, Children's Free 
Hosp., Detroit, 1908-09 ; Resident 
Physician and Supt., Sydenham 
Hosp., Baltimore, 1909-12.— Supt. 
Winnipeg Gen. Hosp., Manitoba. 

Grover Cleveland Ney, A. B., Mt. St. 
Joseph's, 1904, and A. M., 1908; 
Med. Supt. Hebrew Hosp.. 1908- 
12. — Visit. Surg., ibid., and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

James Harry Oppenheimer, A. B., 
Harvard, 1904: Res. House Officer, 
1908-09 ; European Clinics, 1909- 
10. — Physician, Philadelphia. 

Robert Sheffey Preston, A. B., 
Hampden-Sidney, 1903; A. M., 
Princeton, 1904. — Interne, Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y. 

Frederick Sylvanus Ray, S. B.. Cali- 
fornia. 1904 : Res. House Officer, 
1908-09 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon and 
Externe in Gynecol., 1909-11.— 
Physician, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Lillian Emeline Ray, A. B., Leland 
Stanford, 1897, and A. M., 1901; 
Interne, The Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1908-09 ; Interne, Rochester State 
Hosp., N. Y., 1909. — Physician, 
San Jose, Cal. 

Alfred Joseph Ridges, Jr., S. B., 
Utah, 1900.— Physician, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Hamilton Rinde, A. B., N. Dakota, 
1902. — Asst. Phys., Conn. Hosp. 
for Insane, Middletown. 

James Lee Robinson, A. B., Texas, 
1904 ; Summer Session, Harvard 
Med. Sch., 1906; Res. Pathol., 
Mass. State Hosp., Summer, 1908 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1908-09; 
Surg. Roanoke Rapids (N. C.) 
Mills Co., 1909; Contract Surg., 
U. S. Army, 1910; 1st Lt. Med. 
Reserve Corps, U. S. Army, and 
Army Med. Sch., Washington, D. 
C, 1910-11.— 1st Lt. Med. Corps, 
U. S. Army, San Antonio, Texas. 



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James Isaac Scarborough, A. B., 
Princeton, 1904. — Res. Surg., 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Balti- 
more. 

Laurence Selling, A. B., Yale, 1904; 
Res. House Officer, 1908-09; Fel- 
low in Pathol. (Rockefeller-Grant), 
1909-10. — Physician, Portland, Ore. 

Harry Philip Shugerman, A. B. t 
Howard Coll., 1901 ; Columbia, 
1902-04 ; Interne, U. P. I., Bait. 
(3 mos.) ; Army Med. Sen., 
Washington, D. C, 1909-10.— 
Visit. Phys., Hillman Hosp., and 
Physician, Birmingham, Ala. 

Roland Leighton Stacy, A. B., Dick- 
inson, 1904, and A. M., 1907 ; 
Res. House Officer, 1908-09; 
House Surg. Ogdensburg City 
Hosp., N. Y., 1909-10. — Physician, 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

William M. Thalhimer, S. B., Rich- 
mond, 1903 ; Summer sessions, 
Cornell, 1902 and 1903; Interne, 
,Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Physician, 
N. Y., 1908-10; Instr. in Pathol., 
Univ. of Va., Charlottesville, 1910- 
11. — Fellow in Pathol., Mt. Sinai 
Hosp., and Physician, N. Y. 

Albert Agnew Thomas, A. B., Indi- 
ana, 1904 ; Interne, Allegheny 
General Hosp., Pa., 1908-09.— 
Physician, Linton, Ind. 

Dwight Wallace Tracy, Ph. B., Yale. 
1904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1908-09. — Physician, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Cecil Woods Vest, S. B., Iowa Coll., 
1904; Externe in Gynecol., 1908- 
09 ; Asst., Dr. Kelly's Sani- 
tarium, 1909-10 : Asst. Res. Gyne- 
col., 1910-12. — Res. Gynecol and 
Instr. 

James Homer Wilson, Ph. B., Lafay- 
ette, 1904 ; Interne, Gouverneur 
Hosp., N. Y., 1908-09 ; Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, Washington, 
D. C, 1911-12.— Phys. for Alle- 
gheny Co. and Vis. Phys. West. Md. 
Hosp., and Physician, Cumber- 
land. 

Joseph Kent Worthington, A. B., 
Haverford, 1903 ; Interne, Roose- 
velt Hosp., N. Y., 1908-09. — 
Assoc. Attend. Physician, Nassau 
Hosp., and Physician, Roslyn, L. I. 



Webster Kimball Clark. Ph. B., Yale, 
1904. — Pathol. Franklin Co. Hosp., 
and Physician, Greenfield. Mass. 
{Degree granted April 5, 1909.) 

Frank Gibson Porter, A. B., 1904 ; 
Pathol., Dr. Brown's Private 
Hosp., and Asst. Pathol. Moun- 
tainside Hospital, Montclair, N. 
J., 1908-09. — Physician, Baltimore. 
{Degree granted March 1, 1909). 
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1909 

Charles Robert Austrian, A. B., 
1904 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-10.— Asst. in Medicine and 



Asst. Res. Physician in Chg. Lab., 
Phipps Disp. 

Walter Albert Baetjer, A. B., 1905 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1909-10; 
Asst. in Medicine and Asst. Res. 
Physician, 1910-11 ; Res. Phys., 
City Hosp., Bay View, 1911-12. — 
Asst in Med. & xlsst. Res. Phy- 
sician. 

James Alvin Bass, A. B., 1905. — 
Asst. Surg., Flagship "New York," 
Asiatic Sta., via San Francisco, 
U. S. Navy. 

Julian Lee Birdsong, S. B., Nash- 
ville, 1899 ; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn., 1909-11. — Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Samuel Walthall Budd, A. B., Hamp- 
den-Sidney, 1904 ; Graduate Stu- 
dent, 1904-05 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1909-10. — Pathol. Nflk. 
Protest. Hosp. 

Montrose Thomas Burrows, A. B., 
Kansas, 1905 ; Asst. Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research, N. Y., 
1909-11. — Instr. Anat., Cornell, 
N. Y. 

Bender Zelotes Cashman, A. B., Penn- 
sylvania Coll., 1905 ; Interne, 
West Penna. Hosp., Pittsburgh, 
1909-10 ; Res. Surg., St. Francis' 
Hosp., Pittsburgs, 1910-12.— Phy- 
sician, Lafayette, Ind. 

Arthur Bond Cecil, A. B., St. John's, 
1905 ; Late Asst. Surg.. U. S. 
Navy, 1909-10 : Grad. U. S. Naval 
Med. School, 1910 ; Asst. Surg., N. 
Y. Naval Hosp., 1910 ; Asst. to Dr. 
Young, 1911-12. — Asst. Res. Surg. 

Florence Chapman Child, A. B.,Bryn 
Mawr, 1905 ; Interne, Hosp. for 
Women and Children, Syracuse, 
N. Y., 1909-10 ; Interne, Babies' 
Hosp., N. Y., 1911.— Clin. Asst. 
Gyn. and Pediatrics, Women's 
Hosp. of Phila., Asst. Kensington 
Disp. for Tub., and Physician, 
Philadelphia. 

Walter Francis Cole, S. B., Clemson, 
1902; A. B., North Carolina, 1905 ; 
Surgeon, Greensboro, N. C. 

Harry Lewis Connett, Ph. B., Ohio 
Univ., 1905. — Physician, Dr. Hyde's 
Private Hosp., Nelsonville, O. 

Jennings Crawford, Ph. B., Coe, 
1905 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Conn., 1909-11. — Physician, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 

James Watson Williams Dimon, A. 
B., Williams, 1905; House Physi- 
cian, Faxton Hosp., Utica, N. Y., 
1909-10. — Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

John Roscoe Elliott, A. B., Western 
Maryland, 1905. — Interne and 
Asst. Supt, R. I. Genl. Hosp., 
Providence, 1909-12. — Physician, 
Laurel, Del. 

Max Emmert, A. B., Iowa, 1905. — 
Physician, Atlantic, la. 

Charles Rhein Essick, A. B., Yale, 
1905 ; Asst. and Instr. in Anat., 
1909-12. — Assoc, in Anatomy. 

William Lawrence Estes. Jr., A. B., 
Lehigh, 1905 ; Resident House 



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Officer, 1909-10; Asst. in Mayo 
Clinic, Rochester, Minn., 1910-12. 
Chief Staff, St. Luke's Hosp., and 
Physician, So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Thomas Ludlow Ferenbaugh, A. B., 
Kenyon, 1905 ; Graduate, Army 
Med. Sen., Wash., D. C, 1910.— 
1st Lieut. Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Fort Sill, Okla. 

Arthur Oscar Fisher, A. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-10 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon, 1910- 
11. — Asst. in Surg., Washington 
Univ., and Res. Surg., Washing- 
ton Univ. Hosp., St. Louis. 

H. Quigg Fletcher, A. B., Georgia, 
1904 : Resident House Officer, 
1909-10 ; Asst. Res. Surg., U. P. 
I., Bait., 1910-11. — Visit. Phys., 
Baroness Erlanger Hosp., and 
Physician, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Ernest Robert Gentry, A. B., Kan- 
sas, 1905, and Med. Dept., 1905- 
1906 : Army Med. Sch., Washing- 
ton, D. C, 1909-10 ; Lab. Surg. 
Gen. Office, Wash., Summer, 1910 ; 
1st. Lieut. Med. Corps, U. S. 
Army, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans., 
1910-11. — Mbr. U. S. Army Bd. 
for Study Trop. Diseases, and 1st 
Lieut. Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Manila, P. I. 

Ethel Mathews Girdwood (Mrs. 
George Peirce), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 
1903. — Europe. 

Emil Goetsch, S. B., Chicago, 1903, 
and Ph. D., 1906 ; Fellow, Asst. 
and Assoc, in Anat, ibid, 1904- 
08 ; Research Asst., Dept. of 
Exp. Therapeut., ibid, 1908 and 
1909; Assistant in Surg. (H. L.), 
1909-10 ; Asst. Res. Surgeon, 1910- 
12. — Res. Surg., Peter Bent Brig- 
iham Hosp., Boston. 

William Ernest Hart, S. B., Wash- 
ington & Jefferson, 1905 ; House 
Gynecol., Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y., 
1909-11 ; Interne, Manhattan Ma- 
ternity Hosp., 1911. — Tuxedo Hosp., 
Tuxedo, N. Y. 

Thomas William Harvey, Jr., S. B., 
Princeton, 1905 ; Interne. Presby- 
terian Hosp., N. Y. ; Surg. N. Y. 
Lying-in Hosp. (to Jan., 1912). — 
Anaest. Orange Mem. Hosp. and 
Essex Co. Ortho. Hosp. arid Phy- 
sician, Orange, N. Y. 

Philip Charles Jeans, A. B., Kansas, 
1904; Interne, Hartford Hospital, 
Conn., 1909-10 ; Interne, Chil- 
dren's Hosp., Boston, 1910-11. — 
Interne, Boston, Floating Hosp. 
(to Sept., 1911.) 

Charles Rawson Kingsley, Jr., S. B., 
New York Univ., 1905; Resident 
House Officer, 1909-10. — Pathol., 
St. Vincent's Hosp. and S. R. 
Smith Infirm. ; Asst. Bact, N. Y. 
Quarantine Sta., and Physician. 
West New Brighton, N. Y. 

Baldwin Mann, A. B., William*, 
1905; House Officer, N. Y. City 
Hosp., 1909-10. — Bact, Roosevelt 
Hosp., and Physician, N. Y. City. 



Fred Marlin Meader, S. B., Wesleyan 
(Conn.), 1902, and M. S., 1905.— 
Assoc. Prof. Preventive. Med. and 
Dir. Lab. Public Health ; City 
Bacteriol., Med. Dept. Univ. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Philip Ball Moss, S. B., Central 
(Ky.), 1905; interne, Union Prot. 
Infirmary, 1909-10. — State Pa- 
thol., Montgomery, Ala. 

James B. Murphy, S. B., North Caro- 
lina, 1905 ; Med. Interne, Patho- 
logical Inst., Ward's Is., N. Y., 
1909-10. — Asst. in Path, and 
Bact, The Rock. Inst, for Med. 
Res., New York. 

Patrick Ireland Nixon, A. B., Texas, 
1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-10; Asst. Res. Surg., 1910- 
11. — Surgeon, San Antonio, Texas. 

George Rupp Pretz., S. B. t Penna. 
Coll., 1905, and M. S., 1908.— 
Physician, Lebanon, Pa. 

Solomon W. Schaefer, A. B., Wash- 
ington & Lee, 1904 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1909 - 10. — Gyn. 
County Hosp. and Surg. Attend. 
Free. Disp., and Physician, Port- 
land, Ore. 

Andrew Watson Sellards, A. B., 
Kansas, 1903, and A. M., 1904; 
Instr. Tropical Med. and Asst. 
Res. Phys., Philippine Genl. Hosp., 
and Asst. to Bureau of Science, 
Manila, P. L, 1909-11. — In Chg. 
Chem. Div. Med. Clinic. 

Thomas Peck Sprunt, A. B., David- 
son, 1903 ; Asst. and Instr. in 
Pathol., 1909-12. — Assoc, in Pathol, 
and Asst. Res. Physician. 

James Russell Stewart, A. B., Lake 
Forest, 1905 ; Interne, New Haven 
Hosp., Conn., 1909-11. — Physician, 
Logansport, Ind. 

Edward Wentz Stick, A. B., Frank- 
lin & Marshall, 1904 ; House Offi- 
cer, M. E. Hospital, Philadelphia, 
1909-10; Chief Res. Phys. Ken- 
sington Hosp. for Diseases of 
Women, Phila., 1910 - 11. — Phy- 
sician, Hanover, Pa. 

Herbert Sedgefield Thomson, S. B., 
California, 1904 ; House Officer, 
New York Hospital, 1909-11. — 
Phys., Public Athletic League and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

♦Charles Edward Trotter, S. B., N. 
C. Coll. Agricult. & Mechanic Arts 
1903; Grad. Student, 1904-05.— 
Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. Navy. 
(Drowned August, 1909). 

Robert Lester Waite, Ph. B., Yale, 
1905 ; Interne, the Hartford 
Hosp. (Summer of 1908) ; Clin. 
Asst. South Bait Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hosp., 1909-10. 
— Asst. Ophthalmic and Aural 
Surg., Hartford Hospital, and 
Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Isaac Chandler Walker, A. B., 1905 ; 
Med. House Officer, Carney Hosp., 
Boston, 1909-11 ; Lecturer, Clin. 
Micpy. and Phys. Diag., Univ. of 
la., Iowa City, 1911-12; Grad. 



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Student, Freiburg, 1912. — Asst. 
Res. Phys., Peter Bent Brigham 
Hosp., Harvard. 

William Glenn Wallace, S. B., Han- 
over, 1905 ; Interne, New Haven 
Hosp., Conn., 1909-11. — Physi- 
cian, Mattoon, III. 

Duncan Cameron Walton, A. B., St. 
John's, 1905. — Asst. Surg., U. S. 
Navy, U. S. S. Scorpion, Constan- 
tinople, Turkey. 

Leon Harlan Watkins, A. B., South- 
ern, 1903, and A. M., 1905 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1909-10. — 
Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

Charles Wallace Webb, S. B., Arkan- 
sas, 1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1909-10 ; Res. Surg. Clifton Spgs. 
Sanitarium, N. Y., 1910-12.— Asst. 
Res. Physician. 

Arthur James Wiesender, A. B., 
Ripon, 1905 ; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1909-10. — Physician, Green 
Lake, Wis. 

Gustav Herman Woltereck, A. B., 
1905 ; Asst. Phys., Bait. City Jail, 
1909-10 ; Asst. Physician, Mary- 
land Penitentiary, 1910-12. — Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Walter Simrall Wyatt, S. B., Ala- 
bama, 1904, and M. S., 1905; 
Med. Interne, Lakeside Hosp., 
Cleveland, 1909-11. — House Of- 
ficer. Boston City Hosp., Boston. 

Iva Catherine Youmans, A. B., Con- 
verse, 1897; N. Y. Univ. Summer 
Sch., 1904 ; Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, 1909-10. — Asst. Bacteriol- 
ogist State Bd. Health, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 



♦Thomas Patrick Coan, A. B., Mt. 
St. Joseph, 1903 ; Interne, St. 
Francis' Hosp., N. Y. {Degree 
granted March 7, 1910.) Died 
February 2, 1912. 

Ernest Cooper, A. B., South Caro- 
lina, 1900 ; Pathol, and Bact., i 
State Hosp. for Insane, and Phy- | 
sician, Columbia, S. C. (Degree i 
granted January 3, 1910.) 

♦Julia Maria Torrey, A. B., Boston 
Univ., 18S8; Med. Student, Mich- 
igan, 2 years ; Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children, 
Jan. to May, 1911. (Degree \ 
granted January 3, 1910.) (Died 
May, 1911.) 

(53) 

1910 

Mary Dayton Allen, A. B., Mt. 
Holvoke, 1905 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1910-11. — Res. Physi- 
cian, The Woman's Hospital, Ham- 
adan. Persia. 

Edward McPherson Armstrong, A. ' 
B., Princeton, 1904 Rhodes 
Scholar, Oxford, 1905-08, and 
B. Sc, 1908.— Surg. House Offi- 
cer, New York Hospital. i 



Moses Haven Baker, S. B., Purdue, 
1905. — Interne, St. Francis' Hos- 
pital, Pittsburgh. 

Henry Gray Barbour, A. B., Trinity 
(Conn.), 1906; Fellow in Path- 
ology, 1910-11 ; Research Student, 
Freiburg, Germany, 1911, and Vi- 
enna, 1912. — Asst. Prof. Pharm., 
Yale Med. Sch., New Haven, Ct. 

Emil Boehm, S. B., St. Louis Uni- 
versity, 1906. — Interne, Bellevue 
Hospital, N. Y. 

William Symington Bole, S. B., 
Montana Agricult., 1906. — Physi- 
cian. Great Falls, Mont. 

Carl Ferdinand Bookwalter, S. B., 
Purdue, 1900. — Interne, Kingston 
Ave. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ethan Flagg Butler, A. B., Prince- 
ton, 1906 ; Volun. Med. Asst. 
Labrador Med. Mission, Summers 
1908, 1909 and 1910.— 1st Surg. 
Asst. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Walter Austin Calihan, A. B., 
Rochester, 1906. — Res. Surgeon, 
St. Agnes' Hospital. 

Ross Stagg Carter, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Jr., 1905. — Physician, 
San Diego. Cal. 

Thomas Rodney Chambers, A. B., 
1906 ; Interne, Mercv Hospital, 
1910-11. — Physician, Bait. 

Joseph Lynn Choate, A. B., Leland 
Stanford Jr., 1906; A. M., South- 
ern Calif.. 1907, and Med. Student, 
1906-08 : Cooper Medical Coll., 
1907. — Phys. Child. Hosp., Los 
Angeles, 1910-11.— Med. Staff, 
Columbia Hosp. and Physician, 
Los Angeles. 

Claude Carr Cody. Jr., A. B., and 
A. M., Southwestern. 1904, anti 

1905 ; Student of Medicine, 1905- 
07. — Interne, Bellevue Hospital, 
New York. 

Haskett Lynch Conner, A. B., De- 
Pauw, 1906 ; Interne, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1910-11. — 
Physician, Corning. O. 

Henry Theodore Collenburg. A. B., 
1906. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Henry Nicholas Costello, A. B., Yale, 

1906 ; Interne, Hartford Hospital, 
Connecticut, 1910-12. — Physician, 
Hartford. 

Walter Edward Dandy, A. B., Mis- 
souri, 1907, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1906-07; Assistant in Sur- 
gery, Hunterian Laboratory, 1910- 
11. — Asst. Res. Surg. 

Clinton Demas Deming, A. B., Yale, 
1907, and Student of Medicine, 
1906-07 ; Asst. in Pathol., 1910- 
11. — Interne, Hartford Hosp., 
Hartford, Conn. 

Bernard Solomon Denzer, A. B., 
Columbia, 1906. — Interne, The 
German Hosp., New York. 

Thomas Alan Devan, S. B., Rutgers, 
1906. — Interne, Presbyterian Hos- 
pital, New York. 

Baruch Mordecai Edlavitch, A. B., 
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pital, Bait., 1910 - 11. — Pathol. 
Univ. Hosp., la. State Univ., Iowa 
City. 

Ralph Landis Engle, A. B., Lebanon 
Valley Coll., 1905; A. M., Yale, 
1906 — Interne, Bellevue Hosp., 
New York. 

Horace Burnett Fenton, A. B., Ore- 
gon, 190G. — Asst. Physician, 
County Hosp., Portland, Ore. 

Edgar L. Gilcreest, A. B., Texas, 
1906. — Interne, Lakeside Hospital, 
Cleveland. 

Hyman Ginsberg, A. B., Georgia, 
1906 ; Interne, Lane Hospital, {San 
Francisco, 1910 - 12. — Asst. in 
Surg., Birmingham Med. Sen., and 
Surgeon, Birmingham, Ala. 

Lemuel Whittington Gorham, A. B., 
Yale, 1906; Resident House Offi- 
cer, 1911. — Europe. 

William Lawrence Grimes, S. B., 
North Carolina, 1906. — Asst. Res. 
Surg., Union Protestant Infirmary. 

Crowell Clarinton Hall, Jr., A. B., 
Bowdoin, 1906. — Physician, Fox- 
croft, Me. 

Runkle Fisher Hegeman, A. B., 
Princeton, 1906 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1910-11 ; Res. Phys. N. Y. 
Foundling Hosp., N. Y., 1911-12. — 
Res. Phys. N. Y. Nursery and 
Childs' Hosp. 

Henry Gildersleeve Jarvis, A. B., 
Yale, 1906 ; Interne, Conn. Hosp. 
for the Insane, Middletown (to 
Jan. 1, 1911) ; Interne. Hartford 
Hospital, Conn, (after Jan., 1911.) 
— Physician, Hartford. 

Albert Eugene Johann, A. B„ Chris- 
tian, 1906; Grad. Student, Chi- 
cago, Summer of 1906 ; Senior 
House Officer, Boston Floating 
Hosp. (Summer, 1911) ; Interne, 
Boston Children's Hospital, 1910- 
12. — Physician, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Samuel Laban Ledbetter, Jr., S. B., 
Alabama, 1906. — 1st Asst. Res. 
Surg., Lakeside Hospital, Cleve- 
land. 

Ralph Herman Major, A. B., Wil- 
liam Jewell, 1902 ; Student, Leip- 
sic, Munich and Chicago, 1904- 
06 ; Resident House Officer, 1910- 
11 ; Asst. Res. Physician and 
Asst. in Med., 1910-12. — Europe. 

Albert Francis Mattice, S. B., South 
Dakota Agricult., 1904, Ph. G., 
Washington State Coll., 1906. — 
Ophthal. Clinic and Bacteriol. 
Research with Prof. Theo. Axen- 
feld, Freiburg, Germany. 

Sydney Robotham Miller, S. B., New 
York Univ., 1905 ; Resident House 
Officer. 1910-11.— Asst. in Medi- 
cine, and Physician, Baltimore. 

Dana Elora Monroe, A. B., Texas, 
1906 ; Interne, Nursery & Child's 
Hospital, N. Y. — House Officer, 
Post Grad. Hosp., N. Y. 

Raymond Bartlett Morris, A. B., 
Yale, 1907, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1906-07 ; Interne, Union 



Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 
1910-11,— Physician, Olean, N. Y. 

Angus Washburn Morrison, A. B., 
Yale, 1906 ; Interne, Royal Vic- 
toria Hosp., Montreal, 1910-11. 
— Europe. 

Douglass Howell Morse, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1907, and Med. Student, 
1906-07 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910 - 11. — Clin. Path. Wash'g. 
Univ. Med. Sen., St. Louis. 

James Craig Neel, Ph. B., Marietta, 
1906 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-11. — Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

William Bradford Newcomb, A. B., 
William and Mary, 1906. — House 
Phys., New York Hosp., 1910-12. 
— Asst. Pathol., ibid. 

Firmadge King Nichols, A. B., 1906. 
— Res. Gynecol., St. Agnes' Hos- 
pital ; Instr. in Physiol. Coll., 
P. and S., Bait. 

Samuel Timothy Nicholson, Jr., A. 
B., North Carolina, 1906 ; Res. 
Phys., Telfair Hosp. for Women, 
Savannah, Ga., 1910 - 11 ; Jr. Vstg. 
Phys., Boone Terre Hosp. and 
Physician, Bonne Terre, Mo., 
1911-12. — Asst. in Clin. Pathol., 
Washington Univ., St. Louis. 

Willey Higby Norton, A. B., Ohio, 
1906, — Res. Gynecol., Lakeside 
Hospital, Cleveland. 

Thomas Grover Orr, A. B., Missouri, 
1907 ; Student of Medicine, 1906- 
07 ; Interne, Kansas City Genl. 
Hosp., Mo. (July 1 to Jan. 1> ; 
House Officer, Hudson St. Hosp., 
New York, 1911-12. — House Surg. 
St. Mary's Hosp. for Children, 
N. Y. 

Jean Paul Pratt, A. B., Ohio State, 
1906 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-11. — Asst. Res. Surg. 

Chesney Macauley Ramage, S. B., 
West Virginia Univ., 1907.— Asst. 
Surg. Miners' Hosp. and Physician, 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Robert Lewis Rhodes, A. B., Emory, 
1906. — Asso. Surg. Jefferson Surg. 
Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Harry Hungate Robinson, A. B., 
Michigan, 1907, Med. Student, 
1906-08. — House Physician, St. 
Elizabeth's Hosp., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Walter Black Rogers, A. B., Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1906 ; 
Interne, St. Francis' Hospital, 
Pittsburgh, 1910-11. — Asst. Res. 
Surg., Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland. 

Alice Rohde, S. B., Chicago, 1903.— 
Mary Putnam Jacobi Fellowship, 
Berlin, Germany. 

James Wendel Rosenfeld, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr., 1906; Asst. 
Physician, Kgl. Univ., Kinder- 
klinik, Breslau, 1910-12. — 

Raymond Sanderson, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1905 ; Asst. Res. Phys., The 
Sanitarium, Clifton Springs, N. 
Y., 1910-11. — Bact. and Pathol., 
Ontario and Yates Counties Lab., 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 



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Raphael Eustace Semmes, Jr., A. B., 
Missouri, 1907, and Student of 
Medicine, 1906-07 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1910-11. — Interne Woman's 
Hosp., N. Y. 

Herbert Milford Seneny, A. B., 
Adelbert, 1906.— Interne, Milwau- 
kee County Hosp., Wauwatosa, 
Wis. 

John William Sheetz, Ph. B., Frank- 
lin and Marshall, 1906. — Interne, 
St. Francis' Hosp., Pittsburg. 

Henry Augustus Stephenson, A. B., 
Randolph-Macon, 1906 ; Resident 
House Officer and Asst. Res. Ob- 
stet, 1910-12.— ^Res. Obstetrician 
and Instr. in Obstetrics. 

Howard Lester Taylor, A. B., Ober- 
lin, 1906. — Res. Physician, Lake- 
side Hospital, Cleveland. 

William Lawson Thornton, S. B., 
Alabama Polytech., 1903 ; Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1910- 
11. — Physician, Talladega, Ala. 

Thomas Palmer Tredway, A. B., 
Western Maryland, 1906 ; Interne, 
Adrian Hospital, Punxsutawnev, 
Pa., 1910-11. — Physician, Erie, Pa. 

Arthur deTalma Valk, A. B., St. 
John's, 1906, M. A., 1911; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1910-11 ; Res. 
Surg. Kernan Hosp. for Crippled 
Children, 1911-12. — Surg. Win- 
ston-Salem, N. C. 

Herbert Francis Vanorden, Ph. B.. 
Yale, 1907. and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1906-07 ; Jr. Int. Boston 
Floating Hosp., 1909 ; Interne, 
Kansas City General Hospital, 
1910-11. — Physician, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Clyde Emil Watson, S. B., West Vir- 
ginia, 1905 ; Interne, The Samuel 
Merritt Hosp., Oakland, Cal, 1910. 
— Asst. Prof. Anat. and Path., 
West Virginia Univ., and Physi- 
cian, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Helen Watson, A. B., Wellesley, 
1905 ; Resident House Officer, 
1910-11. — Asst. Res. Physician 
and Asst. in Medicine. 

Milton Weinberg, A. B., South Caro- 
lina, 1906. — Asst. Dir. Rural Sani- 
tation for So. Carolina, Manning. 

Theodore Henry Wenning, A. B., St. 
Xavier, 1904 ; Grad. Student, 
Cincinnati, 1904 - 06 ; Interne, 
Roosevelt Hospital, N. Y., 1910-12. 
— Europe. 

Miley Barton Wesson, Jr., S. B., 
Texas, 1902 ; Interne, Hudson St. 
Hospital, N. Y., 1910-12. — Surg. 
El Paso & S. W. R. R., El Paso 
Inst., and Physician, El Paso, 
Texas. 

James Harvey Whitcraft, S. B., 
Wooster, 1905. — Interne, Kansas 
City Hospital, Mo. (after Jan. 1, 
1911.) 

Luke V. Zartman, A. B., Ohio State, 
1906 ; Interne, Hospital for 
Women of Maryland ; Act. Asst. 



Res., J. H. H., 1910-11. — Res. 
Church Home & Infirmary. 

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Lester Adams, A. B., Bowdoin, 1907 ; 
Interne, St. Francis' Hospital, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1911-12. — Asst. 
Res. Phys., City Hosp., Bay View. 

Cary Fink de Angulo, A. B., Vas- 
sar, 1906; Student, Harvard, 
1911-12.— St. Matthew's, Ky. 

John Van Doren Bedinger, S. B., 
Princeton, 1907. — Interne, Belle- 
vue Hosp., New York. 

Walter Scott Bennett, A. B., Col- 
gate, 1904. — Interne, Norwegian 
Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Edwin Bird, Jr., A. B., 
1907. — Asst. Res. Surg., St. Agnes' 
Hosp., Baltimore. 

Arthur Leonard Bloomfield, A. B., 
1907 ; Resident House Officer, 
1911-12. — Asst. Res. Physician. 

John Rochester Booth, A. B., Ran- 
dolph - Macon, 1907. — Interne, 
Bellevue Hosp., N. Y. 

George Edward Brockway, Jr., A. 
B., Williams, 1907 : Summer Ses- 
sion, Cornell, 1907. — Interne, 
King's Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Barney Brooks, S. B., Univ. of 
Texas, 1905 ; Resident House Of- 
ficer, 1911-12. — 

Earle Buell Carter, Ph. B., Yale, 
1907. — Interne, Norwegian Hosp., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph David Cohn, A. B., Univ. of 
Texas., 1907. — Visiting Physi- 
cian, Spohn Sanitarium ; Surg., 
San Antonio and Aransas Pass 
R. R. ; 1st Lieut. Med. Corps, 
Texas Nat. Guard, and Physician, 
Corpus Christi, Texas. 

John Collinson, Jr., A. B., St. John's, 
1907 ; Interne, James Walker 
Memorial Hosp., Wilmington, N. 
C, 1911-12. — Res. Phys. Polyclinic 
Hosp., Philadelphia. 

John Archibald Campbell Colston, 
Ph. B., Yale, 1907 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1911-12. — Asst. Res. 
Surg. 

Melton Downie Council, Ph. B., 
Emory, 1905 ; Interne, Jefferson 
Surgical Hosp., Roanoke, Va., 
1911-12. — Res. Phys., Macon (Ga). 
Hosp. 

Francis Randolph Crawford, A. B., 
Washington and Lee, 1906 ; In- 
terne, St. Francis' Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, 1911-12. — Asst. Surg., 
Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y. 

David Melvin Davis, S. B., Prince- 
ton, 1907 ; Interne, City Hosp., 
Bay View, 1911-12. — Asst. in 
Pathol. 

William Thomas De Sautelle, A. B., 
Wisconsin, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1907-08. — Interne, Har- 
lem Hosp., New York. 

William Milas Dunn, A. B., David- 
son, 1903 ; Summer Session, 



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Columbia, 1907. — House Officer, 
Mass Gen. Hosp., Boston. 

Ralph Henry Dunning, A. B., Yale, 
1907 ; Interne, Hosp. for Women 
and Children, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1911-12. — Interne, St. Lawrence 
State Hosp., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Hiram Fried, A. B., 1907. — Interne, 
City Hosp., Bay View. 

William Archibald Frontz, A. B., 
Princeton, 1907 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1911-12. — 

William Dixon Fullerton, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1907. — Res. Gyne., Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland. 

Hiram Mary Gallagher, A. B., Catho- 
lic Univ. of America, 1907 ; Sum- 
mer Session, Univ. of Chicago, 
1907 ; Winter Semester, Freiburg, 
1908 - 09. — Interne, St. Francis 
Hosp., New York. 

Thomas Henry Gilland, Ph. B., La- 
fayette, 1907 ; Interne, Jefferson 
Surgical Hosp., Roanoke, Va., 
1911-12. — Physician, Greencastle, 
Pa. 

Ernest Owsley Grant, A. B., Central 
Univ. of Ky., 1907. — Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland. 

Ernest George Grey, A. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1907. and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1907-08 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1911-12. — House Officer, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hosp., Bos- 
ton. 

Elmer Chester Gross, B. L., Whit- 
man College, 1906. — Resident Phy- 
sician, Seattle General Hosp., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Roy Wallace Hammack, A. B., Univ. 
of Oregon, 1907. — Instructor in 
Path, and Bact, Coll. of Medicine 
and Surgery, University of the 
Philippines, Manila. 

Clifford Clinton Hartman, S. B., 
and M. S., Pennsylvania College, 
1907 ; Interne, St. Francis* Hosp., 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1911-12.— Fellow 
in Path., U. of Pgh. Med. Sch., 
Pittsburgh. 

William Hall Hawkins, A. B., Cen- 
tral Univ. of Ky., 1906; Student, 
Hosp. Coll. of Medicine, 1906- 
07. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp., New 
York. 

Ernest Singleton Hendry, A. B., 
1907. — Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Baltimore. 

William Brawner Hetfield, A. B., 
Catholic Univ. of America, 1907. — 
Interne, Brooklyn Hosp., New 
York. 

Anna Hubert, A. B., Univ. of Wash- 
ington, 1901, and A. M., 1904 ; 
Resident House Officer, 1911-12. 
— Asst. Res. Surg. N. E. Hosp. 
for Women and Children, Boston. 

William Rutledge Hudson, A. B., 
Washington and Lee Univ., 1906. — 
Interne, Hosp. for Women of 
Maryland, Baltimore. 

John Atkinson Hunnicutt, Jr., A. B., 
Univ. of Georgia, 1907. — Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp., Cleveland. 



Barbara Hunt, A. B., Vassar, 1906 ; 
Univ. of Maine, Summer Sen., 
1907 ; Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for 
Women and Children, 1911-12. — 
Physician, Bangor, Me. 

George Ives, A. B., Wisconsin, 1907 ; 
Med. Student, Univs. of Chicago 
and Wisconsin, 1907-09. — Asst 
State Bacteriologist, Montgom- 
ery, Ala. 

Conrad Jacobson, S. B., Beloit, 
1900; Grad. Student, Chicago, 
three summer qrs. ; Assistant in 
Surgery, Hunterian Laboratory, 
1911-12.— Asst. Res. Surg. Peter 
Bent Brigham Hosp., Boston. 

Nancy Blanche Jenison, A. B., 
Wells, 1898; Grad. Student. Chi- 
cago, 1907. — Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children. 

Charles Chauncey Winsor Judd, A. B., 
Kenyon Coll., 1907 ; Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Bal- 
timore, 1911 - 12. — Vol. Asst. to 
Chief Clin. Lab., City Hosp. 

Norman Macdonnell Keith, A. B., 
Toronto, 1908, and Medical Stu- 
dent, 1906-08. — Interne, New York 
Hosp., N. Y. 

Lloyd Warren Ketron, A. B., Grant 
Univ., 1907. — Asst. in Dermatol. 
Disp. 

Tedrow Sylvester Keyser, A. B., Wit- 
tenberg. 1907. — Interne, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland. 

Oliver Kinsey, Jr., A. B., Virginia, 
1907, and Medical Student, 1907- 
09 ; Interne, Church Home and 
Infirmary, Baltimore, 1911-12. — 
1st Lieut. Med. Reserve Corps, U. 
S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Charles Kissling, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1906, and Medical Student. 
1907-09 ; Interne, Jefferson Sur- 
gical Hosp., Roanoke, Va., 1911- 
12. — Physician, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Benjamin Schonbrun Kline, A. B., 
Swarthmore, 1907 ; Interne, City 
Hosp., Bay View, 1911-12. — 

Howard James Knott, S. B., Whit- 
man Coll., 1907. — Resident Physi- 
cian, Seattle General Hosp., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Linda Bartels Lange, A. B., Bryn 
Mawr, 1903. — Interne, N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children, 
1911 - 12. — Fellow in Pathol., 
Rockefeller Inst. 

Warren Eugene Leaper, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1907-08. — Interne, Rhode 
Island Hosp., Providence. 

Veader Newton Leonard, Ph. B., 
Yale, 1907; Student, Univ. of 
Freiburg, 1907-08 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1911-12. — Asst. Res. Gyne- 
col. 

William Henry Licht, S. B., Trin- 
ity Coll. (Hartford), 1907.— In- 
terne, Hartford Hosp., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Hans Lisser, A. B., California, 1907. 
Resident House Officer, 1911-12. 
— Europe. 



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Drew William Luten, A. B., Ken- 
tucky State Univ., 1901 ; Fellow, 
Vanderbilt Univ., 1903-04; In- 
terne, St. Francis* Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 1911-12. — Physician, 
Internat. Harvester Co., Deering, 
Mo. 

John Thomson MacCurdy, A. B., 
Toronto, 1908, and Student of 
Medicine, 1906-08 ; Fellow in 
Pathology, 1911-12. — Europe. 

Herbert Lee McNeil, A. B., South- 
western Univ., J 906; Grad. Stu- 
dent, Univ. of Texas, 1906-07. — 
Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp., Balti- 
more. 

Monroe A. Maas, A. B., Univ. of 
Alabama, 1907. — Asst. Res. Church 
Home and Infirmary, Baltimore. 

Charles Goodwin Merriam, A. B.. 
Yale, 1907.— Surg. E. E. White 
Coal Co., Stotesbury, W. Va. 

James Raglan Miller, A. B., Yale, 
1907. — Voluntararzt, Konigl, Frau- 
enklinik, Munich, Germany. 

James Aloysius O'Donnell, A. B., 
Loyola. 1906; Graduate Student, 
1906-07.— Res. Gyn. & Obstet., St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Baltimore. 

Ralph Sherburne Perkins, A. B., 
Dartmouth, 1907. — Interne, Wor- 
cester City Hosp., Worcester, 
Mass. 

Everett Dudley Plass, A. B., Col- 
gate, 1907 ; Resident House Of- 
ficer, 1911 - 12. — Asst. in Obstet. 
and Asst. Res. Obstet. 

Caryl Ashby Potter, A. B., Missouri, 
1908, and Student of Medicine, 
1907-08. — House Gynecol. Roose- 
velt Hospital, New York. 

Ira Humphrey Prouty, S. B., Dart- 
mouth, 1907 ; Interne, Thomas 
Wilson Sanitarium for Children 
(summer 1911). — Attend. Phys. 
Rockingham Hosp., and Physician, 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Arthur Samuel Rosenfeld, A. B 
Leland Stanford Jr., 1907. — In- 
terne, Mt. Sinai Hosp., N. Y. 

Augusta Rucker, A. B., Univ. of 
Texas, 1896, and A. M., 1900; 
Med. Dept. Wisconsin, June-Oct., 
1907, and May - Oct., 1908 ; In- 
terne, Babies' Hosp., N. Y., 
1911-12. — Interne, N. Y. Infirm. 
Women and Children. 

Charles E. Rynd, S. B., Hamilton, 
1907., and M. S., 1910.— Europe, 
1911-12 ; after June, 1912, In- 
terne, King's Co. Hosp., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Dwight Milton Sawyer, Ph. B. Wes- 
leyan (Conn.), 1906; House Phys., 
Nursery & Childs' Hosp., N. Y. 

Mabel Seagrave, A. B., Wellesley, 
1905. — Interne, N. Y. Infirmary 
for Women and Children. 

Walter Gresham Sexton, A. B., Wis- 
consin, 1908, and Student of Medi- 
cine, 1907-08; Resident House 
Officer, 1911-12.— Asst. Res. Surg. 
The Hebrew Hosp. 



Paul Rothrock Sieber, A. B., Penn- 
sylvania Coll., 1907. — Res. Surg, 
St. Francis' Hosp., Pittsburgh. 

William Knepper Skilling, a. B 
1906. — Physician, Baltimore. 

Helen Willston Smith (Mrs. Sanger 
Brown), A. B., Bryn Mawr, 1906; 
Resident House Oflicer, 1911. — 
Bloomingdale, White Plains, N. Y. 

Roy Ross Snowden, A. B., Washing- 
ton and Jefferson, 1907. — Res. 
Phys., City Hosp., Bay View. 

Lewis Cass Spencer, S. B., Tulane, 
1907; Grad. Student, Albert Lud- 
wig Univ., Freiburg, 1908-09. — 
Asst. Res. Surg., Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Baltimore. 

Marshall Byron Sponsler, A. B., 
Ursinus, 1907. — Interne, St. Fran- 
cis' Hosp., New York. 

Alexander McCulley Stevens, A. B., 
St. John's, 1907. — Easton. 

George Adolph Stewart, A. B., 1907. 
Res. Phys., St. Agnes' Hosp., Bal- 
timore. 

Edgar Stillman, A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford Jr., 1907. — Interne, Bellevue 
Hosp., New York. 

Thornton Edwin Vail, Ph. B., Yale, 
1907. — Asst. Res., Elmcroft Sani- 
tarium, Thompsonville, Conn. 

Clifford Black Walker, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1906, and Medical Student, 
1906-09; M. A., J. H. U., 1912; 
Asst. to Dr. Cushing, 1911-12. — 
Boston. 

William Joshua Weese, S. B., and 
A. B., Missouri, 1905, and Medical 
Student, 1907 - 09. — Res. Phys., 
Santo Tomas Hosp.. Panama City. 

Isidore Kalisch Wiener, A. B., 
Princeton, 1907. — Interne, Black- 
well's Island, New York. 

Edwin Robert Wiese, A. B., Western 
Univ. of Penna., 1907. — Student, 
Univ. of Berne, Switzerland. 

Claud May Winn, S. B., Tulane, 
1906, and Student of Medicine, 
1906-07. — Chief of Laboratories, 
Santo Tomas Hosd., Panama City. 

Julian Mast Wolfsohn, S. B., Cali- 
fornia, 1905, and M. S., 1907; 
Resident House OflScer, 1911-12. — 
Asst. in Neurol. Med. Dept. Le- 
land Stanford, Jr., Univ., and 
Physician, San Francisco, Calif. 



Jaime de Angulo, B. es Lett, Univ. 
of Paris, 1906 ; Cooper Med. Coll., 
1906-07. — Eugenics Comm. Amer. 
Breeders' Ass'n., St. Matthews, 
Ky. (Degree granted January 8, 
1912.) 

George Washington Cox, S. B., Chi- 
cago, 1907. — Interne, Hartford, 
Hosp., Hartford, Conn. (Degree 
granted January 8, 1912.) 

Robert George McAliley, S. B., Da- 
vidson, 1904 ; Med. Student, Univ. 
of Md., 1907-08.— Interne, R. I. 
Hospital, Providence. (Degree 
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Ernest Luther Morgan, S. B., Wake 
Forest, 1007 ; Med. Student, ibid., 
1905 - 07. — Interne, Providence 
Hosp., Washington, D. C. (De- 
gree granted January 8, 1912.) 
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Clarence Ladelle Andrews, S. B., 
Louisiana State, 1908 ; Univ. of 
Strassburg, Germany, 1909. — In- 
terne, Jefferson Surg. Hosp., 
Roanoke, Va. 

Edwin I. Bartlett, A. B., Washing- 
ton State, 1908 ; Univ. of Strass- 
burg, 1909. — 

Joseph Howard Beard, A. B., St. 
John's, 1902. — Instr. Physiol, and 
Histol., Univ. of Illinois, and 
Physician, Urbana. 

Jane Elizabeth Bigelow, A. B., But- 
ler, 1907. — Interne, N. Y. Infirm, 
for Women and Children. 

Charles Albert Bowers, S. B., West 
Virginia, 1908. — Interne, Lake- 
side Hosp., Cleveland. 

Eveleth Wilson Bridgman, A. B., 
1908. — Resident House Officer. 

Cyrus Cathey Brown, A. B., Arkan- 
sas, 1908. — Interne, St. Francis 
Hosp., Pittsburgh. 

John Lewis Butsch, S. B., Purdue, 
1905. — Assoc. Prof. Materia Med- 
ica, Thera. and Pharm. Med. 
Dept. Univ., Buffalo. 

Raymond John Gary, S. B., Iowa, 
1906 ; Chicago, summer session, 
1904 and 1905 ; Med. Student, 
W T estern Reserve, 1908 - 10. — In- 
terne, St. Francis Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh. 

Burns Stoddard Chaffee, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr., 1908. — Interne, 
St. Agnes Hosp. 

Alan Mason Chesney, A. B., 1908. — 
Resident House Officer. 

Jacob Cohen, A. B., 1908. — Interne, 
City Hospital, Bay View. 

Marye Yeamans Dabney, Ph. B., Chi- 
cago, 1908. — Interne, R. I. Hosp., 
Providence. 

Edwin Greene Davis, A. B., Ne- 
braska, 1909, and Med. Student, 
1908-10. — Interne, Union Protest. 
Infirmary. 

William Milton Dumm, S. B., Ohio 
Wesleyan, 1908. — Resident House 
Officer. 

Milton Thomas Edgerton, Jr., A. B., 
•Georgia, 1908. — Interne, City 
Hospital, Bay View. 

Roland Frederick Fisher, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1909, and Medical Stu- 
dent, 1907-09. — Interne, Washing- 
ton Univ. Hosp., St. Louis. 

Mary Randolph Fleming, A. M., 
Randolph-Macon Woman's Coll., 
1902. — Interne, Hardman Sana- 
torium, Commerce, Ga. 

Ovid Clemmons Foote, A. B., Wake 
Forest, 1908. — Interne, Jefferson 
Surg. Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

Winter Reginald Frantz, S. B., West 
Virginia, 1908. — Interne, Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y. 



Willa May Fricke, A. B M Barnard 
1906; 2y 2 years Med. Coll. and 
Hosp. for Women and Children, 
1906-09. — Externe in Obstetrics. 

Julian Eugene Gammon, S. B., Flor- 
ida, 1908. — Interne, St. Agnes 
Hosp. (to December, 1912) ; Lake- 
side Hosp., Cleveland. 

James Heyward Gibbes, A. B. and 
S. B., South Carolina, 1908. — 
Asst. Res. Physician. 

William Lee Gills, A. B., Randolph- 
Macon, 1905. — Interne, Hartford 
Hosp., Conn. 

Frederick Akin Glass, A. B., Central 
(Ky.), 1908. — Interne, Lakeside 
Hosp., Cleveland. 

Ernest William Goodpasture, A. B., 
Vanderbilt, 1907. — Rockefeller 
Fellow in Pathol., J. H. U. 

Roscoe Willis Hall, Ph. B., Dickin- 
son, 1908. — Interne, City Hosp., 
Bay View. 

James B. Holmes, A. B. and A. M., 
Virginia, 1910, and Med. Student, 
1908-09 ; Med. Student, Gottingen, 
summer, 1911. — Physician, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Samuel Haymann Hurwitz, A. B., 
Harvard, 1907, and A. M., 1908; 
Univ. of Strassburg, 1909 ; Special 
Student, Inst. Infect. Diseases, 
Berlin, summer, 1911. — Resident 
House Officer. 

Helmina Jeidell, A. B., Barnard, 
1908 ; Special Student, Pasteur 
Inst., Paris, summer, 1909. — Res- 
ident House Officer. 

Rudolph Alfred Kocher, A. B., Le- 
land Stanford Jr., 1908 ; Student 
of Med., Leipsic, 1909-10. — Gradu- 
ate work, Vienna. 

Henry Hoffman Loos, A. B.. 1908. — 
Interne, St. Agnes Hosp. 

Walter Gay Lough, S. B., West Vir- 
ginia, 1908. — Interne, N. Y. Post 
Graduate Hosp., N. Y. 

Oswald Swinney Lowsley, A. B., 
Leland Stanford Jr., 1908. — In- 
terne, Bellevue Hosp.. N. Y. 

Harvey Ross McAllister, A. B., 
Penna. Coll., 1908.— Interne, Jeff- 
erson Surg. Hosp., Roanoke, Va. 

William Bradbury McClure, S. B., 
Penna. Coll., 1908. — Resident 
House Officer. 

Hugh MeCulloch, A. B., Arkansas, 
1908. — Interne, Washington Univ. 
Hosp., St. Louis. 
William Lawrence Millea, A. B., 
Clark, 1908. — .Resident House Of- 
ficer. 
Edgar Allen Miller, S. B., Penna. 
Coll., 1908. — Interne, St. Francis 
Hosp., Pittsburgh. 
Knox Emerson Miller, A. B., Wil- 
liam Jewell, 1908. — Dist. Inspec- 
tor, Va. State Board of Health, 
Richmond. 
Nathaniel Mills, A. B., Williams, 
1.908. — Interne, St. Francis Hosp., 
New York. 



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William Haviland Morriss, A. B., 
Haverford, 1908.— Resident House 
Officer. 

William Neill, Jr., A. B., St. John's, 
1908. — Interne, Church Home and 
Infirmary. 

Ralph Wilbur Nichols, Ph. B., Yale, 
1908. — Interne, Boston Floating 
Hosp. Summer 1912 ; after Oc- 
tober 1st, Sr. Interne, New Haven 
Hosp., New Haven, Ct. 

Louise Pearce, A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford Jr., 1907 ; Boston Univ. Sch. 
of Medicine, 1907-09. — Resident 
House Officer. 

Charles Hamlin Pelton, A. B., Trin- 
ity (Conn.), 1905. — Interne, Al- 
bany Hosp., Albany, N. Y. 

Maurice Charles Pin coifs, Jr. S. B., 
Chicago, 1909 ; Rush Med. Coll., 
1906-09 ; Grad. Sch. 1909-10. — In- 
terne, Presbyterian Hosp., Chi- 
cago. 

Martin Hayward Post, Jr., A. B., 
Amherst, 1908. — Interne, City 
Hospital, St. Louis. 

Carl Wheeler Rand, A. B., Williams, 

1908, and A. M., 1909. — Resident 
House Officer. 

Charles Dwight Reid, Jr., A. B., 
Wiliams, 1908. — Interne in Surg., 
German Hosp., New York. 

Mont Rogers Reid, A. B., Roanoke, 
1908. — Resident House Officer. 

Harold Irwin Reynolds, A. B., Geor- 
gia, 1908. — Interne, Woman's 
Hosp. of Maryland. 

Max Spencer Rohde, S. B., Chicago, 
1908. — Interne, Kansas City Gen- 
eral Hospital, Mo. 

Peter Benjamin Sarason, A. B., Yale, 

1909, and Med. Student, 1907- 
09. — Resident House Officer. 

Henry Christian Schmeisser, A. B. 
1908. — Fellow in Pathology. 

Raymond Louis Schultz, S. B., Wis- 
consin, 1908, and Med. Student, 
1908-10.— Interne, Milwaukee Co. 
Hosp., Wis. 

Nathan P. Sears, Ph. B., Syracuse, 
1908. — Interne, Church Home and 
Infirmary. 

Reginald Oliver Sellman, A. B., 1908. 
— Res. Phys. Biedler-Sellman Sani- 
tarium. 

Rolla J. Shale, A. B., Oberlin, 1908. 
— Interne, Wilkes-Barre Hosp., Pa. 
Pa. 

Ellery DeWitt Simpson, A. B., West- 
ern Maryland, 1908.— Interne, St. 
Luke's Hosp., St. Paul, Minn. 

Warren Richards Sisson, A. B., Col- 
gate, 1908 ; Student of Med., Frei- 
burg, summer session, 1910 ; Univ. 
of Munchen. winter semester, 1910- 
11, and Univ. Heidelberg, summer 
session, 1911. — Interne Peter 
Bent Brigham Hosp., Boston. 

Harry Richmond Slack, Jr., A. B., 
Georgia, 1908. — Asst Resident 
Surgeon. 



Trammel Starr, A. B., Emory, 1908. 
— Interne, City Hospital, Bay 
View. 

Thornton Stearns, A. B., Davidson, 
1906. — Interne, Mass. General 
Hosp., Boston. 

Holland Newton Stevenson, 2nd., 
Ph. B., Yale, 1908. — Assistant in 
Pathology. 

Abraham Strauss, A. B., Harvard, 
1909. — Interne, Mt. Sinai Hosp., 
New York. 

David Corbin Streett, A. B., 1908. — 
Resident House Officer. 

John Sundwall, S. B., Chicago, 1903 ; 
Ph. B., 1906, and Med. Student, 
1906-08 ; U. S. Public Health 
and Marine Hospital Service, 
Washington, D. C, 1912. — Prof. 
Anat. Univ. Kansas., Lawrence. 

Harry Roswell Wahl, A. B., Wiscon- 
sin, 1908, and A. M., 1910, and 
Med. Student, 1908-10. — Patholo- 
gist, Lakeside Hospital, Cleve- 
land. 

Arthur L. Walters, S. B., Purdue, 
1904. — Interne, City Hospital, 
Providence, R. I. (summer 1912). 

Charles Hansell Watt, S. B., David- 
son, 1906.— Resident House Of- 
ficer. 

Adriel Clark Weakley, A. B., George- 
town (Ky.) 1904. — Interne, Brook- 
lyn Hosp., N. Y. 

Lewis Hill Weed., A. B., Yale. 1908, 
and A. M., 1909. — Lab'y Experi- 
mental Surgery, Harvard Med. 
Sch., Boston. 

Paul Wegefarth, A. B., 1908 ; Stu- 
dent of Medicine, Freiburg, 1909- 
10. — Interne, Peter Bent. Brigham 
Hosp., Boston. 

Donald Breckenridge Wells, A. B., 
Yale, 1907. — City Hospital, Provi- 
dence, R. I. (summer of 1912) ; 
Interne, St. Luke's Hospital, N. Y. 

Alexander W T atson Williams, A. B., 
Harvard, 1908. — Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirmary. 

Francis Thomas Williams, A. B., 
1908. — Interne, The Providence 
Hosp., Washington, D. C. 

Eleanor Bittinger Wolf, A. B., 
Goucher, 1908. — Resident House 
Officer 

George Baney Wolff, A. B., Ursinus, 
1908. — Interne, Sheppard and 
Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson. 

James Augustus Wood, A. B., South- 
ern, 1907 ; Univ. of Ala., summer, 
1906. — Interne, N. Y. Foundling 
Hosp., N. Y. 

Harold Burton Woodward, S. B., 
Wesleyan (Conn.) 1908. — Interne, 
City Hosp., Waterbury, Conn. 
(81) 

(Total, 888) 



Places of Residence and Graduates in Medicine of the 
Johns Hopkins University 



Alabama: 

Birmingham, 7 

R. T. Comer, '01. 
K. W. Constantine, '05. 
C. E. Dowman, '05. 
H. Ginsburg, '10. 

F. A. Lupton, '99. 
E. M. Mason, '06. 

H. P. Shugerman, '08. 

Clayton, 1 

N. L. Winn, '06. 

Decatur, 1 

W. W. Dinsmore, '07. 

Gadsden, 1 

H. W. Bass, '06. 

Mobile, 2 

H. P. Cole, '06. 

G. J. Winthrop, '06. 

Montgomery, 2 

G. Ives, '11. 
P. B. Moss. '09. 

Alaska: 



Douglas, 1 

J. E. Meisenhalder, '02. 

Arizona: 

Phoenix, 2 

C. B. Palmer, '07. 
F. H. Redewill, '06. 

Arkansas : 

Hot Springs, 1 

J. H. Chesnutt, '07. 

California: 



Berkeley, 



C. L. Williams, '02. 
G. Y. Rusk, '00. 



Los Angeles, 9 

F. C. Ainley, '06. 

W. V. Brem, '04. 

J. L. Choate, '10. 

R. L. Cunningham, '07. 

F C. Davis, '00. 

R. F. Hastreiter, '01. 

C. L. Magee, '99. 

F. S. Ray, '08. 

R. R. Rea, '06. 

Mare Island, 1 

H. L. Kelley, '07. 

Palo Alto, 1 

C. D. Mosher, '00. 

Sacramento, 3 

E. Brings, '00. 
C. M. Faris, '05. 

F. F. Gundrum, '08. 

San Diego, 1 

R. S. Carter, '10. 

San Jose, 1 

L. E. Ray, '08. 

San Francisco, 14 

H. W. Allen, '00. 
E. E. Brownell, '99. 
J. V. Cooke, '08. 
A. L. Fisher, '00. 
S. L. Haas, '08. 
H. Harris, '99. 

G. W. Hartman, '07. 
S. Hyman, '02. 

A. G. Lyle, '02. 
R. Patek, '06. 
M. Silverberg, '02. 
J. Van Denburgh, '02. 
H. I. Wiel, '05. 
C. B. Wolfsohn, '11. 

Santa Monica, 1 

E. L. Crispin, '06. 

Stanford University, ... 1 

A. W. Meyer, '05. 

University of California, 1 

F. P. Gay, '01. 



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101 



Colorado: 

Colorado Springs, 2 

G. B. Gilbert, '07. 
W. W. Williams, '99. 

Denver, 3 

H. G. Garwood, '04. 

C. B. Ingraham, Jr., '06. 

M. Long, '03. 

Connecticut: 

Hartford, 17 

J. L. Birdsong, '09. 
H. N. Costello, '10. 
G. W. Cox, '11. 

C. D. Deming, '10. 
E. A. Deming, '08. 
W. L. Gills, '12. 

A. H. Griswold, '06. 
T. N. Hepburn, '05. 
H. G. Jarvis, '10. 
P. C. Jeans, '09. 
W. H. Licht, '11. 
H. A. Martelle, '05. 
H. C. Russ, '06. 
W. R. Steiner, '98. 

D. W. Tracy, '08. 
R. L. Waite, '09. 

E. A. Wells, '01. 

Litchfield, 1 

C. H. Turkington, '07. 

Middletown, 1 

H. Rinde, '08. 

New Britain, 1 

C. H. Travis, '03. 

New Haven, 7 

H. G. Barbour, '10. 
J. I. Butler, '01. 
J. M. Flint, '00. 

D. M. Lewis, '01. 
R. W. Nichols, '12. 
R. F. Rand, '00. 
H. M. Steele, '02. 

Norwich, 1 

P. J. Cassidy, '98. 

Stepway, 1 

G. A. Smith, '07. 

Thompsonville, 1 

T. E. Vail, '11. 

Waterbury, 1 

H. B. Woodward, '12. 

West Haven, 1 

R. D. Clarke, '08. 

Delaware : 



Laurel, 

J. R. Elliott, 



'09. 



f District of Columbia: 

Washington, 24 

F. M. Barnes, '07. 
J. A. Bass, '09. 
J. B. Briggs, '02. 
J. Dunlop, '02. 
W. G. Erving, '02. 
H. A. Fowler, '01. 
N. D. Graham, '01. 
M. Hahn, '07. 
H. H. Hazen, '06. 
H. M. Kaufman, '01. 
A. H. Kimball, '02. 

0. Kinsey, Jr., '11. 
L. C. Lehr, '02. 

J. W. Lindsay, '08. 

E. Lootz (Erving), '02. 

C. N. McBryde, '97. 
J. F. Mitchell, '97. 
E. L. Morgan, '11. 
H. P. Parker, '01. 
P. Preble, '07. 

E. H. Reede, '02. 

W. F. M. Sowers, '00. 
L. Tayler-Jones, '03. 

F. T. Williams, '12. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville, 8 

G. Day, '06. 

H. Hanson, '08. 

G. R. Holden, '01. 

E. L. Lowell (Stevens), '00. 

W. S. Manning, '03. 

J. H. Randolph, '04. 

C P. Rogers, '02. 

1. C. Youmans, '09. 

Talladega, * 

W. L. Thornton, '10. 

Georgia: 

Athens, 1 

D. H. DuPree, '07. 

Atlanta, 7 

M. L. Boyd, '07. 

L. M. Gaines, '03. 

J. F. Grant, '03. 

J. E. Paullin, '05. 

C. M. Reinsen, '04. 

C. A. Rhodes, '07. 

W. F. Shallenberger, '07. 

Augusta, 3 

W. D. Cutter, '05. 
W. C Kellogg, '00. 
O. D. Partridge. '07. 

Commerce, 1 

M. R. Fleming, '12. 

Macon, 2 

J. R. B. Branch, '08. 
M. D. Council, '11. 



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Milledgeville, 1 

J. H. Hewitt, '06. 

Savannah, 4 

V. H. Bassett, '03. 
W. R. Dancy, '00. 
R. M. Grimm, '08. 
W. S. Wilson, '04. 

Thomson, 1 

B. F. Riley, '03. 

Hawaii: 

Honolulu, 1 

W. D. Baldwin, '01. 
Illinois: 

Chicago, 9 

A. H. Beifeld, '07. 
H. F. Helmholtz, '06. 
G. R. Henry, '07. 

L. L. Iseman, '06. 
P. Kyes. '00. 
F. W. Lynch, '99. 
M. C. Pincoffs, '12. 
M. J. Rubel, '01. 
S. Strouse, '06. 

Evanston, 1 

P. O. Owsley, '99. 

Havana, 1 

C. H. Stubenrauch, '07. 

Jacksonville, 1 

E. G. Dewey, '03. 
Mattoon, 1 

W. G. Wallace, '09. 

Peoria, 1 

J. H, Bacon, '04. 

Urbana, 1 

J. H. Beard, '12. 

Indiana: 

Anderson, 1 

T. M. Jones, '02. 

Evansville, 1 

H. W. Little, '00. 

Indianapolis, 4 

C. P. Emerson, '90. 
W. D. Gatch, '07. 
E. B. Mumford, '05. 
J. V. Reed, 04. 

Lafayette, 1 

B. Z. Cashman, '09. 



Linton, 1 

A. A. Thomas, '08. 

Logansport, 1 

J. R. Stewart, '©». 

Madison, 1 

A. P. Harrison, '07. 

Petersburg, 1 

C. S. Little, '99. 

Iowa: 

Atlantic, 1 

M. Emmert, '09. 

Cedar Rapids, 1 

J. Crawford, '09. 

Davenport, 1 

J. T. Haller, '05. 

Des Moines, 1 

C. Burnside, '07. 

Independence, 1 

C. H. Bryant, '08. 

Iowa City, 1 

B. M. Edlavitch, '10. 

Mt. Vernon, 1 

F. F. Ebersole, '06. 

Kansas : 

Lawrence, 1 

J. Sundwall, '12. 

Leavenworth, 1 

H. D. Bloombergh, '01. 

Kentucky: 

Harrodsburg 1 

C. B. Van Arsdall, '02. 

Lexington, 1 

J. D. Hunt, '06. 

St. Matthews, 2 

C. F. de Angulo, '10. 
J. de Angulo, '11. 

Louisville, 1 

J. H. Hathaway, '01. 

Louisiana : 

New Orleans, 1 

R. B. Bean, '04. 



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103 



Maine: 

Bangor, 1 

B. Hunt, '11. 

Foxcroft, 1 

C. C. Hall, '10. 

Portland, 2 

W. B. Moulton, '03. 
P. P. Thompson, '06. 

Maryland : 



R. 


T. Abercrombie, '05. 


L. 


Adams, '11. 


M. 


T. Adkins, '07. 


C. 


R. Austrian, '09. 


w. 


S. Baer, '98. 


F. 


H. Baetjer, '01. 


W. 


A. Baetjer. '01. 


J. 


M. Bergland, '04. 


B. 


M. Bornheim, '05. 


W. 


E. Bird, '11. 


J. 


R. Blackman, '06. 


A. 


L. Bloomfield, '11. 


T. 


R. Boggs, '01. 


E. 


W. Bridgman, '12. 


B. 


Brooks, '11. 


T. 


R. Brown, '97. 


B. 


B. Browne, '02. 


H. 


Brlille, '00. 


R. 


M. Brans, '02. 


H. 


W. Buckler, '99. 


C. 


F. Burnam, '00. 


c. 


M. Byrnes, '06. 


w. 


A. Calihan, '10. 


D. 


B. Casler, '04. 


B. 


S. Chaffee, '12. 


T. 


R. Chambers, '10. 


J. 


A. Chatard, '03. 


A. 


M. Chesney, '12. 


J. 


W. Churchman, '02. 


E. 


R. Clark, '07. 


P. 


W. Clough, '07. 


J. 


Cohen, '12. 


H. 


T. Collenberg, '10. 


J. 


A. C. Colston, '11. 


S. 


J. Crowe, '08. 


w 


E. Dandy, '10. 


D. 


M. Davis, '11. 


E. 


G. Davis, '12. 


J. 


S. Davis, '99. 


S. 


A. Dodds, '05. 


G. 


C. Dohme, '02. 


R. 


Duffy, '02. 


W 


M. Dumm, '12. 


M. 


T. Edgerton, '12. 


C. 


R. Essick, '09. 


H. 


M. Evans, '08. 


C. 


B. Farrar, '00. 


R. 


Fayerweather, '03. 


J. 


S. Fischer, '03. 


W 


A. Fisher, '00. 


R. 


H. Follis, '99. 


W 


W. Ford, '98. 


W 


M. Fricke, '12. 


H 


Fried, '11. 


W 


A. Frontz, '11. 


J. 


T. Geraghty, '03. 


J. 


H. Gibbes, '12. 


B. 


W. Goodpasture, '12. 


H 


S. Greenbaum, '04. 


W 


. L. Grimes, '10. 


c. 


G. Guthrie. '07. 



R. 


W. Hall, '12. 


L. 


P. Hamburger, '97. 


L. 


V. Hamman, '01. 


F. 


Hazelhurst, '07. 


E. 


S. Hendry, '11. 


G 


J. Heuer, '07. 


A. 


D. Hirschfelder, '03. 


L. 


K. Hirshberg, '02. 


D, 


R. Hooker, '05. 


W. 


R. Hudson, '11. 


G. 


L. Hunner, '97. 


S. 


H. Hurwitz, '12. 


E. 


H. Hutchins, '06. 


11. 


Jeidell, '12. 


A. 


Keidel, '03. 


J. 


H. King, '06. 


L. 


W. Ketron, '11. 


B. 


S. Kline, '11. 


J. 


H. M. Knox, '98. 


s. 


P. Law (Mrs. McGlan 




nan), '07. 


M. 


Lazenby, '03. 


V. 


N. Leonard, '11. 


E. 


J. Leopold, '05. 


w. 


H. Lewis, '00. 


H. 


H. Loos, '12. 


J. 


A. Luetcher, '99. 


R. 


D. McClure, '08. 


W. 


B. McClure, '12. 


II. 


L. McNeil, '11. 


M. 


A. Maas, '11. 


D. 


I. Macht, '06. 


R. 


H. Major, '10. 


R. 


W. B. Mayo, '08. 


W. 


L. Millea, '12. 


s. 


R. Miller, '10. 


w. 


H. Morriss, '12. 


A. 


H. Morse, '06. 


w 


L. Moss, '05. 


J. 


C. Neel, '10. 


w. 


Neill, Jr., '12. 


F. 


K. Nichols, '10. 


G. 


C. Ney, '08. 


J. 


A. O'Donnell, '11. 


O. 


B. Pancoast, '97. 


w 


T. Parsons, '07. 


L. 


Pearce, '12. 


I. 


R. Pels, '06. 


C. 


A. Penrose, '97. 


E. 


L. Pessagno, '07. 


E. 


D. Plass, '11. 


J. 


H. Pleasants, '99. 


F. 


G. Porter, '08. 


J. 


P. Pratt, '10. 


C. 


W. Rand. '12. 


M. 


Reid, '12. 


H. 


I. Reynolds, '12. 


E. 


H. Richardson, '05. 


S. 


Rosenheim, '99. 


F. 


R. Sabin, '00. 


E. 


P. Sandrock, '07. 


P. 


B. Sarason, '12. 


J. 


I. Scarborough, '08. 


IT. 


C. Schmeisser. '12. 


G. 


B. Scholl, '02. 


N. 


P. Sears, '12. 


A. 


W. Sellards, '09. 


R. 


O. Sellman, '12. 


W 


G. Sexton, '11. 


w 


K. Skilling, '11. 


H. 


R. Slack, Jr., '12. 


P. 


J. Sladen, '06. 


J. 


M. Slemons, '01. 


W 


H. Smith, '03. 


R. 


R. Snowden, '11. 


L. 


C. Spencer, '11. 


T. 


P. Sprunt, '09. 


T. 


Starr, '12. 


H 


A. Stephenson, '10. 


H 


N. Stevenson 2d., '12. 


G. 


A. Stewart, '11. 



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H. B. Stone, '06. 

D. O. Streett, '12. 

E. It. Strobel, »99. 

G. L. Taneyhill, Jr., *04. 
H. S. Thompson, '09. 
C. B. Towles, '05. 
A. J. Underhill, '01. 
C. W. Vest, '08. 
L. H. Watklns, '09. 

C. H. Watt, '12. 
H. Watson, '10. 
O. W. Webb, '09. 
J. M. West, '01. 
G. H. Whipple, '05. 
A. W. Williams, '12. 

D. Williams, '02. 

M. C. Winternitz, '07. 

E. B. Wolf, '12. 
S. Wolman. '06. 

G. H. Woltereck, '09. 
L. V. Zartman, '10. 

Cumberland, 1 

J. H. Wilson, '08. 

Easton, 1 

A. M. Stevens, '11. 

Hagerstown, 1 

P. Wroth, '06. 

Manchester, 1 

W. R. S. Denner, '08. 

Princess Anne, 1 

H. M. Lankford, '05. 

Sanatorium, 1 

V. F. Cullen, '06. 

Massachusetts : 



Arlington, 1 

H. B. Webb, '06. 

Boston, 2 r i 

L. H. Burlingham, '06. 
H. A. Christian, '00. 

F. A. Coughlin, '08. 
W, M. Dunn, '11. 
E. G. Grey, '11. 

E. Goetscb, '09. 

E. Hale (Swift), '05. 

G. W. Hall, '01. 
A. Hubert, '11. 

H. T. Hutehins, '03. 
C. Jacobson, '11. 

E. E. Lindeman, '08. 
H. W. Marshall, '04. 
M. E. Morse, '03. 

H. G. Myrick, '00. 
J. H. Pratt, '98. 
L. J. Rhea, '05. 
■S. Rushmore, '02. 
W. R. Sisson, '12. 
T. Stearns, '12. 
W. L. Thompson, '04. 

F. H. Verhoef, '99. 
C. B. Walker, '11. 
J. C. Walker. '09. 
L. II. Weed, '12. 
P. Wegefarth, '12. 
W. S. Wyatt, '09. 



Cambridge, 2 

M. F. Austin (Southard), '00. 
II. L. Langnecker, '06. 

Fall River, 2 

E. S. Chace (Herbert), '01. 
M. W. Marvel, '00. 

Greenfield, 

W. K. Clarke, '08. 

Hathorne, 

W. B. Cornell, '03. 

New Bedford, 

G. Marsden, '06. 

Rehoboth, 

M. S. Packard, '97. 

Salem, 

E. K. Burbeck, '07. 

Waltham, 

O. L. Dascombe, '05. 

Worcester, 

R. S. Perkins, '11. 

Weston, 

A. M. Ballou (Eliot), 

Michigan: 



'05. 



Ann Arbor, 3 

A. W. Hewlett, '00. 
P. M. Dawson, '98. 
U. J. Wile, '07. 

Detroit, 7 

J. R. Carr, '04. 
G. L. Conner, '01. 
R. Conner, '01. 

N. S. Ferry, '02. 
C. R. Meloy, '06. 

B. R. Schenck, '98. 
H. N. Torrey, '06. 

Kalamazoo, * 

B. N. Epler, '99. 

Minnesota: 

Ceylon, 1 

R. T. Edwards, '04. 

Duluth, 2 

A. L. McDonald, '05. 
J. A. Winter, '06. 

Fergus Falls, 1 

K. J. Lee, '04. 

Keewatin, 1 

C. F. Carstens, '08. 



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105 



Minneapolis, 6 

H. W. Cook, '02. 

A. E. Johann, '10. 

M. P. Sims (Ulrich), '01. 

C. N. Spratt, '01. 

H. L. Ulrich, '01. 

C. B. Wright, '02. 

Rochester, 3 

E. F. Butler, '10. 
H. Z. Griffin, '04. 
W. C. McCarty, '04. 



St. Paul, 

E. D. Simpson, '12. 

Missouri: 



Columbia, 2 

W. J. Calvert, '98. 
D. H. Dolley, '02. 

Deering, 1 

D. W. Luten, '11. 

Kansas City, 5 

W. W. Duke, '08. 
M. Rohde, '12. 

E. H. Schorer, '06. 
H. F. Van Orden, '10. 
J. H. Whitcraft, '10. 

St. Louis, 18 

L. K. Baldauf, '05. 

J. S. Brotherhood, '08. 

W. M. C. Bryan, '02. 

J. R. Caulk, '06. 

G. S. Drake, '01. 

J. Erlanger, '99. 

A. O. Fisher, '09. 

R. F. Fisher, '12. 

M. A. Frankenthal, '02. 

R. Hopkins, '03. 

H. McCulloch, '12. 

D. H. Morse, '10. 

S. T. Nicholson, '10. 

E. L. Opie, '97. 

M. H. Post, Jr., '12. 
E. Sachs, '04. 
J. C. Salter, '01. 
H. J. Storrs, '04. 

Montana: 



Butte, 



C. H. Horst, '02. 
A. Karsted, '02. 



Great Falls, 

W. S. Bole, 

Nebraska: 



♦10. 



Omaha, 

M. Langfeld, 

Nevada: 



Tonopah, 



P. J. McDonnell, '08. 



New Jersey: 

Elizabeth, 1 

H. H. Robinson, '10. 

Franklin Furnace, 1 

F. P. Wilbur, '06. 

Montclair, 1 

F. G. Porter, '08. 

Orange, 4 

C. T. Brown, '07. 
T. W. Harvey, '09. 
K. Porter, '98. 
E. N. Riggins, '02. 

Roselle, 1 

E. H. Blauyelt, '03. 

New Mexico: 

Taos, 1 

M. B. Walker (Williams), '01. 

New York: 

Albany, 5 

J. M. Berry, '01. 
A. W. Elting, '98. 
C. H. Pelton, '12. 
J. A. Sampson, '99. 
C. K. Winne, '01. 

Auburn, 1 

H. I. Davenport, '05. 

Binghamton, 2 

A. S. Chittenden, '00. 
M. J. Ross, '07. 

Brooklyn, 13 

W. S. Bennett, '11. 
C. F. Bookwalter, '10. 

G. E. Brockway, '11. 

E. B. Carter, '11. 

J. T. Flanagan, '08. 

H. L. Gray, '06. 

L. A. Lynch, '03. 
W. H. Maddren, '01. 

R. E. Moore, '06. 

J. F. Morrison, '04. 

C. E. Rynd, '11. 

A. C. Weakley, '12. 

B. E. Wolfort, '06. 

Buffalo, 9 

H. Adsit. '06. 
J. L. Butsch, '12. 
A. H. Clark, '03. 
W. H. Glenny, '02. 

F. C. Goldsborough, '03. 
J. S. Lewis, '06. 

I. P. Lyon, '97. 

J. S. McFarland, '02. 

G. T. Tyler, '04. 

Canandaigua, 1 

R. Sanderson, '10. 



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Clifton Springs, 1 

F. R. Crawford, '11. 

Cortland, 1 

R. P. Higgins, '05. 

Ft. Porter, 1 

E. C. Hill, '07. 

Ft. H. G. Wright, 1 

J. R. Bosley, '01. 

Glens Falls, 1 

M. L. Haviland, '02. 

Governor's Island, 1 

H. Beeuwkes, '06. 

Liberty, 1 

H. B. Neagle, '03. 

Loomis, 1 

C. W. Mills, '08. 

Long Island City, 1 

S. A. Marshall, '02. 
New Brighton, 1 

C. R. Kingsley, '09. 

New Rochelle, 1 

O. H. Schell, '04. 

New York City, 81 

E. M. Armstrong, '10. 
J. Auer, '02. 

F. W. Bancroft, '06. 
J. V. Bedinger, '11. 
J. E. Bigelow, '12. 
E. Boebm, '10. 

P. M. Bogart 

(Mrs. Van Voast), '06. 
J. R. Booth, '11. 
C. T. Brown, '07. 
M. T. Burrows, '09. 
C. C. Cody, Jr., '10. 
T. H. Coffen, '06. 
R. I. Cole, '99. 

E. V. Coolahan, '08. 
B. S. Denzer, '10. 

W. T. DeSautelle, '11. 
T. A. Devan, '10. 
A. R. Dochez, '07. 
R. U. Drinkard, '08. 
R. L. Engle, '10. 
N. B. Foster, '02. 
W. R. Frantz, '12. 
H. M. Gallagher, '11. 

F. M. Hanes, '08. 
W. E. Hart, '09. 

T. W. Hastings, '98. 
W. H. Hawkins, '11. 
R. F. Hegeman, '10. 
W. P. Healy, '00. 
R W. Hellenbrand, '07. 
E. S. Hellweg, '07. 
J. Hemenway 

(Mrs. J. H. Kenyon), '04. 
W. B. Hetfield, '11. 
M. C. Hill, '08. 
J. M. Hitzrot, '01. 



J. 


G. Hopkins, '07. 


N 


ii. Jeniion, '11. 


N. 


M. Keith, '11. 


W 


E. H. Krechting, '0( 


L. 


B. Lange, '11. 


G. 


U. Light, '98. 


H. 


D. Long, '03. 


W 


T. Longcope, '01. 


w 


G. Lough, '12. 


o. 


S. Lowsley, '12. 


W 


G. MacCallum, '97. 


B. 


Mann, '09. 


W 


H. Manwaring, '04. 


C. 


Meltzer (Auer), '00. 


X. 


Mills. '12. 


D. 


E. Monroe, '10. 


J. 


B. Murphy, '09. 


W 


B. Newcomb, '10. 


T. 


G. Orr, '10. 


C. 


A. Potter, '11. 


R. 


S. Preston. '08. 


S. 


I. Rainforth, '03. 


c. 


D. Reid, '12. 


c. 


Ricksher, '05. 


G. 


C. Robinson, '03. 


A. 


S. Rosenfeld, '11. 


F. 


P. Rous, '05. 


A. 


Rucker, '11. 


D. 


M. Sawyer, '11. 


O. 


M. Schloss, '05. 


M. 


Seagrave, '11. 


M. 


B. Sponsler, '11 


R. 


L. Stacy, '08. 


A. 


R. Stevens, '03. 


E. 


Stillman, '11. 


H. 


R. Stone, '04. 


A. 


Strauss, '12. 


B. 


T. Terry, '04. 


H. 


C. Thacher, '06. 


W. 


M. Thalhimer, '08. 


E. 


E. Walker, '98. 


G. 


W. Warren, '01. 


M. 


Warren, '00. 


D. 


B. Wells, '12. 


J. 


K. Wiener, '11. 


J. 


A. Wood, '12. 



Ogdensburg, 1 

R. H. Dunning, '11. 

Olean, 1 

R. B. Morris, '10. 

Otisville, 1 

W. H. White, '07. 

Port Chester, 1 

G. Sands, '98. 

Rochester, 5 

S. J. Appelbaum, '08. 
C. W. Hennington, '06. 
C. L. Hincher, '07. 
N. G. Orchard, '07. 
H. S. Schumacher, '07. 

Roslyn, L. I., 1 

J. K. Worthington, '08. 

Saranac Lake, 3 

L. Brown, '00. 

A. K. Krause, '07. 

J. L. Nichols, '97. 



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Schaghticoke, 1 

A. E. Beale, '00. 

Syracuse, 5 

L. D. Bristol, '07. 
O. H. Cobb, '06. 
A. Dutcher, '01. 
F. M. Meader, '09. 
H. S. Steensland, '99. 

Troy, 2 

H. W. Carey, '01. 
H. P. Sawyer, '06. 

Utica, 5 

F. H. Church. '06. 
J. W. Clarke, '02. 
J. W. W. Dimon, '09. 
F. R. Ford, '05. 
F. T. Owens, '07. 

West Point, 1 

C. D. Cowles, '05. 

White Plains, 1 

H. W. Smith (Brown), '11. 

Yonkers, 2 

R. B. Scofield, '07. 
W. J. Vogeler, '04. 

North Carolina: 



Asheville, 

F. W. Griffith, '06. 

Chapel Hill, 

W. H. Brown, '07. 

Charlotte, 

A. G. Brenizer, '08. 

Ft. Caswell, 

E. S. Moore (McKinney), ' 

Greensboro, 

W. F. Cole, '09. 

Laurinburg, 

R. Duffy, '02. 

Raleigh, 

C. A. Shore, '07. 

Salisbury, 

J. A. Caldwell, '04. 

Wilmington, 2 

J. Akerman, '00. 
R. B. Slocum, '05. 

Winston-Salem, 2 

E. P. Gray, '06. 
A. de T. Valk. '10. 



North Dakota: 

Fargo, 1 

M. P. Rindlaub, '05. 

Willow City, 1 

H. L. Youtz, '05. 



Ohio: 



Canton, 1 

C. A. LaMont, '08. 

Cincinnati, 5 



W. F. Jelke, '02. 
E. F. Malone, '07. 
M. E. Nast (Wherry), 
W. O. Pauli, '07. 
P. G. Woolley, '00. 



'06. 



M. 


B. 


Bonta, 


♦04. 


C. 


A. 


Bowers, 


'12. 


W. 


D. 


Fullerton. '11. 


J. 


E. 


Gammon, 


'12. 


E. 


L. 


Gilcreest, '10. 


F. 


A. 


Glass, '12 


E. 


O. 


Grant, ' 


11. 


H. 


Hempstead 


'05. 


J. 


A. 


Hunnicutt, '11. 


T. 


S. 


Keyser, 


'11. 


L. 


w 


Ladd, 


'99. 


s. 


L. 


Ledbetter, '10. 


D. 


Marine, '0 


:>. 


H. 


W 


. Masenhimer, '08. 


W 


H 


Norton 


'10. 


R. 


G. 


Perkins 


'98. 


W. 


B. 


Rogers, 


'10. 


O. 


T. 


Schultz, 


'03. 


H. 


G. 


Sloan, 


'06. 


J. 


T. 


Smith, 


'07. 


C. 


W. 


Stone, 


'05. 


H. 


L. 


Taylor, 


'10. 


H. 


R. 


Wahl, 


12. 


Colui 


nbi 
J. 


IS, .. . 




J. 


Coons, ' 


02. 



Corning, 

H. L. Conner, '10. 

Jefferson, 

H. Dudley, '03. 

Nelsonville, 

H. L. Connett, '09. 

Oxford, 

H. M. Moore, '99. 

Springfield, 

C. L. Jones, '03. 

Toledo, 3 

L. F. Smead, '05. 
C. G. Souder, '07. 
A. L. Steinfeld, '01. 

Youngstown, 1 

H. C. Evans, '00. 



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Oklahoma: 

Ft. Sill, 1 

T. L. Ferenbaugh, '09. 

Guthrie, 1 

F. Y. Cronk, '07. 

Oregon: 

Portland, 5 

H. B. Fenton, '10. 
J. F. Ortschild, '06. 
S. W. Schaefer, '09. 
L. Selling, '08. 
O. B. Wight, '02, 

Panama: 

Ancon, 1 

A. B. Herrick, '98. 

Panama City, 2 

W. J. Weese, '11. 

C. M. Winn, '11. 

Pennsylvania: 

Altoona, 1 

B. G. Birge, '07. 

Bethlehem (South), ... 1 

W. L. Estes, '09. 

Bradford, 1 

P. R. Straight, '06. 

Erie, 2 

B. S. Putts, '06. 
T. P. Tredway, '10. 

Greencastle, 1 

T. H. Gilland, '11. 

Hanover, 1 

E. W. Stick, '09. 

Harrisburg, 1 

R. F. L. Ridgway, '06. 

Johnstown, 1 

D. P. Ray, '07. 

Lebanon, 1 

G. R. Pretz, '09. 

Newville, 1 

P. W. McLaughlin, '07. 

Philadelphia, 15 

W. H. Blakeslee, '01. 

F. C. Child, '09. 
J. Collinson, '10. 

E. M. L'Engle, '02. 
M. Herrington, '06. 
S. D. Ludlum, '02. 



B. B. V. Lyon, '07. 

J. H. Oppenheimer, '08. 
G. Peirce, '07. 

D. B. Pfeiffer, '06. 
A. Randall, '07. 

C. W. Riley, '07. 
H. M. Smith, '01. 
A. W. Tallant, '02. 
L. Tuttle, '07. 

Pittsburgh, 14 

M. H. Baker, '10. 
T. Baker, '04. 
L. C. Bixler, '03. 
C. C. Brown, '12. 
W. E. Carson, '07. 
R. J. Cary, '12. 
A. H. Eggers, '00. 
C. C. Hartrnan, '11. 
W. Marshall, '03. 

E. A. Miller, '12. 
R. T. Miller, '03. 
J. W. Sheetz, '10. 
P. R. Sieber, '11. 
J. S. Willock, '04. 

Pottsville, 1 

M. B. Kingsbury, '06. 

Royersford, 1 

H. Graber, '07. 

Wilkes-Barre, 2 

R. J. Shale, '12. 
S. D. Wyckoff, '99. 

York, 3 

C. H. May, '08. 

E. W. Meisenhelder, '02. 

L. S. Weaver, *04. 

Philippine Islands: 

Manila, 5 

E. R. Gentry, '09. 
P. K. Gilman, '05. 
R. W. Hammack, '11. 
T. Lamson, '01. 

R. P. Strong, '97. 

Rhode Island: 

Newport, 1 

F. Schmitter, '03. 

Providence, 10 

F. D. Bullock, '07. 
M. Y. Dabney, '12. 
M. S. Danforth, '05. 
F. T. Fulton, '99. 
H. J. Hoye, '99. 
W. E. Leaper, '11. 
R. G. McAliley, '11. 
J. A. McCann, '08. 
E. A. Stone, '00. 
A. L. Walters, '12. 

South Carolina: 

Aiken, 1 

E. S. Cross, '06. 



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Columbia, 1 

E. Cooper, '10. 

Manning, 1 

M. Weinberg, '10. 

South Dakota: 

Pierre, 1 

T. F. Riggs, '03. 

Tennessee: 

Chattanooga, 1 

H. Q. Fletcher, '09. 

Memphis, 1 

L. W. Haskell, '03. 

Nashville, 1 

C. E. Brush, '03. 

Texas : 

Corpus Christi, 1 

J. D. Cohn, '11. 

El Paso, 2 

W. W. Waite, '06. 
M. B. Wesson, '10. 

Fort Worth, 2 

F. C. Beall, '06. 
K. H. Beall, '05. 

Memphis, 1 

W. Wilson, '04. 

San Antonio, 2 

R. I. Nixon, '09. 
J. L. Robinson, '08. 

Utah: 

Salt Lake City, 1 

A. J. Ridges, '08. 

Vermont: 

Bellows Falls, 1 

I. H. Prouty, '11. 

St. Johnsburg, 1 

W. G. Ricker, '04. 

Virginia: 

Abingdon, 1 

G. V. Litchfield, '02. 

Charlottsville, 2 

H. T. Marshall, '98. 
S. H. Watts, '01. 



Fairfax, l 

H. Fletcher, '00. 

Lynchburg, 1 

J. B. Holmes, '12. 

Manchester, 1 

M. P. Rucker, '03. 

Norfolk, 3 

S. W. Budd, '09. 
G. E. Chinn, '03. 
J. M. Love, '04. 

Onley, 1 

W. F. Kellam, '06. 

Richmond, 4 

A. W. Freeman, '05. 
W. H. Higgins, '08. 
K. E. Miller, '12. 
V. Vanderhoof, '05. 

Roanoke, 5 

C. L. Andrews, '12. 

0. C. Foote, '12. 

G. B. Lawson, '05. 
H. R. McAllister, '12. 
R. L. Rhodes, '10. 

Soldiers' Home, 1 

J. R. Frow, '08. 

Washington : 

Everson, 1 

G. E. Rehberger, '05. 

Garfield, 1 

G. M. MacGregor, '02. 

Seattle, 6 

C. F. Davidson, '07. 
H. J. Davidson, '05. 

1. B. Green, '07. 
E. C. Gross, '11. 

E. R. Kelley, '06. 
H. J. Knott, '11. 

Spokane, 1 

F. Hinman, '06. 

West Virginia: 

Charleston, 1 

G. H. White, Jr., '06. 

Fairmont, 1 

C. M. Ramage, '10. 

Morgantown, 2 

J. N. Simpson, '02. 
C. E. Watson, '10. 

Stotesbury, 1 

O. G. Merriam, '11. 



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Wheeling, 1 

J. E. Burns, '08. 

Wisconsin: 

Beloit, 1 

E. B. Brown, '06. 

Eau Claire, 1 

H. F. Derge, '08. 

Green Lake, 1 

A. J. Wiesender, '09. 

Madison, 7 

C. R. Bardeen, '97. 

C. H. Bunting, '01. 
J. A. E. Eyster, '05. 
A. S. Lovenhart, '03. 
N. O. Nelson, '04. 

D. M. Reed (Mendenhall), '07. 
O. M. Swett (Bunting), '01. 

Menomine, 1 

A. Egdahl, '04. 

Milwaukee, 11 

C. A. Baer, '05. 
P. H. Dernehl, '07. 

F. J. Gaenslen, '03. 
C. F. Hardy, '02. 

A. C. Kissling, '11. 
W. L. LeCron, '08. 

J. D. Madison, '98. 

R. L. Schultz, '12. 

L. M. Warfield, '01. 

R. G. Washburn, '04. 

J. L. Yates, '99. 

Wauwatosa, 1 

H. M. Senseny, '10. 

Foreign. 



Arabia: 

Kuwait, 1 

P. W. Harrison, '08. 

Austria: 

Vienna, 2 

M. S. Haynes (Heissig), '02. 
R. A. Kocher, '12. 

Canada: 

Montreal, 1 

W. W. Francis, '02. 

Winnipeg (Man.), 1 

W. P. Morrill, '08. 



China: 

Changsha, 1 

E. H. Hume, '01. 

Chaochowf u, 1 

S. M. Grier (Lesher), '05. 

Fen Cho f u, 1 

P. T. Watson, '07. 

Haichow, 2 

R. Bennett (Morgan), '04. 
L. S. Morgan, '04. 

Hwai Yuen, 1 

A. G. Murdoch, '06. 

Nanking, 1 

P. S. Evans, '99. 

Peking, 3 

F. J. Hall, '05. 
A. E. Lee, '06. 

C. W. Young, '03. 

Shanghai, 1 

H. S. Houghton, '05. 

Wei Hsien, 1 

R. W. Dunlap, '07. 

Germany: 

Berlin, 4 

E. M. Girdwood (Peirce), '09. 
W. E. Grove, '08. 

G. Peirce, '07. 
A. Rohde, '10. 

Breslau, 1 

J. W. Rosenfeld, '10. 

Freiburg, 1 

A. F. Mattice, '10. 

Marburg, 1 

R. O. Fuerbringer, '08. 

Munich, 1 

J. R. Miller, '11. 

India: 

Wai, 1 

R. Fairbanks (Beals), '00. 

Lakawn, 1 

E. C. Cort, '07. 



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Persia: 



Hamadan, 

M. D. Allen, '10. 

Switzerland: 



Berne, 

E. R. Wiese, '11. 



Turkey: 

Constantinople, 



D. C. Walton, '09. 



Europe, 6 



V. B. Appleton, '06. 
L. W. Gorham, '10. 
T. H. Wenning, '10. 
A. W. Morrison, '10. 
E. Rosencrantz, '04. 
H. Lisser, '11. 



GENERAL STATEMENT 



The Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity was opened for the instruction of students Octo- 
ber, 1893. It is an integral and coordinate part of the 
University, and is in the closest affiliation with the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, the professors of the various clinical 
branches being the heads of the corresponding depart- 
ments in the Hospital. 

The required period of study for the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine is four years. The instruction begins on the 
morning of the first Tuesday of October. Candidates for 
admission are required to be present on the preceding 
Friday (see the Calendar, page 7). The graduating exer- 
cises are held on the second Tuesday of June. There are 
short recesses at Christmas and Easter. 

The course of instruction is planned for the professional 
training of those who have received a liberal education, 
as indicated by a collegiate degree in arts or science, in- 
cluding a reading knowledge of French and German and 
adequate training in those branches of science, such as 
physics, chemistry and biology, which underlie the medi- 
cal sciences. Men and women are admitted upon the 
same terms. 

Throughout the course special emphasis is laid upon 
practical work in the laboratories and in the dispensary 
and wards of the hospital. While the aim of the School 
is primarily to train practitioners of medicine and sur- 
gery, it is recognized that the medical art should rest 
upon a suitable preliminary education and upon thorough 
training in the underlying medical sciences. The first 
two years are devoted mainly to practical work, com- 
bined with demonstrations, recitations and lectures, in 
the laboratories of anatomy, physiology, physiological 

112 



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chemistry, pharmacology, pathology and bacteriology. 
During the last two years the student is given abundant 
opportunity for the personal study of sick patients, and 
most of his time is spent in the hospital wards or dis- 
pensary, and in the clinical laboratories. 

Each year twelve members of the graduating class are 
appointed to serve as resident house officers in the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, and in addition a certain number are 
afforded the opportunity of serving as "externes" in the 
Hospital and Dispensary. See "Hospital Appointments" 
p. 181. 

All inquiries should be addressed to the Dean of the 
Johns Hopkins Medical School. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



As candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine the 
School receives: 

I. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chem- 
ical-Biological course which leads to the A. B. degree in 
this University (Group Y. course preliminary to medi- 
cine). 

II. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools 
who can furnish evidence: (a) That they have an ac- 
quaintance with Latin and a reading knowledge of French 
and German; (6) That they have such knowledge of 
biology, chemistry and physics, as may be obtained by a 
year's course in these subjects, when accompanied by 
laboratory work.* 



♦While a year's laboratory work in physics, chemistry and biol- 
ogy is accepted as fulfilling the minimum requirements for en- 
trance, attention is called to the fact that in chemistry, at least, 
this amount of work does not suffice to prepare the student to 
follow with advantage the chemical side of medical studies. In 
the preliminary medical course provided in this University, two 
years of chemical work are required. All intending students are 
advised to arrange for this amount of laboratory instruction in 
the subject, including some work in organic chemistry. 



114 Medical Department [070 

III. Those who give evidence by examination that they 
possess the general education implied by a degree in arts 
or in science from an approved college or scientific school, 
and in addition, the knowledge of French, German, Latin, 
physics, chemistry, and biology above indicated. 

Thus far, no students have been accepted under this 
special provision.** 

Application Blanks. — Application for admission 
should be made to the Dean, who will furnish blanks, re- 
lating to the previous courses of study of the applicant. 

The blanks should be filled out and returned promptly, 
when the applicant will be notified of the probabilities 
of his acceptance with or without conditions. 

Certificates. — Applicants are required to furnish cer- 
tificates, from officers of the college or scientific schools 
at which they have studied, as to the courses pursued in 
physics, chemistry, and biology. 



Biology. — In addition to the usual class work, the instruction 
must include a year's laboratory course of six or more hours a 
week upon the structure, functions and life-histories of selected 
types of animal and plant life. Courses in botany or zoology will 
be accepted provided the laboratory work has been adequate. It 
is desirable that the course should include laboratory instruction 
in embryology. 

Chemistry. — The minimum requirement is a course in general 
chemistry for one year. This must include five hours of labora- 
tory work a week throughout the year, and lectures and class- 
room work covering the outlines of inorganic chemistry and the 
elements of organic chemistry, somewhat as presented in Rem- 
sen's "Introduction to the Study of Chemistry." 

Physics. — A collegiate course for at least one year is required. 
This must include four hours a week of class-room work and at 
least three hours a week of quantitative work in the laboratory. 
Special attention should be given to theoretical mechanics and to 
the mechanical and electrical experiments. 

Latin. — The candidate should have studied Latin grammar and 
should possess at least such knowledge of the language as may be 
acquired by reading four books of Csesar or their equivalent. 

**Applicants who are deficient in either French or German or in 
laboratory work in physics, but fulfill the requirements in other 
respects, may be admitted conditionally, on the understanding 
that the condition must be absolved before the beginning of the 
second year. 



671] Requirements for Admission 115 

Exemption from Entrance Examination. — Those who 
possess a degree in arts or sciences from an approved col- 
lege or scientific school, and in addition furnish satisfac- 
tory certificates concerning their training in physics, 
chemistry and biology, with evidence of acquaintance with 
Latin and a reading knowledge of French and German, 
are admitted without examination. 

Special Workers. — Special workers, not candidates 
for a degree, will be received at the discretion of the 
Faculty. 

Admission to Advanced Standing 

Applicants for admission to advanced standing must 
furnish evidence (1) that the foregoing terms of admis- 
sion as regards preliminary training have been fulfilled, 
(2) that medical courses equivalent in kind and amount 
to those given in this school in the year or years preceding 
that to which admission is desired, have been satisfac- 
torily completed, and (3) they must pass examinations at 
the beginning of the session in October in the subjects 
already pursued by the class to which admission is sought. 
The applicant must have studied as a matriculated medi- 
cal student in an approved medical school for a period of 
time at least equal to that already spent by the class 
which he seeks to enter. Certificates of standing else- 
where cannot be accepted in place of these examinations. 



Persons who have already received the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine elsewhere, will not be admitted as candidates 
for that degree from this University. Should further in- 
struction be desired, they are advised to enter as gradu- 
ate students. 



GENERAL PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 



Each year is divided into trimesters, the first extending 
from October to the Christmas recess, the second from 
January to March 15, and the third from March 15, to the 
end of the academic year. 

As the student upon entrance is required to show evi- 
dence of an adequate collegiate training in physics, gen- 
eral chemistry, and general biology, these subjects do not 
form a part of the curriculum of this school. 

The first two years of the course are devoted mainly to 
the fundamental medical sciences, the larger part of the 
time being spent in practical work in the laboratories. 
In the last two years the various clinical branches are 
studied in the wards of the Hospital, the dispensary, and 
in the clinical laboratories. 

The principal studies of the first year are human 
anatomy, histology, neurology, bacteriology, physiology, 
and physiological chemistry. 

The study of anatomy and of physiology is continued 
in the second year, together with general pathology, 
pathological anatomy and histology, pharmacology, and 
toxicology. During the last trimester of the second year 
instruction is begun in physical diagnosis and in certain 
surgical methods, as an introduction to the clinical work 
of the succeeding years. 

The arrangement of the courses during the first two 
years follows a definite plan that has two purposes in 
view: First, to secure that logical sequence of studies 
which is generally recognized as desirable, and second, to 
enable the student to concentrate his work at certain 
periods upon some one subject or upon closely allied sub- 
jects. The various studies are not, however, entirely 

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673] General Plan of Instruction 117 

separated from one another, but are arranged to overlap, 
so that a student makes a beginning in one subject before 
he has completed his work in the study that is a natural 
antecedent to it. 

The major portion of the work of these years is obliga- 
tory for all students, but the time is so arranged that 
certain elective courses may be selected; thereby making 
it possible either to give more time to the obligatory 
courses, or to do special work along related lines. When 
any elective course has been selected it must be completed 
satisfactorily if credit is to be obtained for it. 

As the third and fourth years are devoted to practical 
medicine, they can not be taken up until the student has 
obtained credit for a prescribed minimum of work in the 
underlying sciences. At present, thirty units of work 
are required in the first two years. Each unit is a course 
or group of courses of instruction equivalent to five hours 
a week for one trimester, so that it will be necessary for 
the student to take five units of work, obligatory and 
elective, during each trimester, in order to complete in 
two years the requirements for entrance upon the clinical 
studies. The system, however, permits him to spend an 
additional trimester or longer in the preparatory work, 
should it prove necessary or desirable. 

The work of the third year is largely obligatory. Dur- 
ing this year the student attends the clinics and dispen- 
sary exercises in medicine and surgery, and completes the 
required work in obstetrics, gynecology and nervous 
diseases. 

For the morning work the class is divided into four 
groups. During the first hour each group receives in- 
struction in obstetrics, gynecology or surgery, and from 
ten o'clock to noon the time is devoted to practical work 
in the medical, surgical and nervous departments of the 
Dispensary. From 12 noon to 1 p. m. the entire class 
attends the large amphitheatre clinics in medicine or 
surgery. 



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The afternoons are devoted mainly to laboratory work 
in clinical microscopy and surgical pathology. Some in- 
struction is also given in practical therapeutics and 
pharmacy, thus completing the pharmacological work of 
the previous year. Moreover, short propadeutical courses 
are given to familiarize the student with the use of the 
ophthalmoscope and laryngoscope. On certain after- 
noons there are also offered a number of short elective 
courses of a practical character, and each student is re- 
quired to select from them a sufficient amount of work 
to give him a credit of one and a half units — the unit for 
the last two years being defined as a course or group of 
courses equivalent to six hours a week for one trimester. 

In the fourth year, the class is divided into three 
groups, each working in rotation for one trimester in 
medicine or surgery, or in certain elective courses. For 
one-third of their time the students are given an oppor 
tunity to vary their studies according to their special 
needs, and may choose from a large number of elective 
courses. 

Each student must complete 18 units of work during 
the year, 12 of which are obligatory and 6 elective. The 
obligatory work consists of six units in medicine, three 
units in surgery, one unit in ophthalmology, one unit 
which may be selected from laryngology, dermatology, 
pediatrics, genito-urinary surgery, orthopedics or neurol- 
ogy, as well as attendance upon a weekly amphitheatre 
clinic in medicine, and upon a group of lectures in medi- 
cal zoology, psychiatry, hygiene, medical jurisprudence 
and medical ethics, which together count as one unit. 

The elective work is arranged in major, minor and frac- 
tional courses. The former occupy 3 or 2y 2 hours a day 
throughout one trimester, according as the classes are in 
the morning or afternoon, and count as 3 or 2^ units re- 
spectively. In the minor courses, which count as one 
unit, one hour a day throughout one trimester or two 
hours a day for one-half a trimester are devoted to the 



G75] General Plan of Instruction 119 

subject; while several fractional courses may be combined 
in order to make one unit. Students choosing these 
courses must register at the Dean's office and will be ex- 
pected to perform the work satisfactorily and to submit 
to an examination at its close. Elective courses must be 
followed to the end of the trimester, after having been 
once chosen. 

The obligatory work in medicine requires, at least, six 
hours of w r ork a day for one trimester. The members of 
the medical group act as clinical clerks in the medical 
w^ards of the hospital, a certain number of beds being as- 
signed to each student. They take the histories and keep 
the notes of cases, and under the guidance and direction 
of the resident physician make the necessary examina- 
tions. They accompany the physician-in-chief or some 
member of the staff in the daily ward-rounds, write the 
history of the new patients, are questioned as to the re- 
sults of their examinations, and receive special bedside 
and laboratory instruction. In surgery, the student gives 
three hours a day during one trimester to attendance 
upon the ward-rounds, operating-rooms and the surgical 
laboratories. The members of this group take the his- 
tories of patients in the wards and act as surgical dress- 
ers. They make the morning visits with the surgeon-in- 
chief or the resident surgeon, and have daily opportuni- 
ties to become familiar with the diagnosis, management 
and progress of surgical cases. They witness and assist 
at operations, and are given an opportunity to take an 
elective course in operative surgery upon animals. 

From the above statements, it will be seen that, the 
time of each student during the fourth year is divided as 
follows: trimester A, practical work in medicine during 
the entire day; trimester B, practical work in surgery 
during the mornings ; and in the afternoons, short obliga- 
tory courses in ophthalmology and in one of the special 
branches of medicine; trimester C, six units of elective 
work. The courses so elected may continue the practical 



120 Medical Department [676 

work in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynecology, etc., or 
may bear upon the special branches of medicine, or may 
be taken in the scientific laboratories. Each student, in 
other words, after completing certain minimal require- 
ments, chiefly in medicine and surgery, may extend his 
knowledge by taking a number of short clinical courses 
in different departments, or he may concentrate his atten- 
tion upon the work of a few departments. 



CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES 



Abundant and varied clinical material is afforded by 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary. The Johns 
Hopkins Hospital occupies a site of fourteen acres im 
mediately adjoining the grounds of the Medical School; 
some of the laboratories of the School are in the Hospital 
buildings. The Hospital is unusually complete and well- 
equipped. It comprises a large administration building, 
and separate buildings for the pay-wards, free- wards, dis- 
pensary and amphitheatre, laboratories, nurses' home, 
laundry, kitchen, etc. Practically all of the instruction 
of the fourth-year class, and most of the work of the 
third-year class is given in the Hospital and Dispensary. 

The Hospital is governed by its own Board of Trustees, 
and has an ample endowment independent of that of the 
University and its Medical School, but the relations be- 
tween the two institutions are of the most intimate kind. 
The Superintendent of the Hospital and all its chief of- 
ficers are also members of the Medical Faculty, so that 
the entire practice in the Hospital is under the control 
of the professors of the Medical School and their assist- 
ants. By this arrangement ample material is obtained 
for thorough clinical instruction in the various branches 
of medicine and surgery, including the specialties. 



677] Clinical Opportunities 121 

The lying-in department of the Hospital and the out- 
patient obstetrical service supply opportunities for prac- 
tical training in obstetrics, and the Harriet Lane John- 
stone Home for Invalid Children and the Phipps Psy- 
chiatric Clinic, when completed, will afford abundant 
facilities for instruction in Pediatrics and Psychiatry. 

The clinical amphitheatre and operating rooms are in 
the Surgical building of the Hospital. This building 
furnishes facilities for the instruction of third and 
fourth year students in surgery and medicine. It con- 
tains, upon the first floor adjoining the dispensary, 
several operating rooms for accident and minor surgical 
cases. Upon the third floor a recitation and lecture room 
is provided, in connection with special rooms for the 
study of surgical pathology. There are also X-ray rooms, 
examination rooms, and treatment rooms. In the fourth 
and fifth stories are the surgical amphitheatre, and 
several smaller operating rooms, and the necessary prepa- 
ration, etherizing and recovery rooms. In the basement 
a suite of rooms is thoroughly equipped for work in 
genito-urinary surgery. 

On the first floor there is a large amphitheatre for the 
demonstration of medical cases, and various small rooms 
for those who are pursuing special studies in physical 
diagnosis. The building also contains the several labora- 
tories belonging to the medical clinic ; namely, the general 
clinical laboratory, the biological laboratory, the physio- 
logical laboratory, the bio-chemical laboratory, etc. 

The Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine 
has been built especially for instruction in pathological 
physiology and in operative surgery upon animals. It is 
thoroughly equipped and offers facilities to students for 
acquiring direct experience in surgical technique and the 
experimental methods applicable to medical research, 
under the supervision of competent instructors. 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps a separate 
out-patient building has been provided for the care and 



122 Medical Department [078 

study of patients suffering from tuberculosis. This build- 
ing, which is adjacent to the Dispensary, is not only 
admirably equipped for the care of patients, but also for 
the laboratory investigation of the various problems con- 
nected with the disease. 

The Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children (See Ap- 
pendix, XI) will be ready for use during the session of 
1911-1912, and will afford abundant facilities for instruc- 
tion in diseases of children. It is situated on the grounds 
of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and will be in charge of 
the Professor of Pediatrics in the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. This hospital will accommodate 100 patients 
and will be provided with an out-patient department. 

Through the courtesy of the Supervisors of City Chari- 
ties of Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins University has the 
privilege for part of the year of utilizing for clinical in- 
struction the patients in the various departments of the 
City Hospitals at Bay View. During the first trimester 
practical instruction in mental diseases is given to the 
fourth-year class; and during the third trimester the 
wards of the general and tubercular hospitals will be 
utilized for the instruction of third-year students in 
medicine, surgery and pathology. 



THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 



In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, under date of June 12th, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps 
of New York, proposed to erect a Psychiatric Hospital in 
connection with the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to provide 
for the better care of patients suffering from mental dis- 
ease, especially in its earlier and curable stage, under con- 
ditions similar to those in a general hospital. He offered 
the funds necessary for the erection of a psychiatric hos- 



679] The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 123 

pital on the grounds of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to 
afford accommodation for about sixty patients and to con- 
tain the necessary laboratory facilities, hydrotherapeutic 
apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment, and 
furthermore, to give to the Johns Hopkins University 
additional funds for the establishment of a professorship 
of psychiatry and adequate assistantships thereto for a 
period of ten years from the opening of the clinic. This 
generous offer was immediately accepted by the Trustees 
of the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, and the 
respective Boards elected Dr. Adolph Meyer of New York, 
Professor of Psychiatry on the part of the University and 
Director of the Clinic on the part of the Hospital. The 
building thus provided for is now in process of erection, 
and the clinic will be ready for the admission of patients 
and for the instruction of students in 1912. 



MEDICAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS 



By the action of the Board of Trustees of the University 
taken March 7th, 1904, the appointment of an official med- 
ical adviser to the students of the Medical Department 
was authorized. This officer is to have a definite hour for 
consultation, and when requested, is expected to visit in 
their own homes, such students as are too ill to meet him 
at his consultation hour, and to obtain, when necessary, 
the services of specialists for special examination and 
treatment. This service is without cost to the students, 
the salary of the Adviser being paid by the University. 
Dr. F. J. Sladen, Eesident Physician to the Hospital and 
Associate in Medicine in the University, holds this posi- 
tion for the present academic year. 

In order to guard more carefully the health of the stu- 
dents, the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty decided, 



124 Medical Department [680 

in 1909, that all entering students would be asked to 
undergo a medical examination. A careful physical ex- 
amination is made and the results are recorded and placed 
upon file. If the results are unsatisfactory the student 
is given appropriate advice in regard to his future work. 
During the month of October each student is expected to 
report to one of a group of selected physicians for this 
purpose. 

A competent physician has also been appointed to 
supervise the hygienic conditions of all boarding houses 
which advertise for the patronage of the students. A list 
of such houses as satisfy his requirements is posted in 
the office of the Medical School. 

MICROSCOPES 



The character of the practical work requires that each 
student during each year of the course, shall be supplied 
with a microscope, and every student is recommended to 
purchase one. Any student who does not possess a micro- 
scope may obtain one from the school upon the payment 
of a small yearly rental. A microscope thus rented is 
given entirely into the charge of the student, but it must 
be returned in good condition at the end of the year. 

Microscopes are not provided in the graduate courses. 
A limited number of microscopes including immersion 
lens, may be rented from the Eegistrar for these courses, 
at the rate of f 7.00. Those who rent microscopes will be 
required to deposit $10.00 to cover any possible damage 
to the stand or lenses. This money will be returned at 
the end of the course if the microscope is not injured. 

REGISTRATION 



Students in the undergraduate courses must register 
at the Dean's office at the beginning of each year and pay 
their fees for the first trimester. 



681] Libraries 125 

Graduate students, after receiving permission from the 
Heads of Departments to enter any course under their 
supervision, must register at the Dean's office before en- 
tering such courses. Upon payment of the requisite fees 
a card will be issued stating the courses which the holder 
is entitled to take. This card must be presented to the 
instructor in charge of each course at the beginning of 
the class-work in order that the holder may be recognized 
as a member of the class and receive due credit for the 
course. 

LIBRARIES 



The University Library contains 164,593 volumes, se- 
lected in recent years with reference to the instruction 
here given. It is arranged in several collections. 

The works relating to medicine are placed in special 
libraries in the main building of the Hospital and in the 
Medical School building, and are readily accessible to stu- 
dents and to the workers in the laboratories. The leading 
medical periodicals of the world are regularly received 
and complete sets of the more important journals are on 
the shelves. 

Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody (181,000 
volumes), the Pratt (280,297 volumes), the Medical and 
Chirurgical Faculty (25,000 volumes), and the New Mer- 
cantile (83,000 volumes). With the exception of the last- 
named these libraries are open to students of the Medical 
School without charge. 

Washington is so near that its libraries and museums 
may be easily visited. Among the chief institutions of 
interest to students are: The Smithsonian Institute and 
National Museum, the Library of Congress, the Army 
Medical and Surgical Museum, the Library of the Sur- 
geon-General's office, and the Libraries of the Depart- 
ments and Bureaus. 



126 Medical Department [G82 



MEDICAL SOCIETIES 



The Hospital Medical Society, the Laennec Society and 
the Historical Club meet at the Hospital regularly 
throughout the academic year, and are open to students. 



GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 



Opportunities may be obtained at all times of the year 
for graduate instruction by physicians who are graduates 
of reputable schools. These opportunities vary from year 
to year and for the different subjects. The details in 
regard to graduate courses during the present session will 
be found below at the end of the description of the course 
of instruction in each department. 



PUBLICATIONS 



The Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, issued 
monthly, and now in the twenty-third year of its publi- 
cation, contains articles by those connected with the Medi- 
cal School and Hospital and the proceedings of the Hos- 
pital Societies. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, of 
which sixteen volumes have been completed, contain the 
larger monographs and results of researches in the Hos- 
pital and the laboratories of the Medical School. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION 



The following statements are designed to exhibit the 
opportunities and the character of the instruction and 
practical work in each department. 

Anatomy 

Franklin P. Mall, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 
Warren H. Lewis, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Florence R. Sabin, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Herbert M. Etans, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Eliot R. Clark, M. D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Charles R. Essick, M. D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Ceorge B. Jenkins, M. D., Assistant in Anatomy. 
Assistant in Anatomy. 

Courses of instruction are provided in various anatom- 
ical sciences — embryology, histology, microscopic anat 
omy, neurology and gross human anatomy — and opportu- 
nities are afforded for advanced work and investigation in 
these sciences. 

The required courses (I, II and III) for candidates 
for the degree of Doctor of Medicine may be completed 
during the first year of the medical course. 

Students who have completed the required course in 
anatomy may elect any of the courses in this department. 

Physicians and students not candidates for a medical 
degree may be admitted to any of the courses by special 
arrangements with the instructors and may undertake 
advanced work and original research. 

Required Courses 

I. Systematic Course in the Anatomy of the 
Human Body. Professor Lewis, Dr. Clark, Dr. Essick 
and Dr. Jenkins. Autumn trimester, daily, 9-12. Three 
units. 

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128 Medical Department [G84 

In courses I and II the student makes a complete dis- 
section of all the structures, using atlases and text-books 
as guides. The work of each student is largely indepen- 
dent. 

II. Systematic Course in the Anatomy of the 
Human Body. Continuation of Course I. Professor 
Lewis, Dr. Clark, Dr. Essick and Dr. Jenkins. Winter 
trimester, daily, 9-12. Three units. 

III. Histology (laboratory). Professor Mall, Pro- 
fessor Sabin and Professor Evans. Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, 2-5. Lectures, Professor Sabin, Thursday, 
2-3 Autumn trimester. Two units. 

Elective Courses 

IV. Lectures on Neurology. Professor Sabin. Win- 
ter trimester. Tuesday, 2-3. One-fifth unit. 

V. Neurology. Professor Sabin, Professor Mall and 
Professor Evans. Winter trimester. Monday and Wed- 
nesday afternoons, 2-5. One and one-fifth units. 

VI. Conference in Anatomy. Professor Lewis. 
Autumn and Winter trimesters. Tuesday, 12-1. One- 
fifth unit each trimester. 

VII. Conference in Osteology. Dr. Clark. Autumn 
trimester. Monday, 12-1. One-fifth unit. 

VIII. Study-Room Course in Anatomy. Professor 
Lewis. Autumn trimester, 10-1. Dr. Clark, Spring tri- 
mester, 9-12. One to three units each trimester. 

IX. Topographical Anatomy. Dr. Essick. Winter 
trimester, daily, 10-12. Two units. 

X. Anatomy of the Infant. Dr. Clark. Winter tri- 
mester, daily 10-12. Two units. 

XL Advanced Embryology. Spring trimester. 

XII. Experimental Embryology. Professor Lewis. 
Spring trimester. Hours to be arranged. 

XIII. Advanced Human Embryology. Professor Mall. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 



685] Physiology 129 

XIV. Advanced Neurology. Professor Sabin. Spring 
trimesters, forenoons. 

XV. Structure and Development of the Vascular 
System. Spring trimester. Professor Evans. 

XVI. Original Investigation. Autumn, Winter and 
Spring trimesters, daily. 

GRADUATE COURSE 

Gross Anatomy. Dr. W. H. Lewis, Fall, Winter and 
Spring trimesters. Hours arranged with the instructor. 

Dissection, study of prepared specimens and of frozen 
sections. Fee $25.00. 

Physiology 

William H. Howell, M. D., Professor of Physiology. 
Donald R. Hooker, M. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Charles D. Snyder, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Frank W. Weymouth, A. B., Assistant in Physiology. 

The course in physiology extends from January of the 
first year to January of the second year. By this ar- 
rangement of the course the student is enabled to make 
considerable progress in anatomy and histology before 
beginning his work in physiology. 

The work consists of a systematic course of lectures 
covering the subject of animal physiology, experimental 
work in the laboratory, demonstrations and recitations. 
The lectures are illustrated by experiments and demon- 
strations in the lecture room. Recitations are held upon 
the subject-matter covered by the lectures and laboratory 
work. 

The course as arranged for 1912-1913 is as follows : 

I. Physiology of Secretion, Digestion and Nutri- 
tion — 1912. Dr. Howell, twice weekly from October to 
January. Second year medical class. One-half unit. 



130 Medical Department [686 

II. Laboratory Course in Experimental Physiol- 
ogy. Drs. Howell, Hooker, and Snyder. Two mornings 
and two afternoons weekly during the first and the third 
trimesters. Half of the class takes this course in the 
third trimester of the first year, and the other half dur- 
ing the first trimester of the second year. This labora- 
tory course is arranged to occupy twelve hours a week 
for about twelve weeks. Two and one-half units. 

III. Physiology of Muscle and Nerve, Central 
Nervous System, and Special Sense — 1913. Dr. Howell, 
three times weekly during the second trimester. First 
year medical class. One-half unit. 

IV. Physiology op Blood, Circulation and Eespira- 
tion — 1913. Dr. Hooker. Recitations and Demonstra- 
tions. Twice weekly during the third trimester. First 
year medical class. One-half unit. 

In addition to the foregoing exercises, students are 
given opportunities to participate in the more advanced 
courses, intended primarily as graduate work. These 
courses are as follows : 

V. Journal Club. One hour weekly during the year. 
Those who participate in the work of this course are ex- 
pected to report from time to time upon papers of physi- 
ological interest that may appear in current journals. 

VI. Physiological Seminary. One hour weekly dur- 
ing the year. The object of the Seminary work is to 
study carefully, by means of lectures or readings, some 
special part of physiology, the topics chosen varying each 
year. 

VII. Advanced Laboratory Course. This course is 
not limited as to time or amount of work except that 
assistance from the professor of physiology must be 
arranged for by definite engagements. The instruction is 
given individually and may involve undertaking a definite 
investigation. 



687J Physiological Chemistry 131 

Graduate Courses 

Physiology, Elementary. (Limited to four.) Labora- 
tory course in experimental physiology during either the 
first or third trimester. 

The work will consist in exercises in the various graphic 
methods used in physiology to study the properties of 
muscle and nerve and the circulatory and the respiratory 
organs. Fee $25.00. Apply to Professor W. H. Howell. 

Physiology, Advanced. (Limited to two). January to 
June 1. Professor W. H. Howell. 

Individual instruction will be given in the methods used 
in physiological demonstrations and research. Especial 
attention will be paid to the methods employed in the 
study of the circulation. Fee f 50.00. 

Physiological Chemistry 

Walter Jones, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 
Eli K. Marshall, Jr., Ph. D., Assistant in Physiological Chem- 
istry. 

Instruction in this branch is given by laboratory work, 
lectures, demonstrations, and conferences of a less formal 
character. The work in the laboratory is conducted in 
two sections which meet in the third trimester of the first 
year, and in the first trimester of the second year re- 
spectively. The exercises are conducted on Tuesdays and 
Thursdays, from 10 to 1 in the morning, and from 2 to 5 
in the afternoon. 

I. Laboratory Work. Professor Jones and Dr. Mar- 
shall. 

(a) A short preliminary course on the chemistry of 
various substances, such as proteids, which are usually 
not familiar to the students of pure chemistry but which 
should be understood in order that he may intelligently 
execute the work that follows. 



132 Medical Department [088 

(5) A course of qualitative analysis in which some ex- 
amination is made of nearly every tissue and fluid of the 
body. Blood, liver, milk (colostrom), muscle, gastric 
juice, adipose tissue, bone and bile receive special atten- 
tion, and whenever material is available a study is made 
of pathological fluids and concretions. The order adopted 
in this consideration of the chemical topography of the 
body is arranged to emphasize so far as possible, the 
chemical processes which are going on in the body. 

(c) A study of those physiological chemical processes 
that can be closely imitated outside the body, as the action 
of enzymes, salivary, pancreatic, and gastric digestion. 

(d) Class experiments. Demonstrations by the in- 
structor in which the entire class usually takes part. 

(e) Quantitative analysis. Determination of normal 
and pathological constituents of urine; analysis of milk, 
gastric juice, stomach-washing, air, water, and foods. An 
attempt is made here to famil arize the student with the 
chemical technique required for metabolism experiments. 

(/) Examination of the faeces with special references 
to putrefactive processes. 

II. Conferences. Professor Jones and Dr. Marshall. 
Informal conferences are held at which the laboratory 
work is discussed and the progress and needs of the stu- 
dents are considered. Here also the late literature that 
bears directly on the work is reviewed. 

III. Lectures. Professor Jones. A brief survey of 
the entire province of physiological chemistry. Emphasis 
is given to that part of the subject which for obvious 
reasons must be omitted from a laboratory course. 

IV. Organic Chemistry. Dr. Marshall. An elective 
course consisting of two lectures a week during the first 
trimester. Thursday and Friday, 12 to 1 p. m. Two- 
fifths unit. 



689] Pharmacology and Practical Therapeutics 133 
Graduate Courses 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary. March 15 to 
June 1, every afternoon. Professor Jones and Dr. 
Marshall. 

A limited number of physicians or others who have had 
the requisite preliminary training in chemistry will be 
received for the laboratory course and lectures given to 
the medical students. Fee $25.00. 

Physiological Chemistry, Advanced. Professor Jones 
and Dr. Marshall. 

Those who have the necessary preliminary training and 
who desire to do work of a special character will be re- 
ceived at any time during the academic year. Fee $50.00, 
for the entire year. 

Pharmacology and Practical Therapeutics. 

Toxicology and Pharmacy. 

John J. Abel, M. D., Professor of Pharmacology. 
Carl Voegtlin, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 
Leonard G. Rowntree, M. D., Associate in Experimental Thera- 
peutics. 

, Assistant in Pharmacology. 

, Instructor in Pharmacy. 

I. Pharmacology. An elective course in this subject 
occupying one afternoon a week is offered in the second 
trimester of the year. The physiological action of a se- 
lected list of drugs and poisons is made the subject of this 
course and the afternoon's work, performed by the stu- 
dent under the immediate supervision of the instructor, is 
preceded by brief statements of the significance and bear- 
ing of the experiment in hand. The aim of this course is 
to give a clear idea of the general principles and of the 
more important phenomena involved in the study of phar- 
macology. 



134 Medical Department [GOO 

During the second trimester a course of lectures with 
demonstrations and recitations covering the subject of 
pharmacology is given from 9 to 10 a. m. three days, and 
from 12 to 1, two days of the week. It is the purpose of 
this course to treat the subject in a manner adapted to 
the needs of the medical student. As this course requires 
much outside reading it will be estimated at one and two- 
fifths units. 

II. Therapeutics. Dr. Leonard G. Kowntree. The 
course extends through the third and fourth years. It 
consists of practical demonstrations as far as possible. 

In the third year the course consists largely of the 
study of methods. Practical therapeutic measures, such 
as hydrotherapy, bleeding, etc., are demonstrated. The 
various groups of medicines, for example diuretics, are 
taken up and their indications discussed. In the fourth 
year the work is a continuation of that in the third year. 
The general care of patients in the treatment of special 
diseases is considered. The diets of patients and the 
methods of preparing the simpler foods are described. 
As far as possible the work is practical and is given in 
connection with the course in general medicine, so that 
the study of treatment goes along with the regular clini- 
cal work. 

III. Toxicology. An elective laboratory course in this 
subject is offered in the second trimester. The course oc- 
cupies one afternoon a week during the trimester and 
deals with the subjects both from the chemical and medi- 
cal points of view. 

IV. Pharmacy. Pharmacy is treated by a special in- 
structor, in a course of demonstrations and lectures, once 
weekly for three months. Weights and measures, incom- 
patibles, special points relating to prescriptions and the 
official pharmacopoeial preparations are fully dealt with. 
The more important preparations are made before the 
class. 



691] Pathology and Bacteriology 135 

V. Practical Course in Pharmacy. An elective 
course designed especially for students in the third year. 
Friday afternoon, 2 to 4.30. Second trimester. All typi- 
cal pharmacopceial preparations are made and all typical 
prescriptions are compounded by each student. One-half 
unit. 

Graduate Course 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Ad- 
vanced. Professor J. J. Abel and Drs. Voegtlin and 
Rowntree. 

Those who have had the necessary preliminary training 
and who desire to do work of a special character will be 
received at any time during the academic year. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 

William H. Welch, M. D., Professor of Pathology. 

William W. Ford, M, D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and 

Bacteriology. 
George H. Whipple, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Milton C. Winternitz, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
*John H. King, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
Lloyd P. Shippen, M. D., Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 
David M. Davis, M. D. 

Benj. S. Kline, M. D. ( Assistants in Pathology. 

Holland N. Stevenson, M. D. ) 
Harry C. Schmeisser, M. D., Fellow in Pathology. 

General and special pathological anatomy and histol 
°gy? general pathology, and bacteriology are taught by 
laboratory work, demonstrations, recitations and lectures. 
The courses in pathology come in the first and second tri- 
mesters of the second year; those in bacteriology in the 
third trimester of the first year. The laboratory work 
occupies three half-days a week. 

I. The Conduct op Autopsies. Drs. Whipple, Winter- 
nitz and Staff. The autopsies are made in the Patho- 

* Absent on leave. 



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logical building and are witnessed by the students of the 
second, third and fourth years. Students are permitted 
to assist at post-mortem examinations and are instructed 
in the methods of making such examinations and of re- 
cording the results in proper protocols. 

II. Demonstrations in Gross Morbid Anatomy. Drs. 
Whipple, Winternitz and Staff, 12-1, twice a week in 
two divisions during the 1st and 3rd trimester, and three 
times a week in three divisions during the 2nd trimester. 
The gross morbid specimens, collected during the week, 
are demonstrated to students of the second year. In ad- 
dition, fresh and museum specimens are exhibited in the 
course in pathological histology to illustrate the macro- 
scopical appearances of the morbid conditions studied by 
the microscope. 

III. Bacteriology. Professor Welch, Professor Ford 
and Dr. Shippen, third trimester (March 15 to June 1), 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, first year class. 
This is a practical laboratory course in which the students 
become familiar with the preparation of culture media, 
the principles of sterilization and disinfection, the meth- 
ods of cultivating, staining, and studying bacteria, the 
biological examination of air, water, and soil, and the 
important species of pathogenic micro-organisms. The 
hygienic as well as the pathological relations of bacteri- 
ology are considered. 

IV. Lectures on Infection and Immunity. Profes- 
sor Welch, Wednesdays and Fridays, 4 to 5, third trimes- 
ter, first year class. During the months of practical work 
in bacteriology lectures are given devoted mainly to the 
consideration of subjects pertaining to infection and 
immunity. 

V. General Pathology, Pathological Anatomy and 
Pathological Histology. Professor Welch, Professor 
Whipple and Drs. Winternitz, Kline, Davis and Steven- 
son. Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons, 2 to 
5, during the first and second trimesters, second year 



693] Experimental Pathology 137 

class. The subjects are covered, as far as practicable, 
by demonstrations, lectures and laboratory work. Path- 
ological histology is taught as a part of pathological an- 
atomy, the description and demonstration of gross lesions 
being followed by their miscroscopical examination. 

VI. Eecitations. Professor Welch, Mondays at 12, 
throughout the year. Weekly recitations cover the work 
done by the students of the first and of the second years 
in their laboratory exercises, in bacteriology and in path- 
ology, as well as subjects treated in lectures and those 
reserved more especially for text-book study. 

VII. Advanced Work and Special Research. Oppor- 
tunity is afforded to those suitably trained to pursue 
advanced work and special research in pathological anat- 
omy and histology, experimental pathology, and bacteri- 
ology. For these purposes the pathological laboratory is 
equipped with the necessary apparatus and material. 

Experimental Pathology 

George H. Whipple, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
David M. Davis, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 

The department of experimental pathology has been es- 
tablished, on the basis of courses already given, for the 
purpose of giving instruction concerning the abnormal ac- 
tivities of organs which result from pathological lesions. 

This work is largely experimental and obviously closely 
allied to experimental medicine and physiology. The 
course will consist of informal lectures, experiments, 
operations and demonstrations given during the second 
trimester on Thursdays 9-12 a. m. 

The main object of the course is to give students ele- 
mentary training in the methods of research : not to give 
a fixed series of demonstrations dealing with any one 
organ or system. The exercises will be concerned chiefly 
with the problems which are interesting the workers at 
the Hunterian Laboratory so that the entire group may 



138 Medical Department 

be familiar with all the problems under investigation] 
For this reason it is desired that the students taking 
course may proceed with independent investigation of 
problems which are closely related to the work alrea 
progress. Facilities for this work will be available dur- 
ing the entire year. Room is available for a limited num- 
ber of advanced workers who may desire to investigate 
problems in experimental pathology. 

Graduate Courses 

Pathology. A limited number of physicians will be 
received during the year in the courses in bacteriology 
and pathology. Fee for the entire year $50.00, fee for 
half year $25.00. Apply to Professor W. H. Welch. 

Pathology, Elementary. Prof. G. H. Whipple, May 1 
to July 1. (Limited to ten.) Three afternoons a week. 
Lecture and laboratory exercises in general pathological 
histology. 

This course will not be given if less than five register. 
Applications must be received before April 15. Fee $50.00. 

Hygiene. Professor W. W. Ford. A limited number 
of graduates is admitted to the laboratory course in 
Hygiene. Fee $50.00. 



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Medicine (Including Work in the Clinical 
Laboratories) 

Lewellys F. Barker, M. D., Professor of Medicine. 
William S. Thayer, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas B. Futcher, M. B., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Thomas R. Boggs, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Frank R. Smith, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Louis P. Hamburger, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Thomas R. Brown, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Louis V. Hamman, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Arthur D. Htrschfelder, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
William L. Moss, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Frank J. Sladen, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 
Jacob Hall Pleasants, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Joseph A. Chatard, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
John A. Luetscher, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Henry Lee Smith, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles W. Larned, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Samuel Wolman, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Harry S. Greenbaum, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Paul W. Clough, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Clyde Graeme Guthrie, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Eugene J. Leopold, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
David I. Macht, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
George S. Bond, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
John T. Sample, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Charles R. Austrian, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Walter A. Baetjer, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Martin F. Sloan, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Ralph H. Major, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Sydney R. Miller, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Helen Watson, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the clinical labora- 
tories, in the wards, and in the clinical amphitheatre. In 
place of systematic didactic teaching, there has been intro- 
duced a plan of practical instruction, by which the student 
is brought directly in contact with the patients, and 
taught, from the outset, how to recognize, and treat, dis- 
ease, as it occurs in nature, not in books. 



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A. Primarily for Students of the Third Trimester of the 
Second Year. 

1. Introduction to the Study op Clinical Medicine. 
Lecture course by Professor Barker. This course will 
deal especially with. "The Art of Examining Patients." 
Wednesdays, at 9 a. m. 

2. Elementary Physical Diagnosis. Professors Thayer 
and Futcher and Br. Hamman, assisted by Drs. F. E. 
Smith, Hamburger, Pleasants, Chatard, Larned, H. L. 
Smith, Greeubaum and Macht, after March fifteenth, 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10 a. m. 

This course consists of demonstrative and practical 
exercises, illustrating the simpler methods of physical ex- 
ploration of the normal organs of the chest and abdomen, 
especial attention being paid to topographical percussion. 

In connection with this course, a series of demonstra- 
tions to illustrate the surface and other relationships of 
the thoracic and abdominal viscera will be given on the 
cadaver. 

3. Medical Physiology. Dr. Hirschfelder. Lectures and 
demonstrations on man and animals, introductory to the 
study of clinical medicine. Mondays, 2-5 p. m. Third 
trimester. 

4. Applications of Biology to Internal Medicine. 
Dr. Clough. One lecture weekly. 

5. Applications of Pharmacology to Internal Medi- 
cine. Dr. Eowntree. One lecture weekly. 

6. Applications of Chemistry to Internal Medicine. 
Dr. Sellards. One lecture weekly. 

B. Primarily for Students of the Third Year. 

7. General Physical Diagnosis. In sections, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10-12. 

The course is in charge of Associate Professor Futcher 
v.iih the assistance of Associate Professor Boggs, Drs. 



G97] Medicine 141 

F. R. Smith, Brown, Hamburger, Hamman, Pleasants, 
Leutscher, Chatard, H. L. Smith, Larned, Greenbaum, 
Wolman, Leopold, Macht and Sloan. 

a. In the first half-year, practical and demonstrative 
exercises in history-taking, and in physical diagnosis of 
diseases of the chest, are held. 

The class is divided into groups, comprising five or six 
students. Each section has two exercises, of two hours, 
each, a week. The exercises are held in the dispensary and 
consist in the practical study of the physical signs of dis- 
eases of the heart and lungs. 

During the first half of the year, on four days of the 
week, a quarter of the class, in rotation, spends two hours 
in the dispensary, getting practical instruction in history 
taking. 

b. In the second half-year: 

ha. Dispensary practice. During the second half-year, 
the students take part in the regular dispensary practice. 
Each case coming to the dispensary is assigned to a stu- 
dent, who takes the history, makes the physical examina- 
tion, and reports to one of the instructors, who reviews his 
work. Each section has one exercise, of two hours, a 
week. 

After March 15, the third-year students will obtain 
practical instruction in physical diagnosis at City Hos- 
pital and Bay View. This work will be under the direc- 
tion of Associate Professor Boggs and assistants. 

bb. Practical demonstrative exercises in physical 
diagnosis of diseases of the abdomen. The class is divided 
into four sections, each section having one exercise of two 
hours a week. 

c. Weekly recitations on physical diagnosis, on Fri- 
days, 11-12 m. The entire third year class meets As- 
sociate Professor Futcher, once a week, for an hour's 
recitation. In this exercise, the ground passed over in 
the earlier courses is covered in a systematic manner. 



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8. Weekly Kecitations on General Medicine. Tues- 
days, 4.30 to 5.30, October to January 1; Wednesdays, 
4.30 to 5.30 p. m., January 1 to June 1. The subjects are 
assigned and the recitations conducted by the Resident 
Physician, Dr. Sladen, or by some other member of the 
staff. 

9. General Symptomatology of Disease. Professor 
Barker, Professor Thayer and Associate Professor 
Futcher. At twelve o'clock on Monday, Wednesday and 
Thursday, the students of the third year meet for a 
general clinic in the medical amphitheatre. The students, 
in rotation, examine selected cases. The teaching consists 
in (a) thorough consideration of the clinical features of 
the case; (b) brief discussion of the symptoms; (c) re- 
ports by each student upon the case which he examines 
and whose further progress he follows, either by personal 
visits outside, or, if the patient is admitted to the Hos- 
pital, by observation in the wards; (d) on the last class 
day of each month a clinical "round-up," when the stu- 
dent, whose turn it happens to be, reports on the work 
of the month; (e) short papers on definite themes given 
to the students and relating to subjects which come up 
in the course of the examination of patients. 

10. Summer Work in Dispensary. After the comple- 
tion of the third year the students have an opportunity 
to assist in the dispensary during the summer months. 
Dr. T. B. Futcher arranges the rotation of the groups, and, 
with the other members of the department, gives instruc- 
tion in the method of taking histories and making exami- 
nations. 

11. Laboratory Diagnosis. Dr. Guthrie, assisted by 
Dr. Miller, conducts, throughout the session, during two 
afternoons of the week, a class in microscopical and 
chemical diagnosis. The course is a systematic one, in 
which the students are trained in the methods of exam- 
ining blood, sputum, gastric contents, urine, faeces, etc. 
Considerable work is required outside the regular class 



699] Medicine 143 

hours. The required course extends from October to 
March 15. 

One of the large rooms of the clinical laboratory is 
devoted exclusively to the third year students. Each 
student has his own place in the laboratory, with locker, 
microscope, reagents, etc. 

12. Advanced Work in Laboratory Diagnosis. An 
elective course in the third trimester. Two afternoons a 
week for one-half trimester. Dr. Guthrie. 

13. The Saturday Clinic. On Saturday at 12, the third 
year students meet with those of the fourth year for Pro- 
fessor Barker's clinic in the medical amphitheatre of the 
Hospital. Cases of especial interest are shown and dis- 
cussed. 

14. Clinical and Pathological Conference. On Fri- 
day at 4.30 p. m., a clinical and pathological conference 
is held by Professor Thayer and Dr. Whipple, to which 
the third year students are invited. This is set forth in 
the description of the fourth year work. 

15. Clinical Work at Bay View, third trimester. Dr, 
Boggs. 



^&to c 



C. Primarily for Students of the Fourth Tear 

The students are divided into three equal groups, each 
group serving for three months, successively, in the med- 
ical, surgical, and elective divisions of the Hospital, and 
visiting the special departments of the dispensary. 

16. Ward Work. Of the three groups into which the 
class is divided, the members of the medical group serve 
for three months as clinical clerks in the medical wards of 
the Hospital. A number of beds are assigned to each 
student, who takes the history of new cases, keeps 
the notes, and, under the guidance and direction of the 
medical staff, makes the necessary examinations. The 
clinical clerks have access to the wards from 8 a. m. to 
G p. m. They accompany the professors in the ward visits, 



144 Medical Department [700 

read the histories of new cases, are questioned as to the 
results of their examinations, and receive special instruc- 
tion. 

Each student during the trimester, in addition to the 
ordinary routine work, is encouraged to make studies 
with some especial method and to make a report of his 
experiences with it. 

17. Ward Classes. Forenoons, the ward visits are 
made by the professors and their assistants. The mem- 
bers of the class are taught the methods of examination, 
the progress of the cases is followed, and instruction is 
given in the methods of treatment. 

18. The Saturday Clinic. At 12 o'clock, on Saturdays, 
the fourth year students attend a general medical clinic 
given by Professor Barker in the amphitheatre. The 
clinical clerks read the histories of the new cases brought 
before the class, and report on the progress of cases pre- 
viously shown. 

19. Laboratory Diagnosis. A large room of the clin- 
ical laboratory is devoted exclusively to the fourth year 
class. Here each student has a place with microscope, 
reagents, etc., throughout the session, and can engage in 
any special work. 

20. Clinical and Pathological Conference. On Fri- 
day at 4.30, a clinical and pathological conference is held 
throughout the academic year by Professor Thayer and 
Dr. Whipple in the Pathological Laboratory. Abstracts 
of the histories of the fatal cases with the differential 
diagnosis made before the autopsy are read. The speci- 
mens from the autopsy are then demonstrated, after which 
there is a general discussion of the case. 

21. Nature of Infection and Immunity. Lectures 
and demonstrations. Two hours per week. Second tri- 
mester. Dr. Clough. 

22. Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious 
Diseases. (Physicians and students of third and fourth 



701] Medicine 145 

year.) Laboratory exercises, two afternoons per week. 
Second trimester. Dr. Clough. 

23. Medical Bacteriology. Drs. Austrian and Major. 
This elective course is open to a limited number of 

members of the Medical Section, each trimester. A lec- 
ture and demonstration will be given once a week, 2.00 to 
3.00 p. m., Tuesday. At suitable times during the week 
opportunity will be given to a small number to do, under 
supervision, the bacteriology of the wards. In this way, 
practical work is possible in blood cultures, agglutinative 
and other serum tests, cultures from throat, sputum, 
urine, stool, pleural and pericardial effusions, fluids from 
the peritoneal cavity and joints, and cerebro-spinal fluids. 

24. Elementary Course in the Phipps Dispensary 
for Tuberculosis. Drs. Wolman and Austrian. First 
trimester. Two days a week, 10-12. (Any morning except 
Tuesday or Friday.) Elective course. Limited to four 
students. 

25. Advanced Course in the Phipps Dispensary for 
Tuberculosis. Drs. Hamman, Wolman and Austrian. 
Third trimester. Elective Course. Limited to four 
students. 

(a) Clinical portion Tuesdays and Fridays, 10-12 m. 

(b) Laboratory portion two afternoons a week from 
2-5 p. m. 

(c) Seminary, one hour a week, Fridays from 4-5 p. m. 

26. Extramural Course in the Study op Tubercu- 
losis. Dr. Gordon Wilson. 

27. Diseases of Stomach and Intestines. Elective 
course. Dr. Brown. Course to be arranged. Second tri- 
mester. Third trimester. 

28. Physical Diagnosis. Elective course. A study 
of the ordinary methods as compared with methods using 
instruments of precision. Drs. Hirschfelder and Bond. 
Two hours per week. (Time to be announced.) 



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29. Diagnosis and Treatment of Some Minor Ail- 
ments. Elective course. One hour a week. Tuesday, 
12-1. Third trimester. Dr. Hamburger. 

30. The Symptomatology and Treatment of Diseases 
of the Ductless Glands. Elective course. One hour a 
week. Second trimester. Thursday, 12-1. Associate Pro- 
fessor Futcher. 

31. Medical Aspects of Joint Diseases. Elective 
course. One hour a week. First trimester. Tuesday, 12-1. 
Professor Barker. 

32. Clinic in Pulmonary Diseases. Elective course. 
One hour a week. Monday, 12-1. Third trimester. Dr. 
Hamman. 

33. Advanced Work and Research in Inner Medicine. 
Students of the third and fourth years may, if well 
fitted for it, and with the permission of Professor Barker 
or Professor Thayer, undertake advanced work and re- 
search in internal medicine (see below, Medicine, Ad- 
vanced Work and Research as opposed to graduate stu- 
dents.) 

graduate courses 

University Courses 

These courses are of two kinds, elementary and ad- 
vanced. The elementary course will cover the subject as 
usually given to undergraduates in medicine, and the work 
may be done with the medical classes. The advanced 
courses will be given only to those who are prepared to 
undertake special studies, and the work will be done under 
the personal supervision of the instructor in charge of the 
course. 

34. Medicine. Elementary. A limited number of phy- 
sicians will be admitted to the regular class exercise in 
this subject, including ward rounds, clinics, and the work 
in the clinical laboratory. Fee f 100.00 for the entire year; 



703] Medicine 147 

|50.00 for a half-year. Applications should be made to 
Professor Barker. 

35. Medicine, Advanced Work and Research. Physicians 
properly trained in fundamental methods will be given 
opportunities for clinical and experimental investigation. 
The clinical material of the wards and dispensaries as 
well as the facilities of the 'clinical laboratories is avail- 
able for such work. On application to Professor Barker, 
and presentation of evidence of fitness to undertake 
advanced work or research, investigations may be carried 
on in (1) the wards or dispensary (Dr. Sladen, Besident 
Physician), (2) the general clinical laboratory (Dr. 
Guthrie in charge), (3) the biological division of the 
medical laboratory (Dr. Cloughin charge), (4) the physio- 
logical division of the medical laboratory (Dr. Hirsch- 
f elder in charge), (5) the bio-chemical division of the 
medical laboratory (Dr. Sellards in charge), or (6) in the 
electrocardiographic station (Dr. Bond in charge). Op- 
portunities are offered for special studies in clinical ob- 
servation and in experimental pathology and therapy, 
especially in (a) the bacteriology and biology of the in- 
fectious processes, (6) the graphic registration of the 
phenomena of disease, and other applications of physio- 
logical methods to the solution of unsolved problems of 
etiology, diagnosis and therapy, arising at the bedside, 
and (c) the application of chemical methods to the eluci- 
dation of metabolic problems. The advice and assistance 
of the professorial staff (Drs. Barker, Thayer and 
Futcher), are always available to those undertaking 
original work in the department. Fee f 50.00 for the year. 

Special Courses in June 

36. Medicine. Drs. , F. J. Sladen and C. G. 

Guthrie, June 1 to July 1. (Limited to twenty.) Fee 
$100.00. 



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This course will not be given if less than eight register. 
Applications for this course must be sent in not later 
than May 10. 

The whole material of the medical service will be avail- 
able for this class. Special attention will be given to the 
study of the general methods used in the clinic. 

The course consists of : 

I. Ward Rounds. From 9 to 11 daily, in which the 
teaching is entirely clinical. Dr. Sladen. 

II. Physical Diagnosis. The general methods of diag- 
nosis will be taken up and special attention given to 
diseases of the thoracic and abdominal organs. At least 
five hours a week are devoted to this. 

III. Clinical Microscopy and Medical Bacteriology. 
Dr. Guthrie, three afternoons — nine hours a week. This 
course consists of lectures, demonstrations and especially 
of practical work. All of the available specimens of 
blood, urine, sputum, gastric contents and stools are 
studied. The ordinary methods of clinical bacteriology 
will be demonstrated. (This course is not limited.) 

37. Serum Diagnosis. Drs.Clough and Austrian. Begin- 
ning June 1st, a four-weeks' course for physicians will be 
given in the laboratory of the Medical Clinic of the Johns 
Hopkins University and Hospital on methods of serum 
diagnosis, with special reference to the Wassermann and 
Widal and other immunity reactions. 

Lectures, demonstrations, and practical laboratory 
work. 

Course limited to ten, preference given to those with 
previous experience. The course will not be given to less 
than six physicians. Application should be made before 
May 25. Fee, f 50.00. 

38. Percussion and Ausculation. Dr. Louis Hamman. 
June 1st to July 1st. Limited to six. Fee, $60.00. The 
course will not be given if less than four apply. The course 
will consist in a demonstration of the changes in physical 
signs accompanying disease of the thoracic organs. It is 



705] Medicine 149 

to be emphasized that the object of the course is not to 
give clinical instruction in diseases of the lungs and 
heart, but to point out the physical changes that such 
diseases produce and to give the student an opportunity 
to familiarize himself with the commoner methods of 
detecting these changes. It is aimed to make the course 
entirely practical. After a few preliminary demonstra- 
tions, the students will be given cases to examine, and 
their results will then be controlled. No lectures will be 
given. 

The course will comprise five exercises a week on Mon- 
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 
a. m. to 1 p. m. An invitation will be extended, to those 
desiring it, to spend Saturday mornings in assisting in the 
routine work of the tuberculosis clinic. 



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Surgery 

William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 
John M. T. Finney, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Hugh H. Young, M. D., Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary 

Surgery. 
William S. Baeb, M. D., Associate Professor of Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
George Walker, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Richard H. Follis, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D., Associate in Surgery, in Charge of 

Actinographic Department. 
John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Samuel J. Crowe, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Gforge J. Heuer, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
N. E. B. Iglehart, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Omar B. Pancoast, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
William A. Fisher, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
J. Staige Davis, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
Bertram M. Bernheim, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Roy D. McClure, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Howard E. Ashbury, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the wards and 
operating rooms of the Hospital, in the clinical laboratory 
and in the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medi- 
cine. 

A required course is given in the third trimester of the 
second year, the object of which is to familiarize the stu- 
dents by means of demonstrations and practical exercises 
with certain points in surgical technique. 

The principal subjects of the third year are the general 
principles of surgery, surgical diagnosis, surgical path- 
ology and operative surgery. 

I. Clinics. A weekly clinic is given by Professor 
llalsted for students in the third and fourth years. 

Two clinics weekly are given by Professor Finney for 
the third year class. 



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II. Minor Surgery. Professor Finney, with the as- 
sistance of Drs. Follis, Iglehart, Pancoast, Davis and 
Fisher. Twice weekly, in sections, in the dispensary. 

III. Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Professor 
Bloodgood, Wednesday, 2-4.30, entire year, whole class. 
Friday, elective course, 2-4.30 p. m. See special announce- 
ment for elective courses, third and fourth years. 

IV. Operative Surgery. Elective, once weekly from 
October to May. A five-hour exercise given to successive 
sections in the Hunterian laboratory. 

V. Eecitations. A weekly recitation upon assigned 
subjects is held by Dr. Follis. 

The work of the fourth year consists of : 

I. Ward Work. The members of each of the three 
groups, into which the class of the fourth year is divided, 
serve for three months in the surgical wards of the Hos- 
pital. During this service they take the histories of cases 
and act as surgical dressers. They witness and assist at 
operations and have practice in operative surgery. 

II. Ward Classes. The students make the morning 
and other visits to the wards with Professors Halsted, 
Finney, Young, Baer and the House surgeon, where they 
receive bedside instruction. 

III. Clinics. A weekly clinic, by Professor Halsted, 
Friday, 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

IV. Surgical Operating Eoom. To each group of 
fourth-year students the privileges of the private oper- 
ating rooms are extended for three months. 

V. Genito-Urinary Surgery. Professor Young. (For 
details, see page 159.) 

VI. Eecitation. Professor Bloodgood. Tuesday, 
11 to 12 m. (entire group). 

VII. Orthopedic Surgery. Professor Baer. (For 
details, see p. 164.) 



152 Medical Department [708 



GRADUATE COURSES 



Special Courses 



Surgical Pathology. Professor J. C. Bloodgood. 

Graduate physicians can enter the Surgical Patho- 
logical Laboratory at any time for special instruction 
in Surgical Diagnosis and in the technique of frozen 
sections and the preparation of Kaiserlin specimens. 
The work is so arranged that they can spend all or half 
of the entire time of each day. The fee is $100. 

Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. W. S. Baer, May 15 to July 
15. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 to 
12 m. (Limited to ten.) Fee, $50. 

A course will be given in the Orthopedic Dispensary 
from 10 to 12 m. on the days noted, in which the students 
will be given practical work in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of orthopedic affections. Ward rounds covering 
this class of cases will be made from 9 to 12 on Monday 
mornings. Special opportunities as they occur at this 
and other hospitals will be announced during the course, 
so that students may be able to witness orthopedic oper- 
ations. 

Genito-Urinary Surgery. Dr. H. H. Young. Fee, 
$100. 

A limited number of graduates will be taken for special 
work in Genito-Urinary Surgery. The course will include 
clinical and laboratory work, and the student is expected 
to give his entire time, or most of it, to the department, 
and to enter for six months or more. Eesearch studies 
will be encouraged. 

X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics. Dr. F. H. 
Baetjer. This course is given three times during the year, 
as follows : Course I, October 15 to December 15 ; Course 
ll y January 15 to March 15; Course III, April 15 to 
June 15. (Limited to five in each course.) Fee for each 
course, $50. 



709] Obstetrics 153 

Each course will consist of daily demonstrations from 
11 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., and the aim of the course is to 
give a practical knowledge of the construction and manip- 
ulation of the X-ray apparatus, and its use in diagnosis 
and treatment. 

Obstetrics 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
J. Morris Slemons, M. D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Henry A. Stephenson, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
Solon A. Dodds, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Everett D. Plass, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

The instruction in Obstetrics is given in the third and 
fourth years. The third year work is obligatory and 
must be taken by all students, while that of the fourth 
year is elective. 

THIRD YEAR 

In this year five hours a week are devoted to the sub- 
ject, and the time is divided as follows : 

I. Kecitations or Exercises with the Manikin. 
Thrice weekly throughout the year. In the former the 
general principles of obstetrics are considered, while in 
the latter, which are interspersed between the recitations, 
the technique of obstetrical examination and of the 
various operative procedures is taught. 

II. Practical Instruction. This includes the deliv- 
ery of a limited number of patients in the ward, the ex- 
amination of pregnant women, pelvimetry, and the care 
of the woman and child after delivery. 

III. Ward classes to groups, twice weekly throughout 
the year. 

IV. Elective laboratory courses will be given by Drs. 
Slemons and Dodds on Friday afternoons from 2 to 
4.30, during each of the first two trimesters. In these 
practical instruction is given in the anatomy and his- 



154 Medical Department [710 

tology of the generative organs, as well as in the pa- 
thology of the various diseases of pregnancy, labor and 
the puerperal state. 

FOURTH YEAR 

During this year the work is arranged in trimesters 
and is elective. Classes are held on Tuesday, Thursday 
and Friday from 10 to 12 o'clock, and patients are de- 
livered as they fall into labor. Each practical course 
will be limited to ten students, and the work will be 
divided as follows: 

I. Delivery of patients in the ward and out-patient 
service and opportunity to witness all operations per- 
formed in the department. 

II. Ward and nursery rounds. 

III. Ante- and post-partum examination of patients. 

IV. Obstetrical Seminary. 

V. A course of practical instruction in contracted 
pelves. 

VI. A practical and laboratory course on the meta- 
bolism of pregnancy and its abnormalities. 

VII. A practical and laboratory course on the dis- 
eases and feeding of the newly born child. 

VIII. Obstetrical pathology (elective). Drs. Slemons 
and Dodds. 

A credit of 1% units will be allowed for the regular 
class work, and an additional unit to such students as 
may deliver 10 or more patients in the out-door service. 

GRADUATE COURSE 

University Course 

Obstetrics, Advanced. A limited number of physicians 
may receive advanced instruction during the academic 
year. Those wishing to enter upon this work should ap- 
ply to Professor Williams stating the character of the 



711] Gynecology 155 

work they desire and their qualifications for undertaking 
it 

Gynecology 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D., Professor of Gynecology. 

William W. Russell, M. D., Associate Professor of Gynecology. 

Thomas S. Cullen, M. B., Associate Professor of Gynecology. 

Guy L. Hunner, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Elizabeth Hurdon, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Cubtis F. Bubnam, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Edwabd H. Richabdson, M. D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Cecil W. Vest, M. D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Gynecological instruction is given to third and fourth 
year students and also in part to graduates. 

The courses of the third year are obligatory to the 
entire third year class, while the courses of the fourth 
year are elective. 

The third year course consists of: 

1. Gynecological diagnosis. One hour a week for four 
months, for each section, for physical examinations and 
demonstrations in the operating room. Dr. Kussell. 

2. A lecture, pathological demonstration, or recitation 
once a week throughout the year. Drs. Kussell, Cullen, 
Hunner and Hurdon. 

The fourth year courses are: 

1. Ward Bounds twice a week, bed-side instruction 
and demonstrations. Professor Cullen. 

2. A limited number of students are allowed to assist 
in the work of the dispensary under the charge of Drs. 
Sperry and Pollack. 2.30 to 4.30 p. m., daily. 

3. Practical Cystoscopy in women is taught from 2.30 
to 4.30 p. m., three days a week by Drs. Hunner and 
Burnam. The number taking the course is limited. 

4. A major course, including ward rounds, examina- 
tions of etherized patients, opportunity to see operations 
and learn operating room technique, lectures, demonstra- 



156 Medical Department [712 

tions and recitations, is offered to each section of the 
fourth year class in turn. Professors Kelly and Cullen 
and Dr. Burnam. 

5. A special course in Gynecological Pathology 
limited to fourth year students. Professor Cullen and 
Dr. Hurdon. 

6. Lectures in gynecological physiology and patho- 
logical physiology for fourth year students. Dr. Burnam. 

7. Graduates in medicine are welcomed at all the 
regular clinics throughout the year upon presenting their 
cards. 

8. Gynecological Pathology. This embraces a thor- 
ough study of all diseases of the pelvic structures. 
Special attention is given to the examination of scra- 
pings. Professor Cullen and Dr. Hurdon. 

9. Cystoscopic Examinations. (Limited to six.) 
Fifteen clinics covering the entire subject of diseases 

of the urinary tract in women. Demonstrations of the 
newer instruments used in urinary work. This course is 
for beginners in cystoscopy. Dr. G. L. Hunner. 

GRADUATE COURSES 

University Course 

Gynecological Pathology, Elementary. (Limited to 
five students.) Drs. T. S. Cullen and E. Hurdon. 

The work in this course begins October 1 and extends 
through one trimester. The class meets Tuesday after- 
noons, 2 to 4.30 p. m. Fee f 50.00. Applications for this 
course should be sent to the Kegistrar not later than 
September 15. 

Special Courses 

Gynecological Pathology. Dr. T. S. Cullen or Dr. E. 
Hurdon, during March and April, Tuesday, 2 to 4.30 p. in., 
pathological laboratory. (Limited to ten.) Fee $50.00. 



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A course in the diagnosis of uterine scrapings. All 
pathological conditions of the cervix and body of the 
uterus that could be mistaken for cancer are discussed, 
and special consideration is given to the early diagnosis 
of cancer of the uterus. The methods of obtaining and 
examining pieces of uterine tissue are given in detail. 

Cystoscopic Examinations. Drs. G. L. Hunner and 
C. F. Burnam, Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 4 p. m. May 9 
to June 29, inclusive. (Limited to six.) Fee $50.00. 

Fifteen clinics covering the entire subject of diseases 
of the urinary tract in woman. Demonstrations of the 
newer instruments used in ordinary work. This course 
is for beginners in cystoscopy. 

Gynecology. This commences May 15 and ends July 
1st. Operative clinics will be given daily except Friday. 
This will be conducted by Drs. Kelly, Kussell, T. S. Cullen 
and the resident gynecologist. Between operations the 
various cases will be thoroughly discussed. Two mornings 
a week the members of the group will be allowed to make 
ether examinations. Ward rounds will be made twice 
weekly from nine to ten. These will include the discus- 
sion of the differential diagnosis, preparations for opera- 
tion, post-operative treatment, post-operative complica- 
tions. Each afternoon from two to four one member of 
the group will assist the dispensary staff. Here history 
taking, pelvic and abdominal examinations without anaes- 
thesia and medical gynecology will be discussed. Course 
limited to twelve. Fee $50.00. 

Psychiatry 

Adolf Meyer, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Psychiatry. 
Henry J. Berkley, M. D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clarence B. Farrar, M. D., Associate in Psychiatry. 
W. Rush Dunton, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Edmund B. Huey, Ph. D., Assistant in Psychopathology. 
Trigant Burrow, M. D., Ph. D., Assistant in Psychopathology. 
David K. Henderson, M. D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 



158 Medical Department [714 

Until the Psychiatric Clinic is opened the Psychi- 
atric Department will have to give its instruction as in 
previous years : an obligatory course of lectures and clini- 
cal demonstrations, Wednesdays 12-1 p. m. and Saturdays 
3.30-5 p. m. during the first trimester of the fourth year ; 
to be given by Dr. Henry J. Berkley. Elective clinics 
during the second trimester, Saturdays, 3.30-5.30, to be 
given by Dr. Farrar at the Spring Grove Hospital, Catons- 
ville, or Dr. Dunton at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt 
Hospital, and elective work in the Dispensary (Tuesdays 
and Fridays forenoon) throughout the year. 

As soon as the Psychiatric Clinic is organized the 
instruction will be given as follows : 

1. Introduction to biological and medical psychology, 
third trimester of the second year (Thursdays, 2-4 p. m). 
An extension of physiology and general pathology into the 
study of mental activities. 

2. Introduction to Psychopathology, third trimester, 
third year. An extension of the course of general pa- 
thology and neurology into the study of abnormal mental 
mechanisms, the aphasia and apraxia group, effects 
of poisons and disorders of internal secretion, and the 
substitutive reactions in hysteria, psychasthenia, etc. 
(Tuesday from 2-3 p. m.) 

3. Introduction to practical psychiatry (psychiatric 
nosology and methods of work) : An obligatory course 
of clinical demonstrations and of lectures and during the 
first trimester of the fourth year. Weekly clinics and 
discussions during the second and third trimester (op- 
tional). Special work with defectives and in Medico- 
legal exercises. Elective work in the Dispensary and in 
the clinical service. Special laboratory work in general 
clinical laboratory methods, neuropathology and psy- 
chology. 

Postgraduate work will be mapped out for the year 
1913-14. 



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Diseases of Children 

John Howland, M. D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

J. H. M. Knox, Ph. D., M. D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Richabd A. Urquhart, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Until the work of the Harriet Lane Home is fully 
organized the instruction will consist of the following 
elective courses offered during the fourth year. 

Minor Course 

I. A weekly clinic, or lecture, Monday, 12 to 1, for one 
trimester. 

II. Daily work in the dispensary, 10 to 12 m., for one- 
half of a trimester or alternate days for one whole tri- 
mester, for each section. Students are required to act 
as clinical clerks and to discuss the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of patients assigned to them. Cases of special in- 
terest are presented to all the students of the section for 
examination. 

Major Course 

I. Weekly clinic or lecture, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. m., 
throughout the year. 

II. Daily work in the dispensary, 10 a. m. to 12 m., for 
one trimester. 

Course on Feeding of Infants. An elective course on 
Infant feeding, Drs. Knox and Urquhart. Wednesdays, 
3.30 to 4.30 p. m., during first trimester. 

GRADUATE COURSE 

Special Course 

Pediatrics. Drs. Knox and Urquhart, June 1 to July 
1, daily from 11 to 12, Dispensary. (Limited to six). Pee 
$50.00. 



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The participants are expected to examine patients at 
the clinic personally under supervision and make ward 
rounds at the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium twice a week. 
The course will include lectures and infant feeding. 

Ophthalmology. 

Samuel Theobald, M. D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Robert L. Randolph, M. D., Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 

and Otology. 
James J. Mills, M. D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Hedley V. Tweedie, M. D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

I. Daily clinics are given in the dispensary by Pro- 
fessors Theobald and Eandolph. Each of the sub-sections 
into which the fourth year class is divided attends these 
clinics for from five to six weeks. Owing to the small 
number of students comprising the separate groups the 
opportunities thus afforded of acquiring a practical 
knowledge of the diseases of the eye are exceptionally 
valuable. 

II. The major course in Ophthalmology comprises, be- 
sides greater clinical advantages — including the privilege 
of attendance upon the clinics of Professor Theobald at 
the Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital — 
instruction in operative surgery of the eye and ear, in the 
determination of errors of refraction, the optometric use 
of the ophthalmoscope, skiascopy, and the more refined 
methods of diagnosing aural maladies. 

III. Weekly lecture, Thursday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., 
throughout the year, Professor Theobald. 

IV. During the third year a preparatory course in 
ophthalmoscopy is given by Dr. Mills. 

graduate course 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy. 
A practical course in the diagnosis and treatment of the 
commoner diseases of the eye, with instruction in the use 



717] Special Departments 161 

of the ophthalmoscope, the examination of the anterior 
structures of the eye by oblique illumination, etc. Dr. 
Mills, June 1 to July 1, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 
3 to 4 p. m. (Limited to ten.) Fee f 25.00. 
This course is intended for general practitioners. 

Dermatology 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
J. Williams Lord, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
Edgar R. Strobel, M. D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Isaac R. Pels, M. D., Assistant in Dermatology. 
Henry H. Hazen, M. D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

The instruction in this department consists in the fol- 
lowing elective courses offered to students in the fourth 
year: 

Minor Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary, 2 to 3.30 p. m., for 
one-half trimester or alternate days during one whole 
trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays at 3.30 to 
4.30 p. m. 

Major Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary from 2 to 4.30 p. m. 
through one trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays, 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m. throughout the year. 

III. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of 
the common cutaneous diseases. 

IV. Opportunities are given to do research work. 



162 Medical Department [718 

GRADUATE COURSE 

Special Course 

Dermatology. An opportunity is given to obtain prac- 
tical instruction in dermatology during the academic? 
session. 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily, 2 to 4 p. m., 
for one or more trimesters. 

II. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. Fees on application. 

Diseases of the Nervous System 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D., Clinical Professor of Neurology. 
Edward M. Singewald, M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 
G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 
Charles M. Byrnes, M. D., Instructor in Neurology. 

The course is given during the third year and the work 
consists of the following required courses: 

I. Practical work in the dispensary. The class is 
divided into four sections and each section works in the 
neurological dispensary from 10 to 12 on one morning of 
each week throughout the year. 

II. Recitation or clinic. Tuesday, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Recitation or clinic. Wednesday, 9 a. m. to 10 
a. m. after April 1. 

The following elective courses are offered during the 
fourth year: 

I. Nervous dispensary. Daily, 10 to 11 a. m., repeated 
each trimester. 

II. Nervous diseases. Tuesday and Thursday, 12 m. 
to 1 p. m., repeated each trimester. 

Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh H. Young, M. D., Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary 

Surgery. 
John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 






719] Special Departments 163 

During the fourth year Professor Young and Dr. Ger- 
aghty conduct the following elective courses: 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 10 
a. m. to 12 m., for one-half trimester or alternate days 
for one whole trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. m., 
for one trimester. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 10 
a. m. to 12 m., for one trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 12 m. to 1 p. m., 
throughout the year. 

III. Pathology of the genito-urinary tract, twice 
weekly, 9 to 10 a. m. 

For courses for graduates see under department of 
Surgery. 

Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology. 

Samuel J. Crowe, M. D., Associate in Surgery in Charge of 
Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Clinics. 

John N. Mackenzie, M. D., Clinical Professor of Laryngology and 
Rhinology. 

Franklin Hazlehurst, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology and 
Rhinology. 

The work consists of the following elective courses 
offered during the fourth year: 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 
3.30 p. m., for one-half trimester or alternate days for one 
whole trimester. 



164 Medical Department [720 

II. Weekly lecture, Dr. Mackenzie, Monday, 3.30 to 
4.30 p. m., throughout the year. 

III. Weekly lecture or clinic, Dr. Crowe, Wednesday, 
3.30 to 4.30 p. m. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 
4.30 p. in., for one trimester. 

II. Weekly lectures, Monday and Wednesday, 3.30 
to 4.30 p. m., throughout the year. 

During the third year a course in laryngoscopy is given 
on Thursday from 3 to 5 p. m., throughout the third tri- 
mester, as a preparation for the work of the fourth year 
in the laryngological clinic and wards. This is a required 
course. 

An elective course in bronchoscopy and oesophago- 
scopy is offered to fourth year students during the third 
trimester, Tuesday, from 3 to 5 p. m., in the Hunterian 
Laboratory. Dr. Crowe. (Limited to ten in a group). 

Throughout the fourth year the students in the medical 
group will be required to make the routine examinations 
of nose, throat, larynx and sinuses on patients in the pub- 
lic wards. 

Dr. Eandolph will aid in the instruction in Otology. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 

William S. Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
Roades Faterweather, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
Howard E. Asiibury, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Instruction in Orthopedic Surgery is given throughout 
the fourth year by Dr. Baer, assisted by Drs. Fayer- 
weather and Ashbury. 

Obligatory Work: 



721] Special Departments 165 

I. Ward rounds, once weekly throughout the year, for 
the surgical section. 

II. Clinical instruction for sub-sections of the surgical 
group given three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and 
Saturday, from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Operative clinic, Wednesday, 10-12. 






Elective Courses 



I. A clinical lecture or recitation is given once weekly, 
throughout the entire year, on Thursdays, from 12 m. to 
1 p. m. 

II. Dispensary clinic is held on Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Lateral Curvature Course is given on Tuesday 
mornings and Saturday afternoons, equal to six hours. 

For courses for graduates see under department of 
Surgery. 

Hygiene 

William W. Ford, M. D., D. P. H., Associate Professor of Hygiene 

and Bacteriology. 
Lloyd P. Shlppen, M. D., Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 

The instruction in Hygiene consists of: 

1. Didactic lectures given to the students of the third 
year during the third trimester. These lectures are de- 
signed to cover the principal facts in the epidemiology of 
the infectious diseases, and the measures which may be 
adopted to prevent their spread. 

The water-borne diseases, such as Asiatic cholera and 
typhoid fever, the insect-borne diseases, such as malaria 
yellow fever, and typhus fever, the social diseases, such 
as tuberculosis and syphilis, and the exanthemata of 
childhood are considered in detail. 

Special lectures are also devoted to vital statistics, cli- 
mate, soil, ventilation, sewage disposal, sand filtration, 
and milk control. 



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2. Practical Hygiene. 

A laboratory course in the chemical and bacteriological 
analysis of water, milk, sewage, and disinfectants with 
instruction in the use of instruments of precision is given 
during the first or second trimester to any students who 
have completed their work in bacteriology. Weekly in- 
spections are made of Public Health Institutions in Bal- 
timore and Washington — such as the Baltimore Sewage 
Disposal Plant; The Washington Filtration Plant; The 
Walker-Gordon Dairy Farm ; the Hygienic Laboratory of 
the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service; and the 
Laboratories of the Maryland and Baltimore Departments 
of Health. 

3. Special Investigation. A limited number of stu- 
dents are taken into the laboratory for advanced work in 
Hygiene and Bacteriology. These individuals are given 
special problems to work out independently or in connec- 
tion with the instructors in the department. Special 
facilities will be offered medical graduates who desire to 
train themselves in work in Public Health. 

Medical Zoology 

Charles Wardell Stiles, Ph. D., D. Sc, Lecturer on Medical 
Zoology and Professor of Zoology to the U. S. Public Health 
and Marine Hospital Service. 

Instruction in Medical Zoology is given to students of 
the third and fourth years by Dr. Stiles. It consists of a 
course of twenty lectures on the medical relations of ani- 
mals to man (animal parasites, animals as transmitters 
of disease, poisonous snakes, etc.) ; ten lectures are given 
each year, illustrated with numerous charts, lantern 
slides, and specimens, and supplemented by practical lab- 
oratory exercises in studying both live and preserved 
parasites, examining meat for trichinosis and in the diag- 
nosis of various zooparasite diseases by microscopic 
examination of faeces. The parasites are studied from the 



723] Special Departments 167 

standpoints of zoology, practical medicine, and public 
health. 

Legal Medicine 
William W. Ford, M. D., Lecturer in Legal Medicine. 

The instruction in this department is given in the third 
year. The lectures are intended to instruct the students 
not only in the actual facts of applied medicine which 
constitutes the basis of the work of the medico-legal 
practitioner, but also in the duties of the medical expert 
witness and his relations to his client and to the court. 

The lectures deal with sexual transgressions, abortion, 
infanticide, &c, with the circumstances attendant upon 
violent death in its various forms and with injuries of all 
sorts mechanical and chemical, and with the medico-legal 
relations of insanity. 

Especial attention is directed to the methods of investi- 
gation and protocol writing in such cases, and to the tech- 
nical means by which suspected marks, stains and traces 
of all sorts may be recognized. Instruction as to the 
character of medical evidence which is useful and admissi- 
ble in court and as to its presentation, is emphasized. 

History and Literature op Medicine 

The Historical Club meets once a month throughout 
the academic year in the medical amphitheatre of the 
Hospital. Old and rare or otherwise historically inter- 
esting books are exhibited and the history of medical doc- 
trines, of epochs in medicine and of the lives and contribu- 
tions to knowledge of eminent medical men, and other 
themes pertaining to the history of medicines are consid- 
ered. Many students avail themselves of the stimulating 
and educational advantages afforded by the meetings of 
this Club. 



168 Medical Department [724 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Max Broedel, Associate Professor of Art as applied to Medicine. 

A. Courses for Medical Students. 

1.) A course of lectures to first year class one hour 
a week during the first trimester. This course is intended 
to give general instruction in the elementary principles 
of drawing and sketching as an aid to the study of 
medicine. 

2.) A short course in artistic anatomy to be given 
during the second trimester. The purpose of this course 
is to supplement the study of the cadaver in the dissecting 
room. 

3.) A course in actual drawing open to students of 
the four classes, to research workers and to members of 
the faculty for two hours twice a week throughout the 
year. This course will be limited to 12 students. The 
work will first deal with the exact study of the plastic 
representation of medical objects of all kinds. Later on 
this will lead to the study of diagrammatic drawings and 
sketches useful in taking medical histories or illustrating 
lectures with blackboard sketches. Lastly a suitable 
technique for making medical illustrations for publica- 
tion will be taught. 

4.) Kesearch workers who require pictorial represen- 
tation of their research will be taught the principles of 
making such drawings. 

B. Courses for Artists and Art Students. 

1.) Special instruction to medical illustrators who 
desire to take up advanced work in a particular branch. 
The fee will depend on the length of the course and the 
character of the instruction. Minimum fee $25.00. Such 
courses may be taken at any time during the academic 
year. 



725] Special Departments 169 

2.) A regular course for beginners. This course will 
continue during the entire day throughout the academic 
year (Oct. 1st to May 31st). Applicants who are not 
graduates of an art school must submit samples of their 
artwork. The duration of the whole course will of neces- 
sity depend on the talent of the individual, the average 
term, however, not exceeding two years. The fee is 
$100.00 a year. Drawings of especial merit may be ac- 
cepted and utilized by the Department for publication 
and as a practical test of the artist's ability. Although 
such drawings become the property of the school, the stu- 
dent will receive several printed proofs after publication. 
All drawings and sketches not so honored will remain the 
property of the student. 

The above course will be as follows: 

a.) Anatomical studies of the skeleton, muscles and 
viscera from the standpoint of the medical illustrator. 
Everything studied is sketched or drawn. 

6.) Studies of fresh material at autopsies combined 
with microscopic studies of the various tissues in health 
and disease. A number of accessory methods will be 
employed in studying fresh tissues. 

c.) Studies of hardened specimens from the various 
pathological collections combined with the study of the 
texture of the individual structures of the body. 

d.) Based on the foregoing the student is ready to 
study the pictorial representation of physical examina- 
tions, various kinds of treatment and the different steps 
in surgical operations. 

e.) Stress will be laid on the correct attitude of the 
medical illustrator toward problems in medical research 
and toward the conception of a medical illustration in 
general as an aid to the text and also as a work of art. 

/.) Parallel with and supplementing these studies will 
be instructions and demonstrations in the various tech- 
niques suitable for medical illustrations intended for 
publication. These are: 



170 Medical Department [726 

1.) Halftone drawings in crayon, etc. — Mixed tech- 
nique. 
2.) Watercolor painting. 

3.) Line drawings in pen and ink. Diagrams. 
4.) Charts for class demonstrations. 
g.) Studies of the various methods of reproduction 
from the standpoint of the illustrator. 

Special Lectures 

From time to time, as opportunity offers, short courses 
of special lectures or demonstrations upon selected topics 
are given either by specially appointed lecturers or by 
members of the teaching staff. 



SCHEDULE OF COURSES AS ARRANGED FOR THE 
SESSION OF 1912-1913 



In order to exhibit as completely as possible the details 
of the work of the Medical Department, the general sched- 
ules furnished to the students for the session of 1912-13 
are reproduced. In the fourth year special schedules for 
the medical and surgical sections are arranged by the 
heads of departments. No alterations in the arrange- 
ment of the general schedules are permitted unless 
authorized by the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty. 



171 



172 



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[728 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


First 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.t 
Anatomy, VII. 


9-12 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 
Anatomy, VI. 


Trimester. 


2-5. 
Histology. 


1.30-5f. 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 




9-12. 
Anatomy II. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-l.f 
Anatomy, VI. 


Second 
Trimester. 


2-5.t 
Neurology. 


1.30-5.f 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 

2-3.f 
Neurology 
(Lecture). 

Anatomical Studies 

on the Living.! 

Lecture. 


Third 
Trimester. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Bacteriology 

Recitation. 


9-10. 

Physiology 

Lecture. 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 




2-3. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 



Explanatory Note.— Elective courses are indicated by a dagger, all 
ot her courses are required. To enter upon the work of the 3rd year a student 
will be required to show credits for 30 units of work, including all of the obligatory 
courses, so that during the first two years each student is advised to take 5 units in 
each trimester. By a unit is meant a course of instruction (or a group of courses) 
equivalent to 5 hours of work a week for a trimester. The elective courses after 



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Schedule of Courses 



173 



MEDICAL SCHOOL 
FIRST YEAR, 1912-1013. 



Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 

Lecture Course 

in Art. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 

Organic Chemistry 

(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-1-f 

Organic Chemistry 

(Lecture). 


2-5. 
Histology. 


2-3. 
Histology 
(Lecture). 


2-5. 
Histology. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture) . 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(Lecture) . 


2-5.f 
Neurology. 


2-5.f 
Art. 




9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


9-10. 

Physiology 

Lecture. 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 

Lecture. 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 

Lecture. 



they have been selected must be completed satisfactorily, and a record will be kept 
of the results for such courses as in the case of the required work. 

Special permission must be obtained to take more than 6 units in a trimester. 

Students who are permitted to undertake investigation in any department will 
receive appropriate credit for work. 



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THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 




9-11. 


9-10. 




*Electives. 


Physiology 
(Lecture). 




11-12. 






Autopsies. 


10-1. 
Physiology (B) 


First 


12-1. 


Laboratory 


Pathology 


Physiol.-Chem. (A) 


Trimester. 


(Recitation). 


Laboratory. 




2-5. 


2-5. 




Pathology 


Physiology (B) 




Laboratory. 


Laboratory 

Physiol.-Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 




9-10. 


9-12. 




Pharmacology. 


*Electives 
Autopsies. 




10-12. 






*Electives 


12-1. 




Autopsy 


Pharmacology. 




Demonstrations 




Second 


Group I. 




Trimester. 


12-1. 

Pathology 

(Recitation). 






2-5. 


2-5. 




Pathology 


*Electives. 




Laboratory. 


1.30-5. 
Drawing.f 




9-10. 


9-10. 




Bacteriology in Relation 


Demonstration of 




to Disease 


Autopsy Material. 




Dr. Clough. 


1st half Class. 




10-12. 


10-12. 




Group II. Medical Disp. 


Group I. Medical Disp. 




Group IV. Physical Diag. 


Group III. Physical Diag. 




Groups I. and III. Prepara- 


Groups II. and IV. Prepara- 




tory Surgery. 


tory Surgery. 




12-1. 


12-1. 


Third 


Amphitheatre Clinic 


Physical Diagnosis of 


Dr. Futcher. 


Circulatory System 






Dr. Futcher. 


Trimester. 








2-3. 






Physiology in Relation 






to Medicine 






(Lecture— required) . 






3-5. 






Laboratory Demonstrations 






(Optional) 






Dr. Hirschfelder. 





Explanatory Note.— To enter upon the work of the 3rd year a student will be 
required to show credits for 30 units of work, including all the obligatory courses, so 
that during the first two years each student is advised to take 5 units in each tri- 
mester. By a unit is meant a course of instruction (or a group of courses) equivalent 
t <> 5 hours of work a week for a trimester. The elective courses after they have been 
selected must be completed satisfactorily, and a record will be kept of the results for 
such courses as in the case of the required work. 



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Schedule of Courses 



175 



MEDICAL SCHOOL 
SECOND YEAR, 1012-1913. 



Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


9-11. 


9-10. 


9-11. 


*Elective. 


Physiology 
(Lecture). 


*Electives. 


11-12. 




11-12. 


Autopsies. 


10-1. 
Physiology (B) 


Autopsies. 


12-1. 


Laboratory 


12-1. 


Demonstration of Autopsy 


Physiol.-Chem. (A) 


Demonstration of Autopsy 


Material. 


Laboratory. 


Material 


(Section). 




(Section). 


2-5. 


2-5. 


2-5. 


Pathology 


Physiology (B) 


Pathology 


Laboratory. 


Laboratory 

Physiol.-Chem. (A) 

Laboratory. 


Laboratory. 


9-10. 


9-12. 


9-10. 


Pharmacology. 


*Electives 
Autopsies. 


Pharmacology. 


10-12. 




10-11. 


*Electives. 


12-1. 


*Electives. 




Pharmacology. 


• 


10-12. 




10-12. 


Autopsy 




Autopsy 


Demonstration 




Demonstration 


Group II. 




Group III. 


2-5. 


2-5. 


2-5. 


Pathology 


*Electives. 


Pathology 


(Laboratory.) 




(Laboratory.) 


9-10. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


Oversight Lecture 


Demonstration of 


Pharmacology in Relation 


Dr. Barker. 


Autopsy Material. 


to Medicine. 




2nd half Class. 


Dr. Rowntree. 


10-12. 






Group II. Physical Diag. 


10-11. 


10-12. 


Group IV. Medical Disp. 


Surgery 


Group I. Physical Diag. 


Groups III. and I. Prepara- 


Dr. Halsted. 


Group III. Medical Disp. 


tory Surgery. 


(Lecture). 


Group IV. and II. Prepara- 
tory Surgery. 


12-1. 


11-12. 




Amphitheatre Clinic. 


Physical Diagnosis of 


12-1. 


Dr. Barker. 


Respiratory System 


Physical Diagnosis of 




Dr. Thayer. 


Abdominal Viscera. 




12-1. 






Amphitheatre Clinic 






Dr. Thayer. 




2-5. 


2-4. 


2-5. 


Regional Anatomy 


Medical 


Regional Anatomy 


Groups I. and II. 


Psychology 


Groups III. and IV. 


1st half tri. 


Dr. Meyer 


1st half tri. 


2nd half tri. 


Required. 


2nd half tri. 


(Autopsy Room). 




(Autopsy Room). 



Autopsies — according to special announcement. When material is ready, the 
Autopsies will be performed at this hour. 

*Electives or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by ar- 
rangement with the instructors : Anatomy, Physiology, Physiology in relation to 
Medicine, Experimental Pathology, Hygiene, Physiological Chemistry, Toxicology. 
Pharmacology and Preparatory Surgery. 



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THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE 



Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


Obstetrics 


Group I. — Gynecology 


Obstetrics 


(Recitation). 


1st half year. 
Group II. —Obstetrics 

1st half year. 

Group I.— Obstetrics 

2nd half year. 

Group II. — Gynecology 

2nd half year. 

Groups III and IV 

(unassigned). 

October to Christmas. 


(Recitation). 


10-12 


10-11. 


10-12. 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 


First and Second 


Group III. Surgical Disp. 


*Group II. Medical Disp. 


Trimester 


"Group IV. Medical Disp. 


Group III. Nervous Disp. 


Gynecology 


Group I. Nervous Disp. 


*Group IV. Physical Diag- 


(Recitation) 


*'Group II. Physical Diag- 


nosis. 


Third Trimester 
Gynecological Pathology. 

11-12. 

Neurology, Clinic or 

Recitation. 


nosis. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


Medical Clinic 


Surgical Clinic 


Medical Clinic. 


Dr. Futcher. 


Dr. Finney. 


Dr. Barker. 


2-3. 


2-4.30. 


2-3. 


Clinical Microscopy 


Clinical Microscopy 


Surgical Pathology 


Recitation and Demon- 


(Laboratory). 


Clinic and Demonstration. 


strations 


Oct. to March 15. 


(Three Trimesters). 


(Oct. to March 15) . 








Third Trimester. 


3-4.30 


3-4. 


1.30-5. 


Surgical Pathology 


Pharmacy 


Elective. 


(Laboratory) . 


(October to January) . 


Drawing. 


Elective 
Group Work or Special Work 


3-4. 


2-4.30. 


\ to \\ units. 


Practical Therapeutics 


Clinical Microscopy. 




Medical Amphitheatre 


Elective. 




(After January 1). 


Third Trimester. 
(2 Trimester). 




2-3. 






March 15 to June 1 


2-3. 




Hygiene and 


Third Trimester— 




Legal Medicine. 


Psycho.-Pathology 
(Required). 

3-4. 

Hygiene 

and Legal Medicine 

(Lecture) 

Required. 






Mar. 15 to June 1. 






4.30- 


4.30-5.30. 




Medicine 


Medical Zoology. 


>ups). 


(Recitation). 


Oct. to Jan. 1. 




Oct. to Jan. 1. 


Medicine 
(Recitation) 






Jan. 1 to June 1. 



urn. 
6 bo for 1 term 

2 hour:-. B wed-- for 1 y«-ar. 

mill of work during the year in these or other elective 



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Schedule of Courses 



177 



MEDICAL SCHOOL 
THIRD YEAR, 1912-1913. 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


Group III. — Gynecology 


Physical Diagnosis 


Obstetrics. 


1st half year. 


(Recitation). 


(Recitation) . 


Group IV. — Obstetrics 


Dr. Futcher. 




1st half year. 






Group III. — Obstetrics 


10-11. 




2nd half year. 


Surgery 




Group IV. — Gynecology 


(Recitation) 




2nd half year. 


Dr. Follis 




Groups I and II 


To April 1. 




(unassigned) . 






October to Christmas. 






10-12 


11-12. 


10-12. 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 


Surgical Clinic 


Group IV. Surgical Disp. 


*Group I. Medical Disp. 


Dr. Finney. 


*Group III. Medical Disp. 


Group IV. Nervous Disp. 




Group II. Nervous Disp. 


*Group III. Physical Diag- 




* Group I. Physical Diag- 


nosis. 




nosis. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


Medical Clinic 


Surgical Clinic 


Medical Clinic 


Dr. Thayer. 


(3d and 4th years) 


(3d and 4th years) 




Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Amphitheatre 




Nervous Diseases 


Dr. Barker. 




(Recitation) 






After April 1. 




2-4.30. 


Elective. 




Clinical Microscopy 






(Laboratory) 


11-5. 




October to March 15. 


Operative Surgery, in 
Groups = 1 unit. 




2-3. 


(Repeated each trimester). 




Hygiene 






and Legal Medicine 


2-4.30. 




(Lecture) 


SurgicalPathology (year) — 




Required. 


I2 unit. 




Mar. 15 to June 1. 


Obstet. Pathology 
1 Tri. — h unit. 




2-4.30. 


(Repeated first and second 




Elective. 


Trimesters) 




Clinical Microscopy 


Medicine (year = 1 unit) . 




Elective. 


(Repeated each Trimester) . 




Third Trimester. 


Practical Pharmacy 




(h Trimester) 


2nd Trimester = 5 unit. 




Medicine — £ unit. 






3-5. 






Laryngoscopy 






(Required). 






In groups 






Dr. Crowe. 







*In the third trimester Groups II and IV will go to the City Hospital, Bay View, 
on Monday and Wednesday from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M., and Groups I and III, on 
Thursday and Saturday, at the same hour. 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
SCHEDULE FOR THE FOTJ 



Medical Section . . 
Surgical Section. 
Elective Section. . 



Medical Section. 

12 M., and 2 to 4.3' 

Surgical Section. 



Medical Wards, Dispensary and Laboratories, 8.30 A. M. to 
i P. M. =6 units. 
Surgical Wards, Ward Visits, Operating Room and Labora- 
tories (entire Section), 9 A. M. to 12 M. =3 units. 
Recitation in Surgery, Friday, 9 A. M., (entire group). 
Ophthalmology (* group for h Tri.) 2-3.30 P. M.=l unit, 

leaving 1* units elective. 
Elective Courses, afternoons, 2-4.30. _____ 

12-1. LECTURES 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 


First 

Trimester. 

October 

to 

Christmas. 


(a) Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Futcher. 

(b) Diseases of Children. 

Dr. Knox. 

(c) Genito-Urinary. 

Dr. Young. 


(a) Surgical Clinic. 

Dr. Finney. 

(b) Relations of the 

Autonomic Ner- 
vous System to 
Visceral Diseases. 
Dr. Barker. 

(c) Nervous Diseases. 

Dr. Thomas. 


Clinical Pathological 

Conference. 

Drs. Thayer and 

Whipple. 


Second 

Trimester. 

January 

to 
March 15. 


(a) Dr. Futcher. 
(6) Dr. Knox. 

Acute Gastrointes- 
tinal Diseases, 
(c) Dr. Young. 

Genito-Urinary. 


(a) Dr. Finney. 
(6) Dr. Thomas, 
(c) Diseases of Children. 
Dr. Howland. 


Clinical Pathological 

Conference. 

Drs. Thayer and 

Whipple. 


Third 

Trimester. 

March 15 

to June. 


(a) Dr. Futcher. 
(6) Dr. Hamman. 

Clinic in Pulmonary 
Diseases, 
(c) Dr. Young. 


(a) Dr. Finney. 

(6) Dr. Hamburger. 

Minor Ailments, 
(c) Dr. Thomas, 
(a) Dr. Howland. 


Clinical Pathological 

Conference. 

Drs. Thayer and 

Whipple. 

Medical Ethics. 

(2 lectures). 



The courses on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are obligatory, and continue 
throughout the year. Those on other days are elective and arranged in Trimesters, 
but every student must choose one of them for each day and pursue same for entire 

Medical Zoology, Wednesday, 

Psychiatry (11 lectures). 

Subject 

ELECTIVE 



Mornings. 

Medical Research 

Surgery (Major). Dr. Halsted and Staff 

Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Dr. Bloodgood. 12 students. 

Wednesday and Friday 

Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Special Work. Dr. Bloodgood 
Gynecology, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 students, 

Drs. Kelly, Cullen and Burnam ....... 

Obstetrics, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 students. Dr. 

Williams and Staff ....". . . 

Children's Diseases (Major). 'Dr. Howland and Staff 
Children's Diseases (Minor for * Tri.). Dr. Howland and Staff . 
Genito-Urinary (Major). Dr. Young ...... 

Genito-Urinary (Minor for \ Tri.). Drs. Young and Geraghty 
Bacteriology and Pathology of G.-U. Tract. Dr. Geraghty 
Psychiatry (Major). Dr. Meyer and Staff 
Research, other departments 



daily 9-12=3 
daily 9-12=3 



8-9=* to 1 U. 
daily=* to 1* U. 

9-12=1* U. 

9-12=1* to 2* U. 

daily 9-12=3 U. 

daily 10-12=1 U. 

daily 9-12=3 U. 

daily 10-12=1 U. 

twice weekly 9-10= * U. 

9-12= * U. 

daily 9-12=3 U. 

U. 

u. 



Neurology (Minor). Dr. Thomas daily 10-11 =1 

Orthopedics (3 times weekly, 1 Trimester). Dr. Baer . . 10-12=1 

Phipps Dispensary : 

Elementary Course (1st Tri.) twice weekly, limited to 4 stu- 
dents. Drs. Wolman and Austrian ..... 10-12= 3 U. 
Drawing as Applied to Medicine. Mr. Brodel . . . Tuesday 1.30-5= * U. 

Afternoons. 
Ophthalmology (Major). Dr. Theobald, Dr. Randolph and Staff daily 2-4.30 =2£ U. 
Ophthalmology (Lecture). Dr. Theobald . . . Thursday 3.30-4.30= | U. 
Dermatology (Major). Drs. Gilchrist and Lord (limited to 10) . daily 2-4.30=2* U. 
Dermatology (Minor for * Tri.) Drs. Gilchrist and Lord . daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

All courses extend over one Tri 

Student must take 18 units during the year. 

Medicine 6 units 

Surgery 3 

Obligatory afternoon exercises (Wed., Fri. and Sat.) 1 

2 Specialties 2 

^Ophthalmology and one minor elective). 

6 Elective Units 6 " 



Unit OT Minor Course equals 66 hours, or 
8 h'.i.rs B week for 1 Trimester. 
2 hours a week for 1 year. 



18 units 



MEDICAL SCHOOL. 
RTH YEAR, 1912-1913. 



1st Trimester. 
October to Christmas. 


2nd Trimester. 
January to March 15. 


3d Trimester. 
March 15 to June. 


Group I. 
Group II. 
Group III. 


Group III. 
Group I. 
Group II. 


Group II. 
Group III. 
Group I. 



Elective Section. Elective Courses, mornings, 9-12, and afternoons 2 to 4.30. 

If Geni to-Urinary, Orthopedics, Neurology, or Children be not taken in morning 
hours, Laryngology or Dermatology must be taken for half of Tri. from 2-3.30 P. M. 
—1 unit, leaving £ unit elective from 3.30 to 4.30. 



AND CLINICS. 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


(a) Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Thayer. 
(6) Orthopedics. 

Dr. Baer. 
(c) Nervous Diseases. 
Dr. Thomas. 


Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Barker. 

Psychiatric Clinics. 

Oct. 22 to Jan. 1. 

3.30-5.30 

(Bay View.) 


(a) Dr. Thayer. 
(6) Dr. Baer. 

(c) Dr. Thomas. 

(d) Dr. Futcher. 

The Symptomatology 
and Treatment of Dis- 
eases of the Ductless 
Glands. 


Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Barker. 

Psychiatric Clinics. 

(Elective.) 

(Sheppard-Pratt Hosp. 

Bay View or Spring Grove 

Hospital.) 

3.30-5.30. 


(a) Dr. Thayer. 
(6) Dr. Baer. 
(c) Dr. Thomas. 


Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Barker. 

Psychiatric Clinics. 

(Elective.) 

3.30 to 5.30. 



Trimester. Courses may be pursued for entire year or changed each Trimester. 
Attendance on three of these elective courses for one Trimester=5 unit. 

4.30 to 5.30. First Trimester. 
Fridays 4.30 to 5.30 
to change. 

COURSES. ' 

Dermatology (Clinical Lecture). Dr. Gilchrist 

Laryngology (Major). Dr. Crowe and Staff 

Laryngology (Minor for \ Tri.) Dr. Crowe and Staff . . daily 

Laryngology (Lecture). Dr. Mackenzie (1st and 2d Tri.) Monday 

Laryngology (Lecture). Dr. Crowe . . . Wednesday 3.30-4.30 = 

Bronchoscopy and Oesophagoscopy, 3d Tri. Dr. Crowe (Hunterian 

Lab.) Tuesday 

Obstetrical Pathology. Dr. Slemons (Repeated two Tri.) Friday 
Gynecological Dispensary, Drs. Vest and Richardson, daily 2 to 4 

P. M., 1 Trimester, sections of two students each day . 
Gynecological Pathology (Repeated two Trimesters). Drs. Cullen 

and Hurdon Friday 

Gynecology (Lecture). Dr. Burnam .... Monday 
Cystoscopy, Drs. Hunner and Burnam, Tuesday, Thursday and 

Saturday, \ Trimester (limited to 3 students) .... 
Psychiatry laboratory work as arranged. 
Medical Research daily 2-4.30 



Tuesday 3.30-4.30 = 
daily 2-3.30= 
2-3.30= 
3.30-4.30= 



3-5= 
2-4.30= 



2-4.30 = 
4.30-5.30- 



'iU. 

2hU. 

*U. 

Iu. 
Iu. 

IU. 

iV. 

iu. 



2-3.30= h U. 



Research in other departments daily 

Experimental Pathology (Minor) . Dr. Whipple . twice weekly- 
Clinical Microscopy (3d Trim.). Dr. Guthrie twice weekly for h Tri. 
Phipps Dispensary : Advanced Course (3d Trimester) . Drs. Ham- 
man, Wolman and Austrian, twice weekly, Tuesday and Friday 
Infectious Diseases (Lecture). (2d Trimester). Dr. Clough twice 

weekly 

Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious Diseases (2d Tri- 
mester). Dr. Clough twice weekly 

Medical Bacteriology (Lecture) . Drs. Major and Austrian once weekly 

mester, unless otherwise stated. 

SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 
Medical Group. Wards, etc. 

Lecture or Clinic 

Surgical Group. Wards' . '. 
Lecture or Clinic 
Ophthalmology . 
Elective Work . 



2-4.30= 
2-4.30= 



10-12- 



U. 

u. 
u. 

u. 



4.30-5.30= I U. 



2-4.30= 
2-3= 



U. 
rU. 



8.30-12 

12-1 

2-4.30 

9-12 

12-1 

2-3.30 

2-4.30 

Elective Group. Elective Work 9-12 

Lecture or Clinic .... 12-1 

Elective Specialties . . . 2-4.30 
(Groups alternate each Trimester.) 



180 Medical Department [736 



ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS 



The final examination in histology is held at the end of 
the second trimester of the first year; those in bacteriology 
and physiological chemistry at the end of the third tri- 
mester of the first year. 

The final examination in. physiology (1912-13) is held 
at the end of the first trimester of the second year. 

The final examination in anatomy is held at the end of 
the second trimester of the second year. 

The final examinations in pathology and pharmacology 
(1912-13) are held at the end of the second and third 
trimesters of the second year, respectively. 

At the end of the third year final examinations are held 
in obligatory obstetrics, gynecology, nervous diseases, 
clinical microscopy and surgical pathology. 

At the end of the fourth year final examinations are 
held in medicine and surgery. 

In the elective courses and special branches the exami- 
nations are given to each section upon the completion of 
the work. 

The Medical Faculty on April 26th, 1912, adopted the 
following regulations governing examinations, to take ef- 
fect with the Class which entered the school in October, 
1911. 

(a). The records of all students in the second year 
class shall be reviewed at the end of the fifth trimester of 
work by the Committee on Instruction and Examinations 
for the first two years. Students who are reported as hav- 
ing failed in any two of the following subjects, namely: 
Anatomy (including Histology), Physiology, Physiolog- 
ical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology (including 
Bacteriology), will be required to withdraw from the 
school. Those who fail in one only of these subjects will 



737] Hospital Appointments 181 

be allowed to take a second examination not later than 
the following October. A student who fails in this second 
examination will be required to withdraw from the school. 

(&). No student will be permitted to enter upon the 
work of the fourth year until he has been reported as hav- 
ing absolved the required third year work in Gynecology, 
Physical Diagnosis, Clinical Microscopy and Neurology. 

(c). Final examinations for graduation will be held 
in Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and the Major Electives. 
The examination in Obstetrics may be absolved at the 
end of the third or during the fourth year. No student 
will be permitted to continue in the school if he fails in 
any two of these subjects, or if he fails a second time in 
Medicine or Surgery. 

Students not appearing for examination on the spec- 
ified dates will be required to pay a fee of $5.00 for a 
special examination. 

The estimation of the standing of each student is based 
both upon the general character of his work and upon the 
results of examinations. 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 



At the close of the academic year in June, fifteen mem- 
bers of the graduating class are recommended to the 
Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for appoint- 
ment as House Officers to serve for one year from the 
following first of September. The recommendations for 
these appointments are made at the end of the first 
trimester of the fourth year and are based upon the 
records of standing in all required subjects, upon evi- 
dences of special ability as shown by elective or research 
work and upon considerations of personal fitness. These 
appointees reside in the Hospital and become officers upon 
the house-staff. By action of the Board of Trustees of 
the Hospital only unmarried graduates are eligible to 



182 Medical Department [738 

these appointments. In each hospital service to which 
such internes are assigned, one appointment may be 
exempted from this arrangement, the appointee being 
selected by the responsible head of the service from 
graduates of this or other schools. 

A certain number of externe appointments are offered 
to members of each graduating class. These appointees 
have the privilege of working in the dispensary. They 
may assist in the teaching, and may pursue advanced 
work and original research in the various laboratories 
without charge. 

The appointments of the resident physician, surgeon, 
gynecologist and obstetrician of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital are permanent ones. The first and second resident 
assistantships under these are annual appointments, sub- 
ject to Renewal. 

REttUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 



The degree of Doctor of Medicine is conferred upon 
those who, after fulfilling all the requirements for admis- 
sion, have completed satisfactorily a four years' course of 
study in the Medical School of this University. (See 
General Plan of Instruction, page 115.) 

Students who have been admitted to advanced standing 
must spend at least the final year in this University. They 
must fulfill all of our requirements for admission, must 
present evidence of the necessary years of medical regis- 
tration, and must satisfy our instructors that they have 
completed satisfactorily in an acceptable medical school 
such required branches of instruction as they have not 
taken in this University. 

The degrees are publicly conferred by the Johns Hop- 
kins University at the commencement on the second Tues- 
day of June, or on Commemoration Day, February the 
twenty-second. 



739] Charges for Tuition 183 

CHARGES FOR TUITION 



The charge for tuition is two hundred dollars per 
annum, payable at the Treasurer's Office or at the office 
of the Dean of the Medical School, in three installments, 
October, January and March 15. There are no extra 
charges for matriculation, for graduation, for instruction 
in any department, or for laboratory courses, except in 
special cases for material consumed. To a student who 
does not possess a microscope, there is an annual charge 
of five dollars for the use of one, with an additional charge 
of two dollars for the use of an oil-immersion lens. One 
dollar is charged for the rental of a dissecting microscope 
for one year. The student is responsible for damage to 
the microscope thus rented. A deposit of ten dollars of 
caution money is required from each student at the time 
of his enrollment. The caution money is repaid to the 
student when he leaves, if there are no charges against 
him. Special charges are made for breakage and for 
damage to apparatus. 

Payment of bills may be made at the office of the 
Eegistrar in the Medical School Building, which is open 
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., or at the office of the Treasurer of 
the University, on North Howard Street, which is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 



APPENDIX 



I 

ENDOWMENT 

The founder of the Johns Hopkins University, in devoting his 
large fortune to the establishment of the University and the 
Hospital, had in view the organization of a school of medicine. 
In his letter addressed to the Trustees of the Hospital, dated 
March 10, 1873, these significant words occur: 

"It will be your especial duty to secure, for the service of the 
Hospital, surgeons and physicians of the highest character and 
greatest skill. ... In all your arrangements in relation to 
this Hospital, you will bear constantly in mind that it is my wish 
and purpose that the institution shall ultimately form a part of 
the Medical School of the University for which I have made 
ample provision in my will." 

When the University was opened in 1876, arrangements were 
made for instruction in those sciences such as physics, chemistry, . 
and biology, which lead up naturally to the professional study of 
medicine. In 1884 the professorship of pathology was filled and 
the pathological laboratory was opened. In 1899 the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital was opened, and the physician, surgeon, and gyne- 
cologist in chief to the Hospital were appointed to the professor- 
ships, respectively, of medicine, surgery, and gynecology and 
obstetrics. At the same time the professor of psychiatry was 
appointed. Opportunities for instruction were afforded to gradu- 
ates in medicine. Ampler endowment, however, was needed to 
complete the organization of a medical department. 

Gifts amounting to $111,731.68, most of which were offered to 
this University in October, 1890, by a committee of women, and an 
additional gift of $306,977, offered to the University in December, 
1892, in addition to her previous subscriptions, by Miss Mary 
Elizabeth Garrett, made up, with other available resources, the 
amount of $500,000, which had been agreed upon by the Trustees 
as the minimum sum to be secured for the opening of the Medi- 
cal Department. These generous contributions were made upon 
condition that women be received upon the same terms as men. 

This endowment, added to the vailable resources of the Johns 
Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, enabled the 
Trustees to complete the organization of the Medical Department 
and to open it for instruction in 1893. 

184 



741] Appendix 185 

II 
THE WOMEN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL FUND 

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University, Octo- 
ber 28, 1890, the following letter was presented: 

"The committee formed for the purpose of raising a fund to pro- 
cure the most advanced medical education for women, can now 
place at your disposal the sum of one hundred thousand dollars 
for the use of your Medical School, if you will, by resolution, 
agree that women whose previous training has been equivalent to 
your preliminary medical course, shall be admitted to the school, 
when it shall open, upon the same terms which may be prescribed 
for men. There can be no doubt that women ought to be trained 
to act as nurses for sick women. There is as little doubt that a 
sufficient number of women ought to be educated and trained in 
such manner as to be fully able to care for sick women who may 
wish or ought to be treated by women. We have devoted our- 
selves to the furtherance of this object. We have reason to hope 
that a university which proposes to found a medical school 
intended to teach advanced methods in the treatment of those 
diseases which afflict mankind, will not refuse to women the 
opportunity of learning such methods. There is now a general 
interest in our movement. In order that this interest may be 
sustained, we ask you to consider our offer at the earliest pos- 
sible period. 

Nancy Morris Davis, 
Chairman of the Baltimore Committee. 19 

The following minute was adopted by the Trustees: 

The President and Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University have received from Mrs. Nancy Morris Davis, chair- 
man of one of the committees formed for the purpose of raising 
a fund to procure the most advanced medical education for 
women, the gratifying intelligence that $100,000 has been raised 
for the use of their intended Medical School, and is at their dis- 
posal, if they will, by resolution, agree to the terms upon which 
the money was contributed by its donors. 

The terms are that this Board, if it accepts the funds thus 
raised, shall agree, by resolution, that, when its Medical School 
shall be opened, women whose training has been equivalent to the 
preliminary medical course prescribed for men, shall be admitted 
in such school upon the same terms as may be prescribed for 
men. 

The offer to this University of the particular fund is the free, 
voluntary act of women residing in this State and in other 



186 Medical Department [742 

States, made without the suggestion or solicitation of this Board, 
and we accept it under and subject to the terms which are made 
a part of the gift, with the understanding and declaration, how- 
ever, that such preliminary training in all its parts be obtained 
in some other institution of learning devoted, in whole or in part, 
to the education of women, or by private tuition. 

The fund so contributed shall be invested and known as "The 
Women's Medical School Fund," and that fund, and all interest 
to accrue thereon and all additions made thereto for the same 
purpose, shall remain invested for the purpose of increase only 
until, with its aid as a foundation, a general fund has been accu- 
mulated amounting to not less than $500,000, and sufficient for the 
establishment and maintenance of a Medical School worthy of the 
reputation of this University, and fully sufficient as a means of 
complete medical education. Then, and not until then, will a 
Medical School be opened by this University; and then, and not 
until then, will the gift now offered be used by this University; 
and then, and not until then, will the terms attached thereto be 
operative. 

The utility of a training school for women nurses has been 
demonstrated by the experience and practice of the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, and by the necessities of home life among our 
people. 

This Board is satisfied that in hospital practice among women, 
in penal institutions in which women are prisoners, in charitable 
institutions in which women are cared for, and in private life, 
when women are to be attended, there are a need and place for 
learned and capable women physicians; and that it is the busi- 
ness and duty of this Board, when it is supplied with the neces- 
sary means for opening its proposed Medical School, to make 
provision for the training and full qualification of such women 
for the abundant work which awaits them in these wide fields of 
usefulness. 

Nothing contained in this minute shall be construed as abridg- 
ing, in any manner, the right of the Board of Trustees of the 
Johns Hopkins University to make such rules and regulations as 
they may deem necessary for the government of its School of 
Medicine, when it is organized; and in making such rules and 
regulations, the terms of this minute shall always be respected 
and observed. 



743] Appendix 187 

III 
THE MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT FUND* 

TERMS OF THE GIFT, AS ACCEPTED BY THE TRUSTEES, 
FEBRUARY 21, 1893. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Garrett, in order to make up the sum of 
$500,000, which the Board of Trustees required should be secured 
as an endowment before the Medical School of the University was 
opened, has contributed to that fund the sum of $306,977 upon the 
following terms, which have been agreed to by the University: 

1. That women shall enjoy all the advantages of the Medical 
School of the Johns Hopkins University on the same terms as 
men, and shall be admitted on the same terms as men to all the 
prizes, dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, 
examination, or regarded as rewards of merit. 

2. That not more than $50,000 of the original endowment of 
$500,000 shall be expended on a building or buildings; and that 
in memory of the contributions of the Committees of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, this building, if there be but one, or the 
chief building, if there be more than one, shall be known as the 
Women's Fund Memorial Building. 

3. That the Medical School of the University shall be exclu- 
sively a graduate school as hereinafter explained, that is to say: 
That the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins University shall 
form an integral part of the Johns Hopkins University, and, like 
other departments of the University, shall be under the manage- 
ment and control of the Trustees of the said University, that it 
shall provide a four years' course, leading to the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine; that there shall be admitted to the school those 
students only who, by examination or by other tests equally satis- 
factory to the Faculty of the Medical School (no distinction being 
made in these tests or examinations between men and women), 
have proved that they have completed the studies included in the 
Preliminary Medical Course (Group Three, Chemical-Biological 
Course) as laid down in the University Register (but this condi- 
tion is not meant to restrict the Trustees from receiving as 
hearers, but not as candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medi- 
cine, those who have received the degree of Doctor of Medicine, 
or its equivalent, in some school of good repute); and that the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University 
shall be given to no Doctors of Medicine who have not proved by 



*So designated by the Trustees, December 24, 1902. 



188 Medical Department [744 

examination or by other tests equally satisfactory to the Faculty 
of the Medical School that they have completed the studies in- 
cluded in the Preliminary Courses, besides completing the course 
of instruction of the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 

The aforegoing provision shall not be construed as restricting 
the liberty of the University to make such changes in the require- 
ments for the admission to the Medical School of the Johns Hop- 
kins University or to accept such equivalents for the studies 
required for admission to this school as shall not lower the stand- 
ard of admission specified in this clause; provided that the 
requirements in modern languages other than English shall not 
be diminished, and provided also that the requirements in non- 
medical scientific studies shall include at least as much knowl- 
edge of natural science as is imparted in the three minor courses 
in science now laid down in its university register, the subjects 
and arrangements of these scientific studies being subject to such 
modifications as may from time to time seem wise to its Board 
and to the Faculty of the Medical School, but being at all times 
the same for all candidates for admission. (For such require- 
ments always see University Register.) 

4. That the terms of this gift and the resolutions of October 
28, 1890, by which the Trustees accepted the gift of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, shall be printed each year in whatever 
annual calendars may be issued announcing the courses of the 
Medical School. (See appended resolutions.) 

5. That there shall be created a committee of six women to 
whom the women studying in the Medical School may apply for 
advice concerning lodging and other practical matters, and that 
all questions concerning the personal character of women apply- 
ing for admission to the School, and all non-academic questions 
of discipline affecting the women studying in the Medical School 
shall be referred to this committee, and by them be in writing 
reported for action to the authorities of the University; that the 
members of this committee shall be members for life; that the 
committee, when once formed shall be self-nominating, its nomi- 
nations of new members to fill such vacancies as may occur being 
subject always to the approval of the Board of Trustees of the 
University. 

6. That in the event of any violation of any or all of the afore- 
said stipulations, the said sum of $306,977 shall revert to her, or 
such person or persons, institution or institutions, as she by testa- 
ment or otherwise may hereafter appoint. 

It will be observed that by the tenor of the aforegoing terms no 
university course will be in any way modified by any conditions 



745] Appendix 189 

attached to her gift. These conditions relate exclusively to prep- 
aration for the Medical School, and have received, in the shape 
in which they are now presented, the unanimous approval of the 
Medical Faculty of the University. 

The terms of admission to the Medical School of the Univer- 
sity, as formulated and interpreted by the Medical Faculty of the 
University, February 4, 1893, and here subjoined, are therefore in 
entire accordance with the terms of her gift. 

(Signed) Mary E. Garrett. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED 

BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. 

A course of four years' instruction will be provided leading to 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

To this course there will be admitted as candidates for the 
degree: 

1. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chemical- 
Biological Course which leads to the A. B. degree in the Uni- 
versity. 

2. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools who can 
furnish evidence: (a) That they have a good reading knowledge 
of French and German; (&) That they have such knowledge of 
physics, chemistry and biology as is imparted by the regular 
minor courses given in these subjects in this University. 

3. Those who give evidence by examination that they possess 
the general education implied by a degree in arts or in science 
from an approved college or scientific school, and the knowledge 
of French, German, physics, chemistry and biology already indi- 
cated. 

By approved colleges and scientific schools are meant those 
whose standard for graduation shall be considered by this Uni- 
versity as essentially equivalent to its standard for graduation in 
the undergraduate department. 

It is to be understood that at least one year's study in the 
Chemical and Biological Sciences in their immediate relation to 
medicine shall be required from students after their entrance to 
the Medical School. 



190 Medical Department [746 

women's committee of medical school 

miss mary e. garrett, 
mrs. alfred hodier, 
mrs. william h. howell, 
mrs. henry m. hurd, 
mrs. howard a. kelly, 
miss m. carey thomas. 

Their duties are stated in paragraph 5 of the letter printed 
above. 



IV 

THE BAXLEY MEDICAL PROFESSORSHIP 

By the will of Dr. Henry Willis Baxley, of Baltimore, who died 
March 13, 1876, a sum of money, amounting to $23,836.52, was 
received by the Trustees of the University to endow any medical 
professorship that they might think proper. This fund was kept 
intact, and was invested by the Trustees with the purpose of 
allowing it to accumulate until it had reached a sum more ade- 
quate to carrying out the desire of the founder. In March, 1901, 
upon the request of the President and the Medical Faculty, the 
Board of Trustees of the University directed that this fund shall 
be set apart to endow the Professorship of Pathology in the Uni- 
versity, which shall hereafter be known as the Baxley Professor- 
ship of Pathology. 



THE HERTER LECTURESHIP 

In November, 1902, Dr. and Mrs. Christian A. Herter, of New 
York, offered to the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins 
University the sum of $25,000 "for the formation of a memorial 
lectureship designed to promote a more intimate knowledge of 
the researches of foreign investigators in the realm of medical 
science." This gift was accepted by the Trustees of the Uni- 
versity November 3, 1902. According to the terms of the gift, 
some eminent worker in Physiology or Pathology is to be asked 
each year to deliver a lecture at the Johns Hopkins University 
upon a subject with which he has been identified. The selection 
of a lecturer is to be left to a committee representing the depart- 
ments of pathology, physiological chemistry and clinical medicine, 



717] Appendix 191 

and if "in the judgment of the committee it should ultimately 
appear desirable to open the proposed lectureship to leaders in 
medical research in this country there should be no bar to so 
doing." The committee named for this purpose consists of Drs. 
Welch, Abel and Barker. 

LECTURERS ON THIS FOUNDATION 

Professor Paul von Ehrlich, of Frankfort. 

Professor Hans H. Meyer, of Vienna. 

Professor Almroth E. Wright, of London. 

Professor Edward A. Shafer, of Edinburgh. 

Professor Hans Chiari. 

Professor Albrecht Kossel, of Heidelberg. 

Professor George F. Nuttall, of Cambridge, England. 



VI 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

The intimate connection between the Medical School and the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital renders it proper to mention the facili- 
ties of the Hospital as an important adjunct to the endowment of 
the Medical School. By the letter of instruction of the founder, 
it was provided that the Johns Hopkins Hospital should furnish 
clinical facilities for the Medical School. In the purchase of the 
site of the Hospital, the location and arrangement of buildings, 
the construction of the apparatus for heating and ventilation and 
all other hygienic appliances, the purpose of medical instruction 
was constantly borne in mind. The original buildings and grounds 
of the Hospital have cost upwards of two millions of dollars, and 
the annual expenditure for maintenance exceeds two hundred 
thousand dollars. Upon the hospital grounds, not including the 
Harriet Lane Home and Phipps' Psychiatric Clinic, have been 
erected twenty buildings, which furnish ample facilities for the 
accommodation of 350 in-patients and many thousand out-patients. 
These buildings also provide class-rooms in connection with the 
out-patient department, a large clinical laboratory, a surgical 
building with rooms for the study of surgical pathology and five 
operating rooms, clinic rooms, several lecture rooms, a clinical 
amphitheatre and an autopsy amphitheatre, all equipped with 
ample apparatus for the instruction of students. The adminis- 
tration building furnishes accommodation for a medical staff of 
forty persons. It also has a large library and reading rooms. 



192 Medical Department [748 

VII 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE CLINICAL LABORATORY 

A similar endowment, which benefits the Medical School through 
the Hospital, has been a fund of $10,000 to build and equip a clin- 
ical laboratory upon the Hospital grounds for the use of Medical 
students. This laboratory permits each student in the third and 
fourth years to have a place for clinical work, including micro- 
scopes and reagents, the use of a dark room, access to a polari- 
scope and other instruments. It also contains rooms for special 
study and research. 



VIII 

THE FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

This endowment for the study of tuberculosis has been placed 
in the hands of the Hospital Trustees for the study of the con- 
ditions of tubercular disease in Baltimore. Through the funds 
afforded it has been practicable to employ a medical graduate to 
follow cases of tuberculosis and to watch the effects of methods 
of treatment; also to secure the services of medical students and 
nurses to visit the homes of tubercular patients and to give in- 
struction as to the better care of the victims of the disease. By 
means of this fund facilities are further afforded to students to 
study tubercular cases that come to the out-patient department 
of the Hospital. 



IX 

THE PHIPPS FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps, a fund of $20,000 
has been given to the Hospital for the special study of cases of 
tuberculosis in connection with the out-patient department. This 
fund has enabled the Hospital to erect a separate building which 
provides separate accommodations for tubercular patients who 
come to the dispensary. Rooms are also arranged for examina- 
tion and treatment, for a library of works on tuberculosis, and 
for the laboratory study of special forms of the disease. The 
facilities thus afforded for the out-patient department give une- 
qualed opportunities for the study of all forms of tuberculosis. 



749] Appendix 193 

X 

THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 

In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, June 
12, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps, of New York, offered the funds neces- 
sary for the erection of a psychiatric hospital, on the grounds of 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to accommodate about eighty patients 
and to contain the necessary laboratory equipment, hydro-thera- 
peutic apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment. He 
offered, moreover, to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, additional funds for the establishment of a department 
of psychiatry for a period of ten years from the opening of the 
clinic. This generous offer was accepted by the Trustees of the 
University and Hospital, and, after conference, the respective 
Boards elected Dr. Adolf Meyer, Professor of Psychiatry on the 
part of the University, and Director of the Clinic on the part of 
the Hospital. The new hospital building and laboratory will be 
opened during the year 1912-13. 



XI 

THE HARRIET LANE HOME FOR INVALID CHILDREN 

By her last will, Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, of Washington, 
D. C, left the sum of about $400,000 to establish in Baltimore The 
Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children as a memorial of two 
sons who had died in childhood. In order to give this Home the 
largest usefulness, the Trustees decided to erect it upon the 
grounds of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and to open its wards for 
the instruction of nurses and physicians in the care and treat- 
ment of the diseases of children. The building, which will ac- 
commodate about 100 children, is now completed and will be 
opened during the year 1912-13. It will afford unusual facilities 
for the study of all diseases of children, including those of an 
infectious nature. 



THE JOSEPH KERNOCHAN GARR SCHOLARSHIP 

Through the kindness of Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, of Baltimore, 
the Medical Faculty is authorized to provide a scholarship 
amounting to $100 a year to aid a deserving student. The schol- 
arship is to be known as "The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholar- 
ship. ,, 



194 Medical Department [750 

XIII 

HOPKINS SCHOLARSHIPS 

Six Hopkins Scholarships are annually open to students from 
Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia. These scholarships 
grant free tuition for one year. Three are given to fourth-year 
students, two to third-year students and one to second-year 
students. Applications should be addressed to the Dean of the 
Medical School not later than May 1, in accordance with a pre- 
scribed form. In addition to these six scholarships, any of the 
thirty Hopkins Scholarships offered to graduate students in the 
department of philosophy that are not required for such students 
may be awarded to students of medicine. 



PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTORS AND GRADUATES 

OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICAL SCHOOL 

FOR THE YEAR 1911-1912 

(June 1, 1911— August 1, 1912) 



John J. Abel. On the action of drugs and the function of the 
anterior lymph hearts in cardiectomized frogs. — Journal of 
Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1912, III, 581. 

and D. I. Macht. Two crystalline pharmacological agents 

obtained from the tropical toad, Bufo agua. — Ibid., 1912, III, 
319. 

and L. G. Rowntree. Further data relating to the use of 

certain antimonial compounds in the treatment of experi- 
mental trypanosomiasis. — Ibid., 1911, II, 501. 

Henry Adsit. Malignant tumors of the kidney. — New York State 
Journal of Medicine, July, 1911. 

Joseph Akerman. The control of the recent outbreak of small- 
pox in Wilmington, N. C. — Transactions of the North Caro- 
lina State Society, 1912. 

Samuel Amberg and J. H. M. Knox, Jr. The influence of sodium 
iodoxybenzoate and sodium cyanide upon an allergic reaction 
of inflammatory character. — Journal of Pharmacology and 
Experimental Therapeutics, 1912, III, 223. 

and M. C. Winternitz. The catalase of sea urchin eggs be- 
fore and after fertilization with special reference to the re- 
lation of catalase to oxidation in general. — Journal of Bio- 
logical Chemistry, 1912, X, 295. 

David B. Anderson, J. H. King, B. S. Chaffee and L. H. Rede- 
lings. Studies in glycosuria. I. Ether glycosuria. — The 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, XXII, 388. 

John Auer. The effect of salvarsan upon the heart in dogs. — 
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1911, XIV, 248. 

Lethal cardiac anaphylaxis in the rabbit. Fourth communi- 
cation.— Ibid., 1911, XIV, 476. 

A note on salvarsan and acute anaphylaxis. — Ibid., 1911, 

XIV, 497. 

and S. J. Meltzer. The status of respiration in the methods 

of differential pressure compared with that under the 
method of intratracheal insufflation.— Ibid., 1911, XIV, 569. 

- — Anaphylaxie und Atropin. — Zeitschrift fur Immunitdts- 
forschung, Originale, 1912, XII, 235. 

195 



196 Medical Department [752 

The action of the digitalis group upon the heart and its 

similarity to cardiac anaphylaxis. — American Journal of 
Physiology, 1912, XXIX, Proceedings of the American Physi- 
ological Society, p. XVI. 

The effect of the digitalis group, including anaphylaxis, 

upon some skeletal muscles in rabbits, especially with re- 
gard to rigor. — Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental 
Therapeutics, 1912, III, 464. 

and S. J. Meltzer. A characteristic course of the rise in 

blood pressure caused by an intraspinal injection of adren- 
alin. — Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology 
and Medicine, 1912, IX, 79. 

Charles R. Austrian. Hyperleucocytosis of high grade in bron- 
cho-pneumonia in a child. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1911, XXII, 296. 

The ophthalmoreaction in typhoid fever. — Ibid., 1912, 

XXIII, 1. 

The production of passive hypersensitiveness to tuberculin. 

A preliminary report. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 
1912, XV, 149, 

Frederick Henry Baetjer. X-ray diagnosis of pulmonary tuber- 
culosis. — Proceedings of the National Association of Tuber- 
culosis, 1912. 

F. W. Bancroft. Chronic Appendicitis with symptoms resem- 
bling gastric ulcer. — Colorado Medicine, February, 1912. 

Henry Gray Barbour. Nitrogen and fat metabolism and other 
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